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Mattia, Josephine
Josephine Mattia hails from Stone Mountain, Georgia. Her previous work has also been featured in 50 Haikus and Haiku Journal.
May, Nancy
Nancy May is new to writing Haiku. She is eager in expanding her English knowledge. She currently volunteers in the charity sector and lives in the UK.
McBride, Lauren
Dear Editors: I am delighted to have found your publication on Duotrope’s Digest. I will be submitting a total of three poems to you this issue. My bio follows: Lauren McBride draws inspiration for her writing from faith, nature, molecular biology (former researcher) and membership in the SFPA. She shares a love of laughter, science and the ocean with her husband and two children. Her haiku, senryu and scifaiku have appeared or are forthcoming in The Aurorean, The Magazine of Speculativ
McCann, Janet
McCarthy, John
John McCarthy is the Assistant Editor at Quiddity International Literary Journal and Public-Radio Program. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Conium Review, Burner Magazine, Buddhist Poetry Review, and Ghost Ocean Magazine (Wave Series), among others.
McCool, Michael
none at this time.
McCormac, Philip
I see I am allowed to submit 3 poems do I do this in the one submission?
McFadden, James
James McFadden is going to write again and is so broke he can hardly afford to pay attention.
Mcgavock, Ie
ie mcgavock hails from Ireland and salutes the pacific
McGreevey, Jennifer
Thank you for the feedback last time!
McLafferty, Tim
Dear Editor, Please consider my three line poem for publication. In keeping with the minimalist theme here, I will end now, a short bio is included below. Best Wishes, Tim McLafferty Tim McLafferty lives in NYC. A professional drummer, he’s played in Urinetown, Grey Gardens, and lots of other groovy places. timmclafferty.com
McLoughlin, Mary
McManes, Robert
R.D. McManes is the author of seven poetry books. Mr. McManes has had over 450 poems featured in numerous worldwide publications, including Prairie Poetry, Writer’s Hood, Scrivener’s Pen, Mipo Magazine, The Heron’s Nest, Poems Niederngasse, Newtopia, Lochraven Review, Muddy River Review, Commonline Journal, and Barefooot Review. He has been a featured speaker and conducted poetry workshops and copyright presentations for the Kansas Author’s Club. He currently resides in Topeka, Kansas.
McMullen, Rachel
Rachel L. McMullen is a teacher, freelance writer, editor, and poet. She has served as Chief Editorial Assistant for the Human Organization Journal of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Poetry Editor for Oracle Fine Arts Review, and Assistant Editor for Negative Capability Press. She was the recipient of 2013/2014 Steve and Angelia Stokes Graduate Poetry Award and her work can be found in various online outlets and archives, including Oracle 2014, Eunoia Review, and Unbroken. Rachel is the Co
McNabb, Fiona
Fiona McNabb is an avid lover of tea, trees, and treetop tea parties. She is currently working on a chapbook inspired by her muse, the angel of alliteration. You can find bits of Fiona’s mind on her blog: http://thedoorkeeper.tumblr.com/

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