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Broder, Hillel
Hillel Broder is a doctoral student of English (CUNY Graduate Center) and a high school teacher of English (Bronx, NY)
Browder, Clifford
Clifford Browder is a writer living in New York City. He has published two biographies, a novel, and an award-winning selection of posts from his blog, "No Place for Normal: New York." His poetry has appeared in Heliotrope, Runes, The Same, Pivot, Snake Nation Review, Nimrod, and elsewhere.
Brown, Autumn
Brown, Heather
Heather A. Brown is a student, writer, and mother who lives nestled among the majestic Wasatch mountains.
Brown, Jamie
Jamie Brown: MFA American University. Books: Freeholder and Other Poems, Conventional Heresies, Sakura: A Cycle of Haiku (Best Book of Verse 2013, Delaware Press Association), and The Delaware Bay: Poems (Best Chapbook of Verse 2020 by DPA). His fiction, non-fiction and poetry have been widely published. He is an award-winning playwright (Best Play, 2007, Southern Delaware One-Act Play Festival). Formerly Editor for several literary magazines, he founded The Broadkill Review and Broadkill Publ
Brown, Laura Del Col
Laura Del Col Brown's poetry and prose have appeared in publications including Crannóg, Maudlin House, Poor Yorick Journal and the DSCH Journal. She is originally from West Virginia and now lives in London, where she works for a bat conservation charity. More of her work can be found at lauradelcolbrown.com.
Brown, Mandy
Mandy Brown (she/her) is a queer Central Texas poet, a 2019 Poetry Half-Marathon winner, and the 2013 recipient of A Room of Her Own Foundation's Tillie Olsen Fellowship. Her poetry has been published in Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Extract(s), Eunoia Review, and more. Mandy currently teaches at an alternative school for high-risk students and loves it! Read more at mandyalyssbrown.weebly.com.
Brown, Rebecca
Rebecca L. Brown is a British writer. She specialises in horror, SF, humour, surreal and experimental fiction, although her writing often wanders off into other genres and gets horribly lost. Rebecca has written regular columns for publications including New Old Traditions, Butnu.co.uk and Zombie Command. She currently edits the Pagan Friends Webzine. For updates and examples of Rebecca’s work, visit her Twitter page @rlbrownwriter or her blog Bewildering Circumstances ( http://bewilderingcircum
Brown, Susan
I am a poet and a painter of days, numbering. I thrive with-in the shadows. Abstract by design.
Brown, Susan
Browne, Heather
Here you go! Heather M. Browne is a faith-based psychotherapist and recently emerged poet, published in the Orange Room, Boston Literary Review, Page & Spine, Eunoia Review, Poetry Quarterly, The Poetry Bus, Red Fez, The Muse, An International Journal of Poetry, Deep Water Literary Journal, Electric Windmill, Maelstrom, mad swirl, and Dual Coast. Her first chapbook, We Look for Magic and Feed the Hungry has been published by MCI. She just won the Nantucket Poetry Competition. She has been ma
Bruck, Ingrid
Ingrid Bruck is a poet/storyteller/retired library director. Her work has appeared in Howl of Sorrow: A Collection of Poems Inspired by Hurricane Sandy. She is a member of The International Women’s Writing Guild and a charter member of The Avocado Sisterhood.
Bryan, Neva
I have been published by Inwood Indiana Press. My books St. Peter’s Monsters and Sawmill Boys are published by Brighid Editions. My work also appears in the anthology We All Live Downstream: Writings about Mountaintop Removal, as well as in numerous literary journals.
Bryan, Tanya
Tanya Bryan is a Canadian writer with work published in Latchkey Tales, Feathertale Review, and Drunk Monkeys. She loves to travel, writing and drawing her experiences, which are often surreal and wonderful. She can be found @tanyabryan on Twitter.
Bubb, Kate
Dedicated to the retired greyhounds of the world

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