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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
Tustin, John
My poetry has appeared in Bryant literary Review, The Battered Suitcase, Foliate Oak, and many others since I began writing poetry three years ago. fritzware.com/johntustinpoetry is my link.
TW, Barbara
Uriah, Damien
Damien Uriah grew up in the Ozark mountains of eastern Oklahoma. He studied English and Creative Writing at The University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. His work, including fiction and poetry, appears in Applause and Indian Voice Journal.
Valvis, James
James Valvis lives in Washington State. His work has recently appeared in Arts & Letters, Atlanta Review, Blip (Mississippi Review), Hanging Loose, LA Review, Pank, Rattle, River Styx, and is forthcoming in Daily Science Fiction, H_NGM_N, Kill Author, Night Train, Pemmican, Sierra Nevada Review, Verdad, and many others. His first full-length poetry collection, How to Say Goodbye, is forthcoming from Aortic Books.
Van Hook, Eileen
Van Hooser, Doug
Doug Van Hooser's poetry has appeared in Poetry Quarterly, Stoneboat Literary Review, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Star 82, On the Rusk and Black Fox Literary Magazine. The Riding Light Review recently published one of his short stories. Doug is also a network playwright at Chicago Dramatists Theatre.
Van Rhoads, Shea
Shea R. Van Rhoads is a writer, teacher, researcher, humanitarian, entrepreneur, mother and dog-lover. She holds degrees from Harvard and Simmons. In 2006, Ms. Van Rhoads co-founded the nonprofit Temwani Children's Foundation to help build a primary school for orphans in Zambia. Her recent poetry book, Quarters, explores the nuances of heart, mind, spirit, and culture.
Van Valin, Joel
Vasquez, Emiliano
Inspiration for my work is grounded in simplicity. I enjoy poems that are forthright and unvarnished. My imagination likes to be led on.





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