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Simmons, Andy
Andy Simmons lives in San Diego, California. Most of the times he neglects the beaches at La Jolla and Santa Clara, which make it harder for him to write a Haiku.
Simmons, Jon
Simon, Terri
Terri Simon is an IT geek, drummer, witch (thats with a w not a b although that may occasionally be applicable, too), and poet. She is convinced that one of her dogs could rule the world, if she only had opposable thumbs.
Simon, Terri
Simonds, Susan
Susan Simonds is an MFA student at Adelphi University. Her work has appeared in Blue Ridge Literary Prose, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, and Black Fox Literary Magazine.
Simpson, Ken
Simpson, Nate
Nate Simpson lives in Toronto, Ontario. When not working for someone else, he writes poetry and short stories.
Singh, Ram Krishna
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Slonaker, Adrian
Adrian Slonaker lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, working as a copywriter and copy editor, with interests that include vegetarian cooking, Slavic languages, Victorian horror fiction, wrestling, and 1960s pop music. Adrian\'s work has appeared in Better Than Starbucks, CC&D, and Dodging the Rain, and publication in Ginosko Literary Journal is forthcoming.
Smith, Elizabeth O.
Writer. Poet. Game Developer. Procrastinator. More info at www.elizabethosmith.com
Smith, Jennifer
J. L. Smith lives in Odenton, Maryland with her husband and young daughter. Her poetry has recently appeared in Cirque, Yellow Chair Review, Calamus Journal, Dirty Chai and Alaska Women Speak, among others. See more of her work at jlsmithwrites.com. Follow her on Twitter @jennifersmithak
Smith, Mare
Mare Smith teaches writing, reading and English in a private, college prepatory school in Texas. She loves the written word, and the creativity only God can provide.
Smith, Michael
Smith, Newton
Newton Smith lives in the mountains of western North Carolina, where he hikes and gardens, and meditates. He taught at Western Carolina University and retired. His work has appeared in numerous publications including: Southern Poetry Review, Foxfire, Carolina Quarterly, Trace, Apple, Ann Arbor Review, The Miscellany, Pebble, Laurel Review, Quartet, Asheville Poetry Review, Rivendell, and International Poetry Anthology. He recently walked the 500-mile Camino de Santiago and is preparing a manuscr
Smith, Tim





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