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Mlodzik, Caitlyn
Caitlyn N. Mlodzik is a senior at The Vanguard School in Colorado where she leads a group of aspiring young writers called Poet Society. She has had six poems published, and awards for three other poems in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. Her work can be found in Inwood Indiana Press, The Pinyon Review, The American Library of Poetry, Save the Earth Poems, and Thurston Howl Publications. Caitlyn enjoys writing poetry in many different styles and on many different topics, and she striv
Moeller, Rosemary Dunn
Rosemary Dunn Moeller has had poems published in Aurorean, Avocet, Whitefish Review, Mobius, Rockhurst Review and many others. She farms with her husband in the Dakotas and writes to preserve present moments.
Momen, Rayna
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Rayna Momen is a poet and activist currently residing in Morgantown, WV. She is a member of Morgantown Poets, the Morgantown Writers Group and West Virginia Writers, Inc.
Montag, Tom
Tom Montag is most recently the author of In This Place: Selected Poems 1982-2013. He is a contributing writer at Verse-Virtual and in 2015 was the featured poet at Atticus Review (April) and Contemporary American Voices (August). Other poems are found at Hamilton Stone Review, The Homestead Review, Little Patuxent Review, Mud Season Review, Poetry Quarterly, Provo Canyon Review, Third Wednesday, and elsewhere.
Montgomery , Jennifer
Jennifer Y. Montgomery is a poet, visual artist, pie baker, and attorney who lives in Connecticut with her daughter. She was raised in North Dakota, but believes she has no discernible accent. She hates cake and is very fond of pie. Her poetry has appeared in Poetry Quarterly, Haiku Journal, Three Line Poetry, Failed Haiku, Leaves of Ink, and Red Weather. She can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/MsThorntonsPoetry.
Moore, Brock Marie
Brock Marie Moore lives with her dog in a tiny house filled with plastic ponies, action figures, stacks of comic books, and far too many plaid skirts. While working toward her MLS, she writes poetry and short stories. Visit her online at http://brockmarie.net
Moore, Jennifer
Jennifer Moore's poetry and short fiction has appeared in numerous publications on both sides of the Atlantic, including 'The Guardian', 'Mslexia', 'The First Line', 'Other Poetry', 'South' and 'Short Fiction'. She is a previous winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Competition and the 2015 Hart Crane Memorial Poetry Contest, and has published two children's chapter books in the US with Knowonder, writing as Jaye Seymour. She lives in Devon, England.
Moore, M. Elaine
The title of the poem is Emancipated. M. Elaine Moore is a fiction writer and poet. She has written one novel and is at work on another. Her work can be seen at Foliate Oak Literary Journal, Four and Twenty Poetry, Fifty-Word Stories, The Camel Saloon, the Island Breeze, and shortly at Appollo's Lyre.
Morris, Sabina
Sabina Morris is an undergraduate student at Mount Holyoke College.
Motaib, Safiyyah
there is no greater pleasure than turning pain into words
Mottram, Darla
Mueller, Leah
Leah Mueller is an independent writer from Tacoma, Washington. She is the author of one chapbook, “Queen of Dorksville” (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2012), and two full-length books, “Allergic to Everything” (Writing Knights Press, 2015) and “The Underside of the Snake” (Red Ferret Press, 2015). Leah is a graduate of Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. Her work has either been published or is forthcoming in Blunderbuss, 2 Leaf Press, Origins Journal, Talking Soup, Silver Birch Press, Semaphore
Mullan, DL
DL Mullan is an artist, poet, speaker, and writer. Expand your reality, visit her at dlm-studios.com.
Mullan, DL
Artist, Poet, and Writer, DL Mullan was a fixture in the Southwest region’s art show and lecture scene before becoming disabled by Environmental Illness. Determined to return to the arena she loves, Ms. Mullan continues to impress with her innate talents and abilities. The author is currently writing and editing books for publication. Please visit her at www.undawnted.com.
Mullen, Rene
Rene Mullen is a copy editor for a public relations firm in Albuquerque. His fiction has been featured in Black Mirror Magazine, 94 Creations, and Peachfish Magazine. He also has poetry published in the Bear the Pall: Stories & Poems about the Loss of a Parent anthology and in 50 Haikus.





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