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Muller, Eric
Eric G. Müller is a musician, teacher and writer. He has written two novels, Rites of Rock (Adonis Press 2005) and Meet Me at the Met (Plain View Press, 2010), as well as a collection of poetry, Coffee on the Piano for You (Adonis Press, 2008). Articles, short stories and poetry have appeared in various journals and magazines. www.ericgmuller.com
Muranaka, Daryl
Daryl Muranaka was raised in California and Hawaii. He received his MFA from Eastern Washington University and spent three years in Fukui, Japan in the JET Program. He lives in Boston with his family. In his spare time, he enjoys aikido and taijiquan and exploring his children’s dual heritages. He has one book and one chapbook.
Murdock, Franklin
F. Charles Murdock has been quite busy on his latest project, beardtheimmortal.com (but not too busy to churn out some lovely three line poems!).
Murphy, Christina
Thank you for the opportunity to submit this senryu poem. Here is my bio note: Christina Murphy's poems appear in a number of journals including Splash of Red and Blue Fifth Review.
Murphy, Mickey
Then and Now.
Myers, Spencer
Nardolilli, Benjamin
A little bit about myself, I am a writer currently living in Arlington, Virginia. My work has appeared in Perigee Magazine, Red Fez, One Ghana One Voice, Caper Literary Journal, Quail Bell Magazine, Elimae, Poems Niederngasse, Anemone Sidecar, A Hudson View, The Toucan, Contemporary American Voices, the Eudaimonia Poetry Review, Rabbit Catastrophe Review, Gloom Cupboard, and Beltway Poetry Quarterly. In addition I maintain a blog at mirrorsponge.blogspot.com and am looking to publish my first no
Nawrocki, Caroline
Neff, Victoria
Nelson, Eric
Nenadov, Mark
Mark Nenadov lives in the deep south of Canada with a wife, daughter, and cat.
Nesterova, Yuliya
I'm a math graduate by trade, grateful for the echoes of patterns in our speech and writing. There's an atmosphere to short poetry: it seeps from the sparse syllables into layers of imagery and meaning. Have I read your poem yet?
Neufarth Howard, Sue
Neukirch, Colin
My name is Colin Montgomery Neukirch, and the title of this poem is "Jumper".
Newberry, Martina Reisz





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