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Warner, Everett
Everett Warner spends his time trying to be a wolf. His words are at or are forthcoming at Rust + Moth, Axolotl, Chicago Literati, and other places. He is the Fiction Editor for Noble/Gas Qrtly. He thinks everything should be blue, and can be found on Twitter @danielwolfer.
Warshaw, Devon
Wasilewski, Nells
Nellie L. Wasilewski lives in a small southern town, seventy miles southeast of Nashville, Tennessee. She retired from the mortgage industry in 2011 and began pursuing her lifelong dream of writing. Her writing has been greatly influenced by her own experiences and nature. Her work has appeared in numerous journals including Barefoot Review, Haiku Journal, Three Line Poetry, Dual coast Magazine, E Romance, Five Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, and The Quiet Hour.
Watkins, Gary
Dreams of writing have bubbled to the surface, possibly from the heat of the Arizona desert. My wife and daughters encourage me to write more, so with these first feeble steps, I set out to see if it is only a mirage.
Watkins, Rhiannon
Rhiannon Watkins attends high school (about to enter 10th grade) and enjoys writing when she has the time.
Webb, Don
15 published books including one book of poetry Better looking than my Wikipedia photo. Teaches English in a Reform School by day, Creative Writing for UCLA Extension by night
Webber, Katherine
Webre, Ellen
Ellen Webre is a biracial California poet, and former editor Chapman University's Calliope Literary Magazine. She has had the privilege to be a part of the wonderful Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Orange County Poetry scene. The world of folklore and fantasy has always been home to her, and it often follows her into reality.
Weir, Dylan
Dylan Weir is a Chicago poet, writer and perpetual student. He works for Young Chicago Authors, was chosen as a semifinalist for the 2014 Gwendolyn Brooks Open Mic Award and is currently getting his M.A. in English at DePaul University.
Wells, Joe
Joseph K. Wells is a businessman, doctor of occupational therapy, part-time professor and few wannabes from time to time. His poetry was in a com(m)a for over two decades. He credits his midlife for his new lease on poetry. Since the beginning of this year, his poems have woken up to readers in several literary journals/ e-zines.
Welsh, James
Hello, my name is James Welsh and I am submitting this poem for your consideration: “Judgment of Paris”. Although a Delaware native and UD graduate, I am currently living in New York City, where I am a graduate student majoring in English literature. Thank you for considering me and I hope to hear from you soon. Have a good day. James Welsh
Wenger, Sara
thank you!
Werner, Erin
I am a literature, art, and music enthusiast. I\'m maniacal and philosophical, gentle and cunning. I am the sometimes-awkward intersection of introversion and extraversion.
West, Tyson
An ekphrastic attempt on a painting by Goya.
Westcott, Mary
Mary L. Westcott has been writing poetry for more than 20 years and has several chapbooks of poetry. She is currently enjoying retirement and being a Blackjack poet. A recent trip to Big Sur, Esalen, inspired this haiku.





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