She is a member of the League of Canadian Poets. Three of her poems have been nominated for Sundress Publications “Best of the Net” 2015, and she has over 850 poems published in more than 380 international journals and anthologies.
“The rebirth of a phoenix Is a legend, popular but misleading Whereas the rebirth of An ageing eagle is a reality, hidden somewhere as he retreats Into a cliff corner.”
“It provides statistical data, including very notable longitudinal research on steeply declining readership rates, steeply declining Google searches for poetry, and poetry’s very low relative popularity to that of other arts and activities in the U.S.”
“When existence is an escalator in reverse perforce the pate ingests somatic arrears. Habituated to homing and hoarding swinishness is our default setting.”
Nana Arhin Tsiwah, author and co-author of “Dead Epistles” & “Palm Leaves” (both poetry collections) edits African poetry for Lunaris Review, Nigeria. Tsiwah writes from his fatherland, Cape Coast, Ghana.
Based in Sokoto, Nigeria. His works have appeared or are forthcoming at The Bond Street Review, Indiana Voice Journal, Jawline Review, Jalada, Ink and many more.
“Lovely intentions wrapped up in sanguine desires. Force fed down the throat of a blacklisted neurotoxin. Stuffed gut. Warped adrenaline.”
Malkeet Kaur resides in Mumbai, India. Though she works as a teacher and passionately loves her profession, she writes poems too. Many of her poems have found places in various anthologies and online journals.
Sudeep Adhikari comes from Kathmandu in Nepal. He considers poetry to be an impersonal act, largely deriving its content from unconscious psychic undergrounds.
Heath Brougher attended Temple University. He recently became the new poetry editor at Five2One Magazine. His has two little books published titled “2” and “A Drought of Ichor”.
Geosi Gyasi is a book blogger, reader, writer, and interviewer. His work has appeared or forthcoming in Visual Verse, Verse-Virtual, Piker Press, Misty Review, Silver Birch, Linden Avenue, Brittle Paper and elsewhere.
Ajise Vincent is a Nigerian Poet. His poem “Song of a Progeny” was a shortlisted poem at the Korea- Nigeria Poetry feast, 2015.
Scott Thomas Outlar hosts the site 17Numa, where links to his published poetry and fiction can be found. His chapbook “Songs of A Dissident” will be released in January of 2016 through Transcendent Zero Press.
Deborah Ager founded the poetry magazine known as “32 Poems Magazine”. She has published three books. She was educated at the University of Maryland.
The moon punishes the streets with its sultry glare. She walks down the narrow alleyfollowed by a small-eyed stranger.