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Salver, Angell Lynn
Sam, David Anthony
David Anthony Sam lives in Virginia with his wife and life partner, Linda. His poetry has appeared in over 90 journals and his poem, “First and Last,” won the 2018 Rebecca Lard Award. Six of his collections are in print including Final Inventory (Prolific Press 2018), Finite to Fail: Poems after Dickinson, 2016 Grand Prize winner of the GFT Press Chapbook Contest, and Dark Fathers (Kelsay Books 2019). He teaches creative writing at Germanna Community College, from where he retired as Preside
Samerkhanova, Farida
Samuel, Fe
Fe Samuel is a female writer residing in Oxford, MS.
Samuels, Clarise
Clarise Samuels is a Montreal writer who has published poetry, short fiction, and one novel. Her novel, Loving Brynhild, is based on Norse mythology and was serialized in the British Journal Goddess Pages (currently available at Smashwords). Her poetry chapbook, Fairy Tales for the Bourgeoisie, received favorable notices from Books in Canada. Clarise has a Rutgers PhD in German literature and is the author of a scholarly book on the poetry of Paul Celan, which can be found in most major universi
Samuelson, Audrey
Audrey Samuelson lives and writes in Alabama.
Sargent, Angela
Ms. Sargent is from Denver, CO and has been writing since she was a kid, thanks to the encouragement of one of her favorite English teachers. She is mother to two wonderful sons, and loves writing everything from poetry to fiction. She has published two books to date and is working on a dystopian, futuristic novel that will "put my Biology degree to use." Some of her other work has been published in Poetry Quarterly, Tanka Journal, HeartLodge, 50 Haikus, AIM Magazine, Erete's Bloom, Three
Sarnat, Gerard
Gerard Sarnats been nominated for Pushcarts. Gerrys authored four collections: HOMELESS CHRONICLES (2010), Disputes (2012), 17s (2014) and Melting The Ice King (2016) which included work published in Gargoyle, Lowestoft, American Journal of Poetry, Main Street Rag, New Delta Review, OCHO, Tishman Review plus was featured in New Verse News, Edify, Songs of Eretz, Avocet, LEVELER, tNY, StepAway, Bywords and Floor Plan. Radius, Foliate Oak, Dark Run, Scarlet Leaf, Good Men Project, Anti-Heroin Ch
Saunders, Cliff
I have plenty more where this came from!
Sauvage Angel, Kelly
A graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in literature, Kelly Sauvage Angel (a.k.a. Kalyanii) is the author of Om Namah, Scarlet Apples & Cream, two stage plays, dozens of short stories and hundreds of articles. In her free time, she can likely be foundengaging her musewithin the dance studio or amid the magnificence of nature.
Sauve-Rogan, Daniel
Savishinsky, Joel
I would appreciate your consideration of the three line poem enclosed here for Three Line Poetry. It is a condensed consideration of the Zen experience. I am a retired professor of anthropology and gerontology, and have studied human development, environmental adaptations, and the aging process, in the Canadian North, Turkey, the Caribbean, the US, England and India. My books include The Trail of the Hare: Environment and Stress in a Sub-Arctic Community, and Breaking The Watch: The Meani
Sawyer, Matt
Scalzo, Emily Jo
Thank you for considering the haiku, "Chelyabinsk." My bio: Emily Jo Scalzo received a BA in Creative Writing from Purdue and an MFA in Creative Writing with a concentration in fiction from Fresno State. She currently resides in Muncie, Indiana, and is an assistant professor at Ball State University. She won the 2007 Undergraduate Fiction Contest at Purdue University, and her work has been published in Mobius: The Journal of Social Change and Run to the Roundhouse, Nellie, and is forthcomin
Scanlon, Ray
Massachusetts boy. Has grandchildren. Extraordinarily lucky. No extrovert.





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