Eckleburg Review. Deborah Guzzi writes full time. Her book The Hurricane, published by Prolific Press, is now available.
- Linda Addison - Poet/Writer.
- In defense of ethnocentrism.
- Death in a Far Country (Thackeray & Ackroyd);
- Mystery Fanfare: February .
- Un povero bianco (Libri da premio) (Italian Edition).
- Your Spiritual Gifts!
- Author of Horror / Speculative Fiction.
Issue 16 Issue 20 Issue Maija Haavisto is from Finland, but now lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Her debut poetry collection Raskas vesi Heavy Water is out in April Her speculative poetry has previously appeared in Usva, Lumooja, and Cosmospen. Larry Hammer lives in southern Arizona, where the days are sunny but the nights are dark. Issue 1. Harmon is a freelance writer, poet, and novelist. His first novel is due to be released by Dreamspinner Press in early He has had several essays and articles published in such small press newspapers as The CommunityLetter.
He is a member of the Third Friday Literary Group and a contributor to their upcoming international publication Third Friday. Years spent living, working, and attending law school in historic New Orleans, Louisiana greatly influence his writing. Harmon is currently an attorney in Louisville, Kentucky.
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He lives in England and can be found online at adharper. Learn more at annesible. Brittany Hause is a linguist who happens to love science fiction and fantasy. When not wrapped up in language research, she can usually be found reading and writing SFF poems and stories.
Issue 28 Issue 29 Issue Howard V. Hendrix is the author of six novels from major publishers, which together have been published in seven languages. He is also the author of three short fiction collections most recently Human in the Circuit from Wildside Press, and three nonfiction books most recently Visions of Mars: Essays in the Fiction and Science of the Red Planet from McFarland, Ada Hoffmann finds writing much more satisfying than actually talking to people.
Justin Holliday is a teacher and poet. His poems have been featured in Phantom Kangaroo, Glitterwolf, Sanitarium, and elsewhere. Akua Lezli Hope is a creator who uses sound, words, fiber, glass and metal to create poems, patterns, stories, music, ornaments, wearables, sculpture, adornments and peace whenever possible. She won the SFPA short poem prize.
Jessica Jo Horowitz is a Korean-born writer currently living in New England where she studies historical sword work and Asian mythology. She can be found on Twitter TransientJ. She lives in the cold grey wilds of the Pacific Northwest, USA, where she practices useful magic and plays games in the woods. Issue 31 Issue YiWei Huang got his Ph. D in mathematics in Singapore, He has recently worked at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology as research staff in the computer science.
- Eye to the Telescope.
- Usurper of the Sun.
- The Stars Look Down (Bello)!
- Terezin Twilight?
He has written tanka in English and Chinese. His tanka are published in Atlas Poetica and various anthologies by Poets on Site. He was assigned to be their guide in Nanjing and Yellow Mountain. They have since collaborated poetically, writing an article for Atlas Poetica 12, Summer , on Tanka Poets on Site. Yiwei translated many poems by California poets on the art of Tong Zhang, a Chinese artist Kathabela met in China, and introduced to local California poets in Robin Husen is a writer from Nottingham, England.
He is an Open University graduate, and has an MA in Literary Linguistics from the University of Nottingham, where he wrote his dissertation on the use of negation in creating a sense of unease. Claire Ibarra is a writer, poet and photographer residing in Miami, Florida. She currently works for ArtSpring, teaching poetry to incarcerated women.
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Ifere grew up in Nigeria listening to fairytales about the tortoise which gave her a love of trickster stories. She has been writing stories and poems since she was 12 and loves stories that take you on a magical journey. Aisha Tayo Ijadunola is a London-based fantasy writer and digital artist.
Her works often feature elements of Nigerian as well as other African myths and legends. Jennifer Ruth Jackson writes about reality's weirdness and the plausibility of the fantastic. She runs a blog for disabled and neurodivergent writers called The Handy, Uncapped Pen from an apartment she shares with her husband. Soren James is a writer and visual artist who recreates himself on a daily basis from the materials at his disposal, continuing to do so in an upbeat manner until one day he will sumptuously throw his drained materials aside and resume stillness without asking why.
More of his work can be seen at sorenjames. A former journalist, he works at a college art museum in upstate New York, where he lives with his wife and dog. Issue 7 Issue Clay F. Johnson is an amateur pianist, devoted animal lover, and incorrigible reader of Gothic literature and Romantic-era poetry. Find out more on his blog at clayfjohnson. John Philip Johnson would be an astronaut if he could.
He would love to go to Mars.
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He has been fortunate to place short stories and poems in many venues he loves, and is the author of an Elgin-nominated comic book of graphic poetry, Stairs Appear in a Hole Outside of Town, available on Kindle or at his website. He is currently serving as an editorial assistant for Issue 7 of The Lindenwood Review. Issue 27 Issue Sierra July has fiction appearing or forthcoming in Robot and Raygun, T. She is currently working on two books: a new poetry collection called Snake Handling for Beginners, as well as a story collection, Mrs.
Shanna Karella was raised on a rural Alaskan homestead, and is still pretty out there. Her poetry and essays have been published in print by local press Ink Pot and The Ester Republic, and online at Right Hand Pointing and the late Hiss Quarterly where she also served as poetry editor for a time. Herb Kauderer is a retired Teamster who somehow grew up to be an associate professor of English at Hilbert College. He holds an MFA in creative writing, and is currently writing a doctoral dissertation related to science fiction.
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He is the author of ten books of poetry so far , and was the lead screenwriter for the super low-budget indie film Beyond the Mainstream More can be found at HerbKauderer. Issue 14 Issue 16 Issue 21 Issue 28 Issue Kei lives on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay USA , apprenticed aboard a skipjack, a sail-powered oyster dredge, and now serves with a fully rigged ship.
His publications include over tanka poems in six languages and ten countries. He is the compiler of the Bibliography of English-Language Tanka , which documents over one thousand publications since Julie Bloss Kelsey enjoys haiku and short-form poetry. Her speculative poems have been published in microcosms , Scifaikuest and Alien Skin. He loves fantasy stories and poems, and in his free time, he tries to write some compositions of his own as well. Jessica Fordham Kidd lives and writes in Coker, Alabama with her husband, daughter, and magical dog Henry.
She is the associate director of first-year writing at the University of Alabama, and her poems have appeared in Drafthorse, The Paris Review, and OVS magazine, among others. Peter J. King b.
Boston, Lincolnshire teaches philosophy at Pembroke College, Oxford. Maxine Kollar is a wife and a mother of three. She has a degree in Political Science and plans to save the world once she has caught up on laundry. Deborah P. She is also a member and former president of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, for which she helped create the Dwarf Stars Award and co-created Eye to the Telescope. More at dkolodji. He and his wife live in a year-old farmhouse. He shares a keyboard with two cats. Issue 1 Issue 31 Issue 32 Issue 33 Issue Katie Krantz is a student and writer from Atlanta, Georgia.