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Young, Cynthia
Cynthia Robinson Young is a native of Newark, New Jersey but now lives in Tennessee. She has work in anthologies and journals, and her chapbook, Migration was recently accepted for publication.
Youngblood, Lynn
My mother passed away in May. I think of her often; this poem just came to me one evening when I was looking at the moon. I believe that the death of our mother is inevitable, and the sorrow, universal.
Younger, Richard
Youngers, Dylan
Dylan Youngers lives in California and is a student of Solano College studying Mathematics and Linguistics. He has been previously published in Poetry Quarterly, the Suisun Valley Review, Driftwood Press, and other publications. If you like his work, feel free to contact him at dylan.youngers@gmail.com
Zeba, Nusrat
Nusrat Zeba is a young aspiring writer and poet who aspires to change lives through words.
Zedalis, Jackie
Zempel, Rachel
Rachel Zempel was born and raised in Minnesota. Outside of her work as a 911 dispatcher, Rachel enjoys a creative life of sharing her thoughts and experiences through words on paper.
Zierke, Ethan
This is a haiku about my girlfriend who is a photographer.
Zimmerman , Jay
Znaidi, Ali
Ali Znaidi lives in Redeyef, Tunisia. He graduated with a BA in Anglo-American Studies in 2002. He teaches English at Tunisian public secondary schools. He writes poetry and has an interest in literature, languages, and literary translations. His work has appeared in The Bamboo Forest, The Camel Saloon, phantom kangaroo, BoySlut, fortunates.org, Otoliths, and is upcoming in The Rusty Nail, and Yes,Poetry. He also writes flash fiction for the Six Sentence Social Network—http://sixsentences.ning.c
Zone, Michael
Mike Zone is the author of Fellow Passengers: Public Transit Poetry, Meditations & Musings and Better than the Movies: 4 Screenplays. His work has been featured in Because Eileen Horror Sleaze Trash, In-Between Hangovers, Sick Lit Magazine, Triadae Magazine and The Voices Project. He scrapes by in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Zugish, China
I felt that when someone tries something new to them, they feel the color red. LIke they stand out to us all, if even for an instant.
Zwinger, Lynda
desert rat, student of haiku, zen

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