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Smith, Newton
Newton Smith lives in the mountains of western North Carolina, where he hikes and gardens, and meditates. He taught at Western Carolina University and retired. His work has appeared in numerous publications including: Southern Poetry Review, Foxfire, Carolina Quarterly, Trace, Apple, Ann Arbor Review, The Miscellany, Pebble, Laurel Review, Quartet, Asheville Poetry Review, Rivendell, and International Poetry Anthology. He recently walked the 500-mile Camino de Santiago and is preparing a manuscr
Smith, Tim
Smith Silva, Dorsía
Dorsía Smith Silva is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras. Her poetry has appeared in three volumes of POUI: Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing.
Smothers, Shirley
I am an amateur poet. I hope to improve my writing. I live in Texas and have been writing poetry for about 10 years. I mostly write poetry. I have two short stories but these need a lot of work. My poem “The Price of Freedom has been published in the “Poetry Explosion Newsletter, also known as “The Pen”. This poem has also been published in “The Scarlet Pooh”, “Lone Stars #69” summer 2011. This poem has also been published in “The Poets Art”. I have an extended version of this poem wh
Sneed, Kelly
My BIO: “Moving Forward with each Step” I recently retired after over 30 years in the HR profession. The joy of working with people and my own life’s challenges led me to become certified in a variety of fields to further heal, educate and motivate people through their own life experiences. Those certifications include Grief Management Specialist, Personal Trainer, and Life Coach.
Sola, Nicholas
Sonnen, Susan
Susan Sonnen lives quietly and attentively in the Midwest.
Sood, Megha
Soto, Kantre
Spain, James W.
My poetry is simply inspired by my love of family, history and nature. I was born and raised in New Hampshire and still reside here with my family. I enjoy creating short stories and poetry. I graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with my Master's Degree in Business Administration and have enjoyed a career in the Consumer Food Industry for over three decades. My Poetry has been published in Poetry Quarterly, Three Line Poetry and Boston Poetry Magazine as well as several anthologies
Speirs, Timothy
Spencer, William
A hack with a compulsion to scribble.
Spinks, Randall
Spitzenberger, Ray
This is one of three haikus I wrote, one after the other, to express my return to haiku writing after many years of pursuing an unrelated career, imagining myself an ancient Japanese haikuist. I have published my writings in The Pawn Review (poem), Food for Thought (haikus), Red River Review (poems), Try Magazine (poems and fiction), New and Experimental Literature (short story), Grit (feature article), Handbook of Texas (History), and numerous other publications. I live near Houston, Texas, w
Spragins, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Spencer Spragins is a poet and writer who taught in community colleges for more than a decade. Her work has been published extensively in Europe, Asia, and North America. She is the author of "The Language of Bones: American Journeys Through Bardic Verse" (Kelsay Books) and "With No Bridle for the Breeze: Ungrounded Verse" (Shanti Arts Publishing).

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