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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.
Westfall, Noah
Noah Westfall lives in Colorado. He currently studies philosophy at Santa Clara University. He loves the outdoors and exercising. In his free time he likes to run, Hike, and fish.
Weston, Joanna M.
JOANNA M. WESTON. Has had poetry, middle readers, and short stories published for thirty years. Her poetry, ‘A Bedroom of Searchlights’, published by Inanna Publications of Toronto. http://www.1960willowtree.wordpress.com/
White, Andy
White, Jerry
I write what I hope to be poetry in the little cracks of light that appear between teaching and doing what families do. Form and rhythm, accessibility and diction - these are still worth their weight in poetic gold. I'm struck by these elements when reading, I strive for them when putting pen to paper. Taiwan is my current place of residence, but Texas is home. Hopefully, a good balance of East and West comes out in my work.
Whitfield, Ayame
My name is Ayame Whitfield and I live in Massachusetts and go to school in New Jersey. Reading and writing have both fascinated me from a very young age. I have been previously published in school literary magazines, Timeless Tales Magazine, and Wizards in Space Magazine, as well as having placed seventh out of 250 submissions in the Wax Poetry 11th Poetry Contest.
Whitman, Neal
Neal Whitman is not sad, bad, or mad. But, he is a poet in Pacific Grove, California, where, since he is lucky enough to live by the ocean, is lucky enough.
Wilcox, Daniel
Short Bio: Daniel Wilcox's first book of poetry, Dark Energy, was published by Diminuendo Press. His writing has appeared in many magazines including Moria Poetry, The Copperfield Review, The Centrifugal Eye, Counterexample Poetics, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Write Room, and The Danforth Review. Before that he hiked through Cal State Long Beach (Creative Writing), Montana, Europe, Palestine/Israel; worked in a mental institution, on an Indian reservation, and taught literature to teenagers. He
Wildhood, Megan
m.nicole.r.wildhood's fiction, nonfiction and poetry has appeared in The Atticus Review, Page and Spine and elsewhere. She has been a saxophone player and registered scuba diver for over half her life and writes for Seattle's street newspaper Real Change. In addition to blogging at megan.thewildhoods.com, she is currently at work on a novel and a full-length collection of poetry.
Willis, Jason
I am a poet and storyteller. I love art and gaming and entertainment. I\'ve previously published several poems in Scifaikuest magazine.
Wilson, Connor
From the heart but possibly from dreams

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