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Tomaloff, David
David Tomaloff (b. 1972) | is a writer, musician, photographer, and all around-bad influence | likes: jazz | hates: jazz | photography: yes | his work has also appeared in publications such as: Prick of the Spindle, DOGZPLOT, the Sixteenth Letter, Ditch Poetry, Otoliths, and elimae | see: davidtomaloff.com
Tompkins, Pat
Thank you for reading my work.
Towell, Lavaughn
Lavaughn is an English Professor in Florida. He lives there with his wife, Bronwen and assorted dogs and cats.
Tower, Jessica
Jessica Tower has published in Spark Magazine, Three Line Poetry, the Golden Walkman Magazine, the Eunoia Review, and The Legendary. Jessica received an Honorable Mention in the 2014 Claire Keyes Undergraduate Poetry Award contest, and was the recipient of the 2014 Creativity Award in Creative Writing from Salem State University.
Tozer, Meghan Joyce
Treiber, Colin
A wanderer with a steady heart, Currently standing still in Patagonia, Arizona, Waiting for the dust to clear.
Tribe, Sean
Sean presently lives and works in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. His poems have been published in several print and online publications, including Interim, The Colorado Review, and Lafovea.org.
Triplett, Gregory
Thanks for Three Line Poetry.
Trojan, Peggy
Peggy Trojan, retired to the north woods of Wisconsin. Having a great summer--wild blueberries everywhere!
Tromp, Ian
Hello, Previous publications include prose and poetry in Poetry (Chicago), The Times Literary Supplement, PN Review, The Nation, and haiku (many years ago!) in The Mainichi Evening News. Best wishes, Ian
Truncale, Joseph
Author has been a life time student of the martial arts with a love of poetry as well. He has more than 50 books/manuals and more than 700 published papers(essays, articles, reviews, poems).
Tuffnell, Damien
Tuli, Gulnar
Dear Three Line Editors, I have never written a three line poem before, so when I discovered your magazine I decided to challenge myself and give it a try. I hope you enjoy my piece. Thanks, Gulnar Tuli
Turnbull, Peggy
Peggy Turnbull, poet and librarian, is a member of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets. Her work is forthcoming in Muddy River Poetry Review and Eunoia Review.
Turner, William
Will, a single father and fledgling Writer, is a man of many skills in a multitude of industries. A self-proclaimed \"Jack of all Trades\", his meticulous scrutiny of facts and high attention to detail congeals wondrously with an inquisitive sense of humor and assertive approach to all aspects of his particular writing style. Passionate about all things he believes in, he\'ll drone on and on for hours upon what many view as mundane. An avid fan of hiking, swimming, music and video games, his vas





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