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Rounick, Adam
Adam Michael Nicks is a Pushcart Prize nominated writer and the recipient of the 2017 Leonard Trawick Award. He is currently finishing up his MFA and his work has appeared in Typehouse-Ink, Crack the Spine, Five on the Fifth, and ReCap.
Sacco, Linda
Linda Sacco is an animal lover and bookworm. She lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her qualifications include Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing) from Victoria University and Master of Teaching (Primary) from The University of Melbourne. She is the author of the Which Is Your Perfect Pet? ebook series with titles on Dog Breeds, Designer Dogs, Cat Breeds and Birds. These are available from Smashwords, The Apple iBookstore and wherever good ebooks are sold. Her poetry has been published in Track + Signal Magazine, Dead Snakes, Poetry Quarterly, Dual Coast Magazine, Three Line Poetry, Inwood Indiana, Haiku Journal, Tanka Journal and 50 Haikus.
Sam, David Anthony
Born in Pennsylvania, David Anthony Sam has written poetry for over 40 years. He now lives in Virginia with his wife and life partner, Linda, and in 2017 retired as president of Germanna Community College. Sam has fourcollections and was the featured poet in the Spring 2016 issue of The Hurricane Review and the inaugural issue of Light: A Journal of Photography & Poetry. His poetry has appeared in over 70 journals and publications. His chapbook Finite to Fail: Poems after Dickinson was the 2016 Grand Prize winner of GFT Press Chapbook Contest and his collection All Night over Bones received an Honorable Mention for the 2016 Homebound Poetry Prize.
Samuels, Clarise
Clarise Samuels is a Montreal author and artist who has published haiku, tanka, poetry and one novel. Clarise has a Ph.D in German Literature from Rutgers Unviersity, and she is the author of a scholarly book on the Holocaust poetry of Paul Celan. Clarise also does a lot of artwork--most notably modern art that is partially abstract, often in ink, watercolor, acrylic, pastel or charcoal. She was trained at the Saidye Bronfmann School of Fine Arts in Montreal and continues to take workshops with established Montreal artists.
Sanville, Terry
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Scott, Claire
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Sharp, Cynthia
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Shine, Elizabeth
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Slavin, Steve
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Slupinski, Jeremy
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Smith, Dakota
Smuts, Carolyn
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Stennes, Mariell
Mariell Stennes has dreamed of writing and being published since she was a young child. If you can find any of her old notebooks scattered everywhere they are filled with poems and stories. In high school she was part of the Writer's Club and looked forward to their Thursday after school meetings. Since then she attended North Dakota State University for a few years before pursuing her other dream to become a mother. Even though between work and being a parent is a full time job she still makes the time and effort to write almost daily. She would like to thank her aunt Karla and her love, Austin to being the two people who pushed her the hardest into making her dream of being published a reality.
Stout, Robert Joe
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