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Hodil, Jack
Jack Hodil is an English major and Creative Writing minor at the University of Richmond. His fingers are perpetually crossed, so he (usually) writes with his toes. In the past year, his poems have appeared in Word Riot, Camroc Press Review, Pure Francis, Right Hand Pointing, Quantum Poetry Magazine, and many other lovely places.
Hoefler, Matthias
Matthias Hoefler has published in Alien Skin, the Vision ezine, Bewildering Stories, and Christian Perspectives. He is lord of the manse in his small town Ohio apartment unless the cat’s awake. Or if his girlfriend’s there. He can make her laugh so hard she snorts, and sometimes, that’s all he needs.
Hofke, Linda
Linda Hofke, a native Pennsylvanian, lives in Germany where she writes, takes photographs and puts her lead foot to use on the Autobahn. Her most recent work has been featured online in MiCrow, Bolts of Silk, Jellyfish Whispers, The Fib Review as well as various print markets and anthologies. She blogs at http://lind-guistics.blogspot.de and http://lindas-life-otos.blogspot.de.
Hogan, Julia
Julia Hogan studies marine science at the University of South Carolina's Honors College. Her work can be found in Poetry Quarterly, Cleaver Magazine, as well as others.
Holcombe, Kimberly
Kimberly Holcombe is from North Charleston, SC. She is earning her Master of Arts in Writing at Coastal Carolina University, where she currently works as a design editor on the Waccamaw. Her works have appeared in 101 Words and Archarios, where she won 3rd Place in Best of Show for Literature.
Holden, Angi
Holden, Craig Thomas
Holm, Willa
Holmes, Ryn
Award-winning poet and photographer, Ryn Holmes originated from California (Southern and Northern) and now resides along the Gulf Coast of Florida as a partner in K & K Manuscript Editing and co-editor of Panoply, a literary ezine. Over the years, her photos and poems have appeared in a variety of journals.
Holmes, Tom
Tom Holmes is the editor of Redactions: Poetry & Poetics. He is also author of After Malagueña (FootHills Publishing, 2005), Negative Time (Pudding House, 2007), Pre-Dew Poems (FootHills Publishing, 2008), Henri, Sophie, & the Hieratic Head of Ezra Pound: Poems Blasted from the Vortex (BlazeVOX Books, 2009), The Oldest Stone in the World (Amsterdam Press, 2011), and Poetry Assignments: The Book (Sage Hill Press, forthcoming 2011). He has thrice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His work has
Holt, Jae
Jae Holt is a writer inspired by reading, excited about literacy, and nostalgic for a long-lost island life. She writes for fun and for a living and is the author of "Circles," a story born from reading "Dante's Inferno" in high school. She enjoys sharing stories, so share with her at JaeHolt.blogspot.com.
Hope, Yuri
Horn, Chad
Kentucky poet
Hosling, Jackie
Jackie writes short and sweet with a twist. Mostly for children, sometimes for adults but always for fun. She's a Nigerian born, Cornish Australian and her first picture book, The Croc and the Platypus was published last year by Walker Books. Her blogs are https://jackiehoskingpio.wordpress.com/ and https://jackiehoskingblog.wordpress.com/
Hotaling, Scott





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