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Jim Kacian

New Book Release (September 2021)
A New Resonance 12


Peycho Kanev
Peycho Kanev is Pushcart nominated poet. He has been published in more than 100 magazines and now he is in Quill and Parchment. And that counts.

The Real Question (August 2009)

New Book Releases:
Bone Silence (December 2010)

Amy Kappler

Featured Photographer (January 2016)

Elena Kariyannis
Bio Page

Featured Artist July 2022



Max Karlsson

Portrait of Asa (December 2010)


Ben Kaskzkow
Bronx born artist, art director, avid fisherman. Graduated New York's Cooper Union 1935.

Art Work:
Montauk Oils (June 2008)
Watercolors (July 2013)


Binnie Kasazkow
Alabama born artist and home maker, Binnie enjoys her simple life by the sea on Long Island, N.Y. 

Liver Paté (October 2002)
Binnie's Cinnamon and Sugar Cookies (May 2007)

Hasui Kawase
Featured Artist (January 2022)

Margaret Kay
Margaret graduated from U/Mass. at Boston (summa cum laude) at age 71. She began to write seriosly in her late 60's The desire to write came early, but life (including motherhood) stood in the way.

Featured Poet for March 2011
March Birthday
Cameo Brooch

Fall Photography October 2021

Meg Kearney

New Book Release (October 2021)
All Morning the Crows

Featured Poet October 2021

Thomas Dean Kellogg
Tom, a director and instructor, mentors intensive playwriting workshops in juvenile detention facilities and alternative schools throughout California. With the assistance of theater artists/mentors, over 550 high-risk youth have written short, original one-act plays. Tom is a proud member of Coeur d'Alene's, in Idaho. 

Tus Ojos (Your Eyes) (August 2002)
The Book of Eternal Life (November 2019)
El Libro de la Vida Eterna (November 2019)
Il Libro della Vita Eterna (November 2019)

Maggie Kelly

Ekphrastic Poetry
Green Grass Dreams (January 2013)

Gary Kennedy
Gary is a special effects man in the motion picture industry in Hollywood. 

Echoes of Silence (Sept 2002)

Fire Storm (October 2002)


PC (Patty) Kennedy
Patty believes if you say PC several times, it becomes Peace. She spent most of her working life as a technical writer. She arranges writing workshops and the funding for poetry readings near her home in Gig Harbor, WA and volunteers for Fault Lines Poetry, Portland, OR.

Days of the Dead (November 2012)
Quiet Rituals (December 2012)
And Where It All Began… (May 2013)
The Sun Stops but a Moment (June 2013)

Ekphrastic Poetry
Renaissance Waif (March 2012)
Three Ekphrastic Haiku (January 2013)


Phillip Kennedy

Going After Walrus (December 2012)

Bill Kenney

Haikufest '06 (August 2006)


Michael Keshigian

Afternoon Barbecue (July 2009)
Synergist (March 2021)
What To Do With Intangibles (June 2021)
The Projector (July 2021)

Daniel Khalastchi

New Book Releases:
Manoleria (April 2011)

Helga Kidder

At the Edge (June 2022)

Joyce Kiefer

Clean Sheets (June 2013)
Sentenced to Love (Feburary 2019)


Carol Kilty

Ekphrastic Poetry
Final Flight (December 2020)

Don Kimball

When Apple Blossoms Arrive (March 2022)

Joan Alice Wood Kimball

Ekphrastic Poetry
Pillar (January 2021)

K.B. Kincer

The Other Mothers (May 2020)

Kate Kingston
Kate has published two books of poetry, History of Grey, a runner-up in the 2013 Main Street Rag
Poetry Book Award and Shaking the Kaleidoscope, a finalist in the 2011 Idaho Prize for Poetry.
She has published poetry and translations in numerous literary magazines and anthologies including
translations of Mexican poet, Natalia Toledo, in Mexican Poetry Today: 20/20 Voices, a
bilingual anthology
 and translations of Mexican poet Pedro Serrano in the Nimrod International
Journal: Mexico/USA
. Kingston has been awarded fellowships from the Colorado Council on the
Arts, Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, Jentel, Ucross, and Fundación Valparaíso in Mojácar, Spain,
among others.  Her critical thesis  for her MFA in Writing at Vermont College was “Translating to
Experience.” She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education with a Spanish major from the
University of Wisconsin, Madison, which includes her Junior Year Abroad enrolled in the University
of Valencia, Spain. She has served as Language Department Chairperson at Eastern Utah State
University and Professor of Spanish and Writing at Trinidad State, Colorado.

At the Cabin (August 2010)
Argil - Pure Clay (May 2011)
Three Wishes (May 2013)
Aqueduct (December 2014)
Galápagos (December 2015)
Featured Poet April 2015
What Does Lorca Own?
Featured Poet Feburary 2020
Poems by Ma. Luisa Govela
English translations by Kate Kingston
Love Story
Fifth Birth (May 2020)

Desire (February 2021)

New book Release
Shaking the Kaleidoscope (June 2013)


Mina V. Kirby

The Caterpillar and the Butterfly (March 2014)


Maggie Kirton

365 Nights ~ Chapter One ~ Night 1 (May 2012)
365 Nights ~ Chapter One ~ Night 2 (June 2012)
365 Nights ~ Chapter One ~ Night 3 (July 2012)
365 Nights ~ Chapter One ~ Night 4 (August 2012)

Short Stories:
Touring Europe (July 2012)

Winter Dust (January 2015)

Iris and Jim Klein 

The Twelve Days of Christmas (January2006)


Iris Klein

Featured Artist January 2014

Karen Klingman

Renewal (March 2009)

Christine Klocek-Lim
Christine lives in Pennsylvania where she pursues her love of poetry and photography. Some of her recent poems have appeared in Ibbetson Street, the Aurorean, Tryst, and Melic Review. 

For My Sons (May 2006)
Fiddle (June 2006)

New Book Releases:
How to photograph the heart (Feb 2010)

Mary Audrey Kneipp

Matches (September 2021)
Scare (October 2021)
Crows and Doves (October 2021)
The Calling (November 2021)
Three Clerihews (November 2021)
Country (December 2021)
Garden (March 2022)
Early This Morning (June 2022)
The Dream (October 2022)

Daffodils and Roses (November 2021)
Sweet Pea (January 2022)


Michael Koehler

Medicine For a Friend (Sept 2009)

New Book releases
Red Boots (January 2010)

Sandra Kolankiewicz

New Book Releases:
Turning Inside Out (May 2010)


Gregory Kom
Photo of Oia on the featured poem
by Gregory Kom



Antoinette Kopperfield
Antoinette is a poet/author/songwriter currently working on recording several songs for the industry. In addition, she has 3 e books in the works. She resides in a beautiful suburb southeast of Phoenix called Ahwatukee and lives with her artist husband. She has 5 grown children and 2 grandchildren.

Splendor's Door (April 2006)
You Left Your Light Beneath My Path (May 2006)

Paul Korda 

You Live On (May 2005)


Ari Korjala
Fall Photography October 2021

Constance Kostelc

Flash Fiction:
Coming Storm (May 2024)

Victoria Kraus

La Primera y Soto (July 2009)

Katharine Krieg
Katharine Krieg (b.1970) is a contemporary artist working primarily in the medium of oil but also accomplished in watercolor and charcoal. Inspired by her surroundings, she feels her paintings are her answers to what she observes. A quiet sense of Introspection and the passing of Time are themes that recur in her works of still life and landscape.
Katharine maintains a studio in Montgomery County, PA and holds an annual open studio in Maine each summer. She is honored to have been accepted into national as well as regional open juried shows and invitational shows. Her work can be found in collections throughout the United States and abroad.

Featured Artist March 2023

Featured Artist November 2021

Martin Kroll (1925-2007)
Martin was a true renaissance man, teacher, writer, art collector and a humanitarian to all he met.

A Lamentation (August 2016)


Pat Kunkel

Pat is the mom of one amazing son, loves animals, gardening, and creative writing when inspired to do so.

Photo Credit:
My Mother's Love by Michael Escoubas (May 2017)


Sheryl Lain

Untitled (May 2020)



Michael Lally
Michael, started out playing piano and reading his poetry in coffeehouses and bars. In 1962, he joined the military, wrote the autobiographical South Orange Sonnets, which on publication led to a New York Poetry Center Discovery Award in 1972. He has published 20 books and has earned an array of poetry awards.

Forbidden Fruit (November 2006)


Nicoletta LaMarca-Sacco

Ekphrastic Poetry
Beloved Friend Roger's Nature Hike Ended Too Soon (August 2020)



Joe LaMay
Joe is a performer/songwriter, living and playing in southern Kentucky with his musical and loving partner, Sherri Reese. They have three recordings (CDs) to their credit and one on the way.

Rollin' Hills Of Mexico (May 2006)

Tom Landergan

Tom lives in Newburyport, MA. He enjoys writing for the simple pleasure of
writing. Monarch Butterfly is Tomís publication debut. The author of three novellas
and several unpublished poems, he also plays the piano and writes music.

Ekphrastic Poetry
Monarch Butterfly (December 2020)

Plum Island River (August 2022)


Denise La Neve
Denise was most recently a contributor and editor for the anthology META-LAND (2016. The Poet’s Press). Denise is currently working on a chapbook inspired by her childhood experiences in Citers France.

Mullican Pines (November 2016)
A night of raindrops (October 2020)

Jane Lang
Jane Lang is a poet and essayist whose work has appeared in several online journals and print anthologies. Based in Auburn, WA, Lang has authored one chapbook, Eclectic Edge, and is a member of the Striped Water Poets critique group.

Tasty Fright (October 2017)
Dance With the Wind (March 2018)
The Boys Always Dared Each Other (August 2018)
Her Mother's Daughter (May 2019)
Travel is As the Wind (July 2019)
A Song's Lament (September 2020)
Yesterday (October 2020)
The Pier at Night (November 2020)
Dear Santa,(December 2020)
It Was Sort-of Like This (March 2021)
Do All Mothers have Super Powers?(May 2021)
The Kiss  (August 2021)
October 31 (October 2021)
Holiday Sweet Bread or…A Merry Mix-up (December 2021)
Wonder of the Fledgling's Flight (December 2021)
Love: Chance or Choice? (Feburary 2022)
Chase the Sun (March 2022)
Wordplay (May 2022)
Flying Free (June 2022)
January in the Snow (January 2023)
Ode to a Writer’s Pen  (February 2023)
Illusive (March 2023)
The Fluffy Pink Powder Brush (May 2023)
As the Palette Wakes (July 2023)
Isn’t it Lucky (September 2023)
Mockingbird (October 2023)
Sestina...Will Use Magic (October 2023)
Golden Thread (November 2023)
A Girl, a Risqué Pose Taken on May 23, 1883 (November 2023)
Snow Calculations (December 2023)
The File Folder Titled Jerry (Feburary 2024)
Time is a Frozen River (March 2024)
How wild was the wind (March 2024)

Ekphrastic Poetry:
Ode to an Underwood Typewriter (September 2017)
Man in the Boat (November 2017)
The Magpie (December 2017 )
Life is a Circus (March 2018)
Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (May 2018)
The Tea Party (July 2018)
Dreaming (September 2018)
If You Asked Me (October 2018)
Best Friends (November 2018)
Two Doves (December 2018)
New Beginnings (January 2019)
Reflections  (Feburary 2019)
She (March 2019)
Chemainus ( March 2020 )
Flamingo Mating Dance (March 2021)
Science (June 2021)
To Make this House a Home (October 2021)
The Path by the Moving Water 
Boardgame (May 2022)
A Sojourner’s Observations (March 2023)
My Mother in Downtown Seattle (May 2023)

Cheryl Latif
Cheryl Latif’s poetry can be found in a number of local, regional and national journals and anthologies. A southern California native, she escaped to the Pacific Northwest in 2001. She now resides in Seattle under skies that speak several languages.

reflection (July 2016)
gifts ( October 2016 )
lessons (May 2017)

Mary Laufer
Mary lives in Saint Cloud, Florida. Her work has been published in forty anthologies.

When My Children Are Grown (May 2016)


Amanda Laughtland
Amanda lives just north of Seattle and teaches at Edmonds
Community College. She is the editor/publisher of Teeny Tiny Press.
Her most recent chapbook, Vital to Victory, can be read online or
downloaded as a free e-book for Kindle and other e-readers.

New Book Release:
Postcards to Box 464 (June 2011)


Sean Lause

New Book Release (December 2020)
The Ones Within

Robert Lowell shops at Sears (April 2021 )
Their Art (September 2023)
The bear that saw the world seeing (October 2023)

John G. Lawless

Summertime (August 2016)

Michael J. Leach
New Book release October 2022
Natural Philosophies

Neil Leadbeater
Neil is an author, essayist, poet and critic living in Edinburgh, Scotland. His work has been published widely both at home and abroad and it has been translated into several languages. His latest publications are Finding the River Horse (Littoral Press, England, 2017) and River Hoard,  (Allahabad, India, 2019). Helping other writers to realise their full potential is something that he finds very rewarding. He also enjoys the challenge of getting to grips with ancient, medieval and modern languages.

New Book Release
Reading Between the Lines (August 2021)

Featured Poet August 2019
Blackbird on a Barbed-wire Fence 
A Dazzle of Zebras

Summer In The Fast Lane (September 2019)
A Young Person’s Guide to Benjamin’s Britain (October 2020)
Mrs Gilhooly, Dancing (February 2021)
The Early Arrival of Flowers (December 2021)
River Poem (January 2022)

Ekphrastic Poetry
The Blue Truck (November 2019)

Book Review:
Monet in Poetry and Paint (September 2019)
Someone You Love Is Still Alive (December 2019)
LZRD – Poems from the Lizard Peninsula (January 2020)

Ripening Cherries: An Anthology of Haiku, Tanka and Haibun (Feburary 2020)
Still ( March 2020 )
Heat Signature (April 2020)
Sunland Park (May 2020)
Prayer for the Misbegotten (June 2020)
The Year of the Loch (July 2020)
Poems for the Planet (August 2020)
A Second Whisper (September2020)
Watch the Birdie (October 2020)
The Buddha Wonders If She Is Having A Mid-Life Crisis (November 2020)
Beyond the Moon’s White Claw (November 2020)
Under Smoky Light (December 2020)
The Afternoon of The Elephant and Other Poems (January 2021)
Poems from Snowdonia (February 2021)
Small as Hope in the Helicopter Rain (March 2021)
Pick Your Own (April 2021 )
Marking the Hours (May 2021)
Inhale / Exile (June 2021)
Letters Home (July 2021)
The Tin Lodes (August 2021)
The Stations of the Day (September 2021)
Beyond Birds and Answers (October 2021)
The Bone That Sang (November 2021)
Pressed Flowers (December 2021)
Staring at a Hoopoe (January 2022)
Marrow of Summer (Feburary 2022)
My Side of the River (March 2022)
Our Shared Breath (April 2022)
Jordemoder: Poems of a Midwife (May 2022)
ten mile creek almanac (June 2022)
Shaking the Persimmon Tree (July 2022)
The White Hydrangeas (August 2022)
The Splash of Easy Laughter (September 2022)
Honorifics (October 2022)
The Incidental Marshman (November 2022)
Seasons of Damage and Beauty (December 2022)
Time Matters (January 2023)
Shield the Joyous (February 2023)
Still (March 2023)
The Lost Language of Shadows (April 2023)
The Ghostly Effect (May 2023)
The Way to the River (June 2023)
I Left My Hair in San Francisco (July 2023)
Wild Orchids (August 2023)
Earth Walker (September 2023)
Midwest Medley (October 2023)
Today and Other Seasons (November 2023)
A Pocketful of Chalk (December 2023)
The Turpentine Tree (January 2024)
Under the Broom Tree (Feburary 2024)
Meet Me Out There (March 2024)
Blues, Prayers, & Pagan Chants (April 2024)
Feet in L.A., But My Womb Lives In Jerusalem, My Breath In Vermont (May 2024)
High Nowhere (June 2024)

In the Mood for Orange: An Interview with Lori Levy (September 2021)
Poetry in a Coastal Setting: An Interview with Greg Gregory (October 2021)
An interview with Wilda Morris (December 2021)
An interview with Lynne Hjelmgaard (January 2022)
Spending Time in Different Worlds: An Interview with Lenora Rain-Lee Good (Feburary 2022)
Madison on my mind: An interview with Gillian Nevers (April 2022)
Talking of Many Things: An Interview with Richard Greene (July 2022)
Long Journey Home: An Interview with James Green (August 2022)
Poetry as a Healing Art: An Interview with Charlotte Digregorio (September 2022)
An Interview with Andrea Potos (October 2022)
Opening Eden’s Gate: An Interview with Sheri Lindner (November 2022)
An Interview with Gail Entrekin (December 2022)
An interview with Carl “Papa” Palmer (January 2023)
An interview with Kathy Lohrum Cotton (February 2023)
An Interview with Barbara Crooker (March 2023)
An interview with Mervyn Linford (April 2023)
An Interview with Gail Goepfert (May 2023)
An interview with Elena Karina Byrne (June 2023)
An Interview with Shutta Crum (July 2023)
An Interview with Simon Fletcher (August 2023)
An Interview with Ros Woolner (September 2023)
An Interview with Patricia Williams (October 2023)
An Interview with Sarah Russell (November 2023)
Interview with Claire Booker (December 2023)

Short Stories:
Jude and the Gentle Art of Juggling (May 2023)


Wayne Lee
Wayne Lee (wayneleepoet.com) lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His collections include Twenty Poems from the Blue House (co-authored with his wife, Alice Lee, Whistle Lake Press), Doggerel & Caterwauls: Poems Inspired by Cats and Dogs and the forthcoming Leap, Float (both from Red Mountain Presss.

High Desert Monsoon (December 2011)
Featured Poet Feburary 2012*
The Mother of the Bride Sleeps In
Ten Koans from a Marriage
Two Cats

Ekphrastic Poetry:
His Braids (May 2012)
Virga (January 2021)


Allyson Legato
Allyson is a single mom and Retired Vet from Idaho. Involved with Project Healing Waters and fly fishing along with many other outdoor activities.

Featured Photographer March 2018

Laura LeHew
Laura is the author of a full-length book of poems, two chapbooks, numerous articles and with poems in Eleven Eleven, Ghost Town and PANK among others. She knows nothing of gardens or gardening but is well versed in the cultivation of cats.

To Beckon a Perfect Lover (February 2014)
The Cat, the Coyote and the Crow (March 2014)

Amber Leffler 

Neon Signs of America (Dec 2007)
I Told You I Would Write This Goddamn Poem (February 2008)
Infatuation vs. Entropy (February 2008)
What Lasts (February 2008)

Janet Leister
Janet is a dreamer/word artist/librarian and is currently involved in starting a small press in the Pacific Northwest with life partner and Linux/network guru Daniele Barbero. They are most currently active in spackling, painting, tiling, installing laminate flooring, cabinets and plumbing fixtures and other assorted fun while restoring the house that belongs to Janet's 103-year-old grandmother. 

Featured Poet December 2013
Waxing Gibbous

The Wall (June 2001)
The Letters, A Poetic Correspondence (June 2002)
Minuet (Feb 2002)
Flight of Sin (a sonnet) (Feb 2002)
HappyTrails (Feb 2002)
Porphyria's Reply (March 2002)
And We Drove (April 2002)
Desire and Silence (April 2002)
A Song for Stephen (Feb 2004)
The Eclipse (Jan 2005)
Blackberries (February 2006)
St. Helens (June 2008)
Rain (January 2009)
Look Homeward (July 2010)

Recipe (with Daniele Barbero):
Biscotti alla Nocciole (Hazelnut Biscotti)

Short Stories:
Cherokee Christmas (Dec 2001)
Family Remembers Life of Murdered Woman (November 2002)

Sharmagne Leland - St. John

Sharmagne is a Native American performance poet, 22 time Pushcart Prize nominee, concert performer, artist and filmmaker. She divides her time between her home in the Hollywood Hills, in Southern California, "Brown Hackle Lodge", her fly fishing Lodge/B&B, in the Pacific Northwest,  her artist and writer's retreat in Taos, New Mexico and a villetta in Tuscany. Her poetry books include Unsung Songs,  Silver Tears and Time, Contingencies, La Kalima, A Raga for George Harrison, Images: A Collection of Ekphrastic Poetry and The Trip, a richly illustrated children’s book. She is co-author of Designing Movies: Portrait of a Hollywood Artist. Editor of Cradle Songs: An Anthology of Poems on Motherhood, which won the 2013 International Book Award. Her poetry and short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies world wide. Sharmagne is the founder of fog dog poetry in Arlington, Washington. Quill and Parchment Poetry at The Vaucluse Lounge in West Hollywood, California  and owner of Hecho en Echo, an eclectic recycling/repurposing/regifting shop in Echo Park, California

Interview (June 2001)

Special Award Announcement February 2023

New Book Release (October 2020)
A Raga for George Harrison  

New Book Release (April 2021)
IMAGES: A Collection of Ekphrastic Poetry (April 2021 )

New Book Release December 2021
The Trip

*Bio August 2018 Sharmagne Leland-St.John
*Biography December 2018*
Bio June 2021
Bio Featured Artist May 2022
Featured Photographer January 2023

Bio May 2023

Featured Photographer June 2023:
Bio Page (June 2023)

Ah, The Secrets of the Night Sky! (June 2002)
All He's Left Me (May 2002)
A Single Long Stem Rose (June 2002)
Dusk Is Falling Gently (February 2002)
I Said Coffee (February 2002)
I Sing You The Morning (July 2001)
I Will Dance For You (April 2002)
Just Last Week (October 2001)
Let Freedom Ring (October 2001)
Michael (December 2001)
Monday Matineé (March 2001)
No Firefly Summer (July 2001)
Wahini (July 2001)
Oh Life (November 2001)
Spirit (As Walks Far Woman April 2002)
Tiny Warrior (June 2001)
Where Does Your Culture End and Mine Begin? (with Kaila Chan January (2002)
Lace (July 2002)
Raindrops (July 2002)
Little Toy Soldier (July 2002)
Seascape (August 2002)
Memoire (Sept 2002)
Unconditional Love (October 2002)
Remember (October 2002)
Yes, I Know! (November 2002)
Promised Land (November2002)
Indian Corn (December 2002)
Butterfly (January 2003)
My Soul To Keep (February 2003)
A Calico Apron (March 2003)
Coyote Song (April 2003)
Nasturtiums (May 2003)
Poetry Of Lies (June 2003)
If I Knew (July 2003)
The Trip (July 2003)
After Many A Summer (August 2003)
Pearl's Song (Sept 2003)
Claudia's Song (Oct 2003)
The Ginger Jar (Nov 2003)
Bamboo (Dec 2003)
Windy City 2004 (Jan 2004)
Spanish Steps (Feb 2004)
The House of Blue Leaves (March 2004)
Wind Song 2004 (April 2004)
Desert Nights ( June 2004)
On the Riverboat That Day (July 2004)
For As Long As the Rivers Flow (Sept 2004)
Dreamscape (Oct 2004)
Wild Dark Love Song (Nov 2004)
Love In The Afternoon (Feb 2005)
In the Alder Grove (March 2005)
Tomorrow Never Knows (April 2005)
Autobiography of a Young Girl: Chapter I (May 2005)
Every Song (June 2005)
There Were Dry Red Days (July 2005)
The Tyne and the Tay the Tweed and the Dee (July 2005)
There Was a Time (August 2005)
She Wore a Gown of Shadow(Oct 2005)
Where the Mallow Grows (Nov 2005)
Cat's Cradle (December 2005)
Triptich (January 2006)
Metamorphoses (March2006)
My Muse Has the Blues (April 2006)
Rose (May 2006)
Arlington (June 2006)
Two Tin Cans and a String (July 2006)
Evolution(August 2006)
The Reason My Suitcase Was So Heavy (Oct 2006)
Winter (December 2006)
Words (November 2006)
Ticonderoga Wind (January2007)
Wedding (February 2007)
One, Two, Three, Four (April 2007)
Contingencies (May 2007)
Peace? (June 2007)
Snug Harbour (July 2007)
Villanelle (August 2007)
Anna Mae Pictou~Aquash (September 2007)
Hey, It Was the Sixties! (November 2007)
Lake (Dec 2007)
The Mystery of You (January 2008)
The Ring (February 2008)
Long Time Gone (March 2008)
Ariel (April 2008)
Love-In (April 2008)
Rite of Passage (April 2008)
Apple Blossoms (May 2008)
We Spoke of Many Things (June 2008)
You Who Sing (July 2008)
Multicarinata (August 2008)
Train of Thought (September 2008)
Jane (October 2008)
Eulogy for Hector Pieterson 1964 – 1976 (November 2008)
Haiku Rules? (December 2008)
Rain (January 2009)
Good-bye (Feburary 2009)
Things I Would Have Given To My Mother Had She Asked: (May 2009)
A Father's Tale (June 2009)
Grandfather Windsong (July 2009)
Feminicidios (August 2009)
Hoover Street School (Sept 2009)
Snow (January 2010)
Upon Going To Erica’s Office On Second Street For the First Time (April 2010)
Starling (June 2010)
Spirits in the Wind (January 2011)
June 22, 2010 (February 2011)
Isles of Shoals (April 2011)
Sea of Cortez (August 2011)
Long Dusty Memories (November 2011)
Lorca (April 2012)
Grandchild (May 2012)
El Norte (August 2012)
Machu Picchu (September 2012)
Æolian (October 2012)
that old soft music (February 2013)
La Kalima (March 2013)
Navé (April 2013)
Daughter (May 2013)
Africa (July 2013)
Cairn (September 2013)
Upon Awakening (October 2013)
Zephyr (March 2014)
Beach Music (July 2014)
The Bone Shakers (October 2014)
Abraham (December 2014)
Night Song (January 2015)
She dreams... (February 2015)
Things I'll do now that he's gone (March 2015)
Matilde (April 2015)
Gemini II (June 2015)
Tuscany 2012 (November 2015)
Gong Xi Fa Cai (January 2016)
Silent Spring (July 2016)
Summer's End (September 2016)
You Who Sing (November 2016)
Ed's Poem (December 2016)
Song Lines (January 2017)
Tuscany 2012 (Feburary 2017)
March 23 (March 2017)
A Conversation with Herself (April 2017)
Papoose (May 2017)
Loon Lake (July 2017)
everything I had was blue (Feburay 2018)
Eliza (July 2018)
Lizard Queen (October 2018)
When all the world was white (December 2018)
Ugo Foscolo (April 2019)  
The Millpond (June 2019)
Golden Apples of the Sun (Feburary 2020)
"Down cellar," said the cricket (April 2020)
Birdsong (September 2020)
Columbine’s Song to Harlequin (October 2020)
Night Sounds (November 2020)
Sogno Italiano Cercasi (December 2020)
Shelter in Place (January 2021)
The Red Barn (February 2021)
 Anaïs (April 2021 )
There was a river… (August 2021)
Battle of Branxton Moor (September 2021)
All morning the crows (October 2021)
Four Clerihews (November 2021)
The Secret of the Rose (December 2021)
Her Sax Man  (January 2022)
Tuscany 2019 (Feburary 2022)
There is a thing in me that dreamed of trees (March 2022)
Clerihew for Phillis (April 2022)
Gemini (May 2022)
The Renaissance Pleasure Faire (May 2022)
'Midst Green Grass and Dew-steeped Flowers (June 2022)
Aria (August 2022)
Lingering Memories (September 2022)
Autumn Memories (October 2022)
Acrostic for Autumn (November 2022)
Black and White photograph c.1950 (December 2022)
Unrequited Love (February 2023)
Mistral (March 2023)
Dear Pablo (April 2023)
What Did the Sock Say to the Needle?(May 2023)
Lake Como (July 2023)
August in Taos (August 2023)
August rain: the best of the summer gone*
It Came When Autumn Came (October 2023)
The Proposal (November 2023)
A Golden Shovel Acrostic for Louise Glück (December 2023)
Indian Relocation 1956 (January 2024)
Hearts and Flowers (Feburary 2024)
March Winds (March 2024)
The Murder of Bess (April 2024)
Last Day of May (May 2024)
Tina & Her Pony (June 2024)

harbour ( June 2001)
rivers ( June 2001)
still water ( June 2001)
Early Morning Haiku (August 2002)
Haikufest '06 (August 2006)
Haiku (June 2020)
Early Morning Haiku (July 2021)


Ekphrastic Poetry
La Chambre à Arles (January 2012)
Ascent (Feburary 2012)
Tiger Swallowtail on Autumn Verbena Just Before Sunset (March 2012)
Dreaming (May 2016)
El Camion (October 2017)
Winter 1868 ~ Normandy (December 2017 )
“Closed For The Season" (September 2018)
Erika (November 2018)
Fly Fishing in January (January 2019)
Horoscope  (Feburary 2019)
Images (March 2019)
Bruna Vieira gathers flowers (May 2019)
Verismo  (July 2019)
By and Bye (Alki) (August 2019)
White Orchids (October 2019)
Blue Truck (November 2019)
Mondello (December 2019)
Red Willow Creek (January 2020)
Deserted Beach ( March 2020 )
Dilly's Quilt (May 2020)
Cefalù (June 2020)
I've Come to Know (July 2020)
The Silver Singing River (August 2020)
Your journey's just begun…(December 2020)
Walking Rain (January 2021)
Malibu (February 2021)
Pink Flamingos (March 2021)
Girasol (May 2021)
Still Life (June 2021)
Leda Remembers (July 2021)
Outta Gas (September 2021)
Summer's Gone Now (October 2021)
Afternoon Mood (November 2021)
Walk in Beauty (December 2021)
The Potting Shed (January 2022)
Christopher's Garden (March 2022)
The Green Boat (June 2022)
Taos Sky (July 2022)
Barrier Island (August 2022)
Hallstatt (September 2022)
Reflections (November 2022)
Aspens in a Winter Garden (January 2023)
Red Hook (March 2023)
Rosebud (May 2023)
Portrait (June 2023)
Tsé bighínílíní(July 2023)
Catamaran on Cedar Lake (August 2023)
Lake Matsubara (September 2023)
Laundry Day! (October 2023)
Woodstock (November 2023)
Winter at Ojo (December 2023)
On this Pale Pink Morning (January 2024)
Archie (March 2024)
A Rose by Any Other Name (May 2024)
My Happy Place (June 2024)

Jimmy's Song (May 2004)
I Might Come Home Someday (August 2004)
Freight Train (Dec 2004)
Wind Song (Sept 2005)
I Read Between Your Lines (February2006)
Perhaps (Sept2006)
Just One More Tomorrow (October 2007)
Charmaine (March 2007)
My Lady Went Planting (March 2009)

Short Stories and Articles:
First Date (July 2001)
Gentle Winds (December 2001)
Out On A Limb (November 2001)
A Secret from my Garden (July 2001)
Strawberry Cordial (August 2001)
Honey The Christmas Bear (December 2002)
Murmur (April 2003)
My Buddha Garden (Jan 2005)
Happy Birthday to us! (May 2005)
The ABCs of Poetry — Poets and Writers on Poetry and the use of Language (April 2009)
Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink (June 2009)
The Locket (October 2009)
“Gitanita" (July 2010)
Dance As If No One Is Watching (October 2010)
Sharmagne Leland-St. John How Important is One Vote? (November 2010)
It's hard to swallow with a lump in your throat (December 2010)
The Halloween Slumber Party (October 2015)

Remembering Ed Bennett (December 2016)

Interview with Featured Author Lee Hubbard (September 2010)
Radio interview: Book of the Month: La Kalima (January 2011)
Sharmagne Leland-St. John (April 2013)

Two Voice Dialogues:
Butterfly Catcher (November 2001)

Book Excerpts
Mexican Honeymoon (June 2013)

Bio: Sharmagne Leland-St. John
The Moon in Abaco (June 2002)
Fishing Flies (June 2006)
Autumn in the Pacific Northwest (November 2008)
Clouds (March 2009)
Pansies (May2009)
Renaissance Pleasure Faire (June 2009)
Flag Collection (July 2009)
Travel Photographs (September 2009)
The Rez Road (November 2009)
The Cotswolds and Beyond (March 2010)
Flags (July 2010)
Montauk after the storm (August 2010)
Assorted scenic photograph's (September 2010)
Featured Photographer (October 2010)
Postcards from Italy (November 2010)
Rainbows (January 2011)
Birds ( March 2011)
May flowers (May 2011)
Light house photo's (July 2011)
Photo Safari Around the Planet (August 2011)
Barns of the Pacific Northwest (September 2011)
Holloween (October 2011)
Snow (December 2011)
Hearts (Feburary 2012)
Butterflys (March 2012)
Model: Daisy-Alexandra Sylbert-Torres (February 2013)
Featured Photographer (September 2013)
Love Stamps (February 2014)
Butterfly's (July 2014)
Austria (August 2014)
Pumkins (October 2014)
December scenes (December 2014)
Valentine Flowers (February 2015)
Patagonia & Chile (March 2015)
Scenic views from around the world (June 2015)
Rustic Barns (July 2015)
Featured Photographer (August 2015)
"Town and Country"(September 2015)
Sunrise & Sunsets (October 2015)
Fall landscapes (November 2015)
Rosie's Chrysanthemums & Blue Glass (January 2016)
Beautiful windows ,Isola di Burano, Italy (May 2016)
Sunrise~Sunset (June 2016)
Birds of Summer (July 2016)
Light houses (August 2016)
Taos, New Mexico~(January 2017)
Taos to CA (August 2017)
Vintage Typewriters (September 2017)
Valentines Issue Feburay 2018
Sharmagne Leland-St. John, title photo (April 2018)
Water Scenes (August 2018) *
Taos (December 2018)
Red Willow River~Taos Pueblo, Taos, New Mexico January 2019
Harold Acton Library/The British Institute, Firenze, Italy (April 2019)
Photos of Italy (June 2019)
New Mexico October 2019 & bio
Romantic Italy & Bio Feburary 2020
Tea and Biscuits April 2020
Lorenzo Ghiberti's Gates of Paradise July 2020
Birds ~ March 2021
Featured Photographer June 2021
Featured photographer July 2021
Fall Photography October 2021
Featured Photographer January 2023
*Featured Photographer April 2023*
Sharmagne's Desk
Iliad Bookshop NoHo, CA
Featured Photographer May 2023
Italy Featured Photographer (June 2023)
Featured Photographer, books & lamp: April 2024

Water color (September 2002)
A Single Long Stem Rose (A Watercolour) (June 2002)
4th of July Water Colour Painting (July 2002)
Snowman watercolor and holly graphics (Dec 2009)
Winter paintings (January 2009)
Watercolours (August 2013)
Tile Art (May 2022 )

Poetry Video:
Tiny Warrior (May 2009)
Oh Life (January 2013)

January 2002
Algonquin Wild Nut Soup (Paganens)
March 2002
Chinook Salmon Mousse
Dutch Dill Casserole Bread
February 2002
Fleur d'Eau Creme Soupe
May 2002
Four Herb Turkey
April 2002
Sautauthig/Cornmeal Blueberry Pudding
August 2002
Chilled Lemon Soup with Orzo and Zucchini
September 2002
Chumash Pumpkin Pancakes
October 2002
Klamath Kumquat and Cranberry Compote
November 2002
Pumpkin Cheese Cake
Pumpkin (or Sweet Potato) Fry Bread
April 2003
Dying Easter Eggs
May 2003
Pasta Shells with Fresh Herbs
Nasturtium Salad
July 2003
Rose Cooler and Rose Bowl
August 2003
Nasturtium Risotto
Root Beer and Vanilla Ice Cream
September 2003
Papaya Salsa
Orange Flavoured Zuccini Bread
October 2003
San Poil Pumpkin Stew
November 2003
Mussels with Fresh Herbs
Chestnut Stuffing
December 2003
Old Maryland Eggnog
Roast Goose With Hazelnut, Wild Rice and Green Apple Stuffing
January 2004
Chestnut Soup
Fennel, Walnut and Apple Salad
Gingerbread Cake with Carmelised Pears and Ginger Whipping Cream
February 2004
Thai Shrimp and Lemongrass Soup
Valentine's Day Jewel Box Cake
March 2004
Irish Gooseberry Crumble
April 2004
Matzo Brei
Sharmagne's Spring Salad with Romaine Lettuce
California Crab Cakes
Stuffed Mushroom Caps
May 2004
May Wine
Rose Petal Bread
June 2004
Three Fish Mousse
Salsa Verde
July 2004
Linguini with Lemon Sauce
Cherry-Walnut Fromage
August 2004
Nasturtium Caprese
Tri-Coloré Pasta with Shallot and Proscuitto Sauce
September 2004
Zucchini Stuffed with Gourmet Treats
Rainbow Trout Wrapped in Grape Leaves and Stuffed with Herbs
October 2004
Liver Paté from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John and Richard Sylbert
Sorrel Soup
November 2004
Cranberry Tomato Salsa
Persimmon avec Citron Vert
Pumpkin Yam Pudding
Six Herb Turkey Breasts
December 2004
Venison Roast
Fruit Mincemeat
January 2005
Hot Chocolate Supreme
San Poil Pumpkin Soup
Old Fashioned Ginger Bread
February 2005
Cranberry and Sour Cream Muffins
Linguine with Caviar in Lemon Sauce
Valentine's Day Creme Bruleé
March 2005
Easter Egg Salad Mold
Tangerine Lamb Roast
Lemon Squares
May 2005
Spinach, Dandelion and Roasted Garlic Salad
Tarragon Tuna Salad
Velvet Cream with Fraise du Bois
June 2005
Eggs Hattie
Corn Bread
Orange Vinagrette
Poached Salmon with Cucumber Dill Sauce
July 2005
Scotch Eggs
French-Style Potato Salad
Country Fried Chicken
Lemon Meringue Pie
Shoo-Fly Pie
August 2005
How To Make a Proper Cup of Tea
Cucumber Sandwiches
Tomato and Arugula Sandwiches
Chicken Walnut Sandwiches
Mock Devon Cream
Cherry Buttermilk Scones
English Crumpets
Maids Of Honour
September 2005
Black Eyed Peas with Okra Pickles and Red Peppers
Spiced Salt
October 2005
Apple Soup
Pumpkin Risotto
Pumpkin Crème Brûlée
Mulled Apple or Pear Cider
November 2005
Turkey Hash(November 2005)
Turkey Pot Pie(November 2005)
Persimmon Bread(November 2005)
Pumpkin Risotto(November 2005)
December 2005
Wassail (December 2005)
Honey Baked Ham (December 2005)
Sharmagne's Split Pea Soup (December 2005)
Christmas Plum Pudding (December 2005)
Jug Jug (December 2005)
Soul Cake (December 2005)
January 2006
White Hot Chocolate (January 2006)
Welsh Rarebit (Caws Pobi) (January 2006)
Elk Stew with Acorn Dumplings (January 2006)
Candied Walnuts (January 2006)
February 2006
Salmon "Hearts"
Champagne and Chocolate Coated Strawberries
March 2006
Asparagus and Prosciutto
Cold Broccoli Curry Soup
Spring Lamb with Scallion Marinade
April 2006
Sunflower Seed Soup
Bread Crumb and Parsley-Coated Spring Lamb
Stuffed Grape Leaves
Mouhamara (Walnut, Red Pepper, and Pomegranate Dip)
May 2006
Tomato-Lime Salsa (May 2006)
Guacamole Supreme (May 2006)
Chiles Rellenos (May 2006)
Chicken Fajitas (May 2006)
Gingeritas (May 2006)
Watermelon Margaritas (May 2006)
June 2006
Quiche Lorraine
Capellini Capresé
Lemon Sweet and Sour Topping
Sapphire Smoothie
July 2006
Tomato Salsa with Blue Corn Tortilla Chips and Cream Cheese
"Aye Chichuaua" Chili
Smoked Potatoes
August 2006
Watermelon Punch
Hawaiian Smoked Salmon Dip
Cold Avocado Soup with Mango-Pepper Salsa
Strawberry Chiffon Pie
September 2006
Zip Lock Omelets
Garlic Croutons
Lime Lettuce Fruit Salad
Pork Chops with Capers and Sour Cream Sauce
October 2006
Pomegranate Jelly
Okra and Corn
Key Lime Cream Tart
November 2006
Turkey Meatloaf
Cranberry Mousse
December 2006
Cranberry Margaritas
Curried Yam Latkes with Mustard Seeds
Lamb's Wool
January 2007
Elk Steak
Chicken and Dumplings
Chestnut Ice Cream
Candied Walnuts
February 2007
Risotto Cakes with Arrabbiata Sauce
Valentine's Day Love Letters
Chocolate Mousse
March 2007
Avocado, Pomegranite, and Pine Nut Salad
Irish Stew
Herbed Chevre Dumplings
Rosemary Ice
Irish Coffee
April 2007
Deviled Eggs
Potage Germiny
Marinated Peach-Maple Ham Steak
Feta Cheese and Carmelised Walnut Salad
Meringues (April 2007)
May 2007
Danish Mary
Quiche Lorraine Sharmagne
Shrimp with Candied Walnuts in White Sauce
June 2007
Salade Niçoise
David's Grape Brulée
July 2007
4th of July Sangria
Mussels in Chilled Wine Sauce
August 2007
Orange and Jicama Salad
Cucumber Dill Chilled Soup
Sour Cherry Ice Cream
September 2007
Patsy's Famous Cheese Blintzes
Brisket of Beef
Holiday Pie
October 2007
Diné Corn Chowder
Pumpkin or Squash Blossom Fritters
Baked Acorn Squash with Butternut Syrup
Autumn Pumpkin Roll
November 2007
Turkey Penne
Cardamon Ice Cream
Basil Tea
Hot Mulled Wine
December 2007
Lemon Drop Martini
Holiday Date Nut Spread
Red Pepper Soup with Lime
Bangers and Mash
Mixed Grill
Potato Latkes With Homemade Applesauce
Kwanzaa Sweet Potato Pecan Bars
January 2008
Panettone French Toast
Crème Crécy
Stillaguamish Molé
Feburary 2008
Garlic Bread Supreme
Bolognese Sylbert
March 2008
Easter-Egg Salad
Hornazo Salmantino
Dublin Coddle
Maple Walnuts
Irish Ghost & Irish Cappuccino
April 2008
Guacamole and Caviar Dip
Cassoulet de Toulouse
Testa di Insalata Viva
Pear Sorbet
May 2008
Oatmeal Royale
Orange Cucumber Infusion
Cinco de Mayo Fish Stew
Apple Ice
June 2008
Sorrel and Radish Salad
Mom’s Old Fashioned Meatloaf for Dad
Mulberry Ice
July 2008
Chili Garlic Ginger Hot Sauce
4th of July Fried Chicken
August 2008
Pimm's Cup
Salmon with Dill and Lemon wrapped in Grape Leaves
September 2008
Corn and Pepper Soup
Chicken Mirin
October 2008
Pumpkin Timbales with Shallot & Bacon Garnish
Shrimp Diablo over Pumpkin Risotto
Spinach, Pepita and Pomegranate Salad with Feta
November 2008
Turkey Waldorf Salad with Apricot and Ginger
Corn-Bread Stuffing
Turkey Dumplings
Thanksgiving Pumpkin Ice Cream
December 2008
Hot Buttered Rum Colonial Style
Colonial Shepherd's Pie
Banoffee Pie
Candied Popcorn Balls
January 2009
Algonquin Wild Nut Soup (Paganens)
River House Rosemary~Olive Bread
Tilapia in a White Wine, Tomato, Olive and Caper Sauce
Green Salad with Green Goddess Dressing
February 2009
Peach Bellini
Caviar Omelet
Shrimp in Avocado Boats
Wild Rice Salad
March 2009
Orange and Fennel Salad
Beef and Guinness Pie
April 2009
Bath Tea Bags
Ginger Herbal Tea
Candied Violets
Lavender Cream Scones
Crème Fraîche
May 2009
Blueberry Maple Creme Supreme
Whitefish Salad
June 2009
Sweet Capon
Swithin Cream
Mulled Apple or Pear Cider
July 2009
Long Island Iced Tea
Grilled Buffalo Burgers
Wenache Watermelon Ice
August 2009
Cajun Salmon and Spice Mix
Whidbey Island Crab and Shrimp Boil
Shrimp Cocktail Sauce
Crab Salad with Louisiana Style Rémoulade
September 2009
Halibut with Fennel~Artichoke~Kiwi Salsa
Raspberry~Mango Frogurt Smoothie
October 2009
Ojawashkwawegad (Algonquin Wild Green Salad)
Hearty San Poil Venison Stew
Stuffed Baby Pumpkins
Orange-Pumpkin-Gingersnap Tiramisù
Mary Sees Fudge
November 2009
"Pumpkin Pie" Cordial
Spicy Ginger Sweet Potato Soup
Turkey Scallop
Cranberry-White Chocolate Cheesecake
Cranberry Clementine Syrup
Roast Chestnuts
December 2009
Royal Eggnog
Piñon Soup
Brandied Goose with Chestnut Stuffing
Roasted Saffron Potatoes
Green Salad with Cranberry Vinagrette and Panettone Croutons
Cranberry Vinagrette
Spiced Pomegranate Baked Pears
January 2010
Mocha Punch
Onion Soup Gratinée
Croque Monsieur
Feburary 2010
Valentine Kir Royale
Valentine’s Day Taffy
Jordan Almonds
March 2010
Ukraine Chilled Borscht
Caspian Black Bread
Tea Smoked Sturgeon on Black Bread Toast Points
Eggs Ala Russe
Russian Dressing
Russian Cream with Strawberries Romanoff
White Russian
April 2010
Lemon Verbena-Mint Tea
Banana Nut Bread
Lemon Verbena Sorbet
Lemon Cream-Blackberry Tartlets
May 2010
Capellini Frittata
Ginger Sorbet
Cardamom and Rose Water Rice Pudding (Shir-berenj)
June 2010
Cornish Game Hen with Dried Fruit Stuffing
Sholeh Zard
Creamed Papaya Delight
July 2010
Oat Pie Crust
Peppers and Hummus
August 2010
Chilled Melon Soup
Lemon-Rosemary Risotto with Crumbled Feta
Spicy Salmon Lettuce Wraps
September 2010
Lavender~Rosemary~Lime Chicken
Chicken Stock
Matzoh Balls
Bouquet Garni Seasoning
Apple Cake with Cardamom and Almonds
October 2010
Pork Chops and Autumn Vegetables
Lavender Crème Brûlée
Dahlia Salad
Faux Mayonnaise
November 2010
Montpelier Butter
Grape ~ Walnut ~ Turkey Salad
Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse Pie
Mascarpone and Golden Cream Syrup Ice Cream
Conversion Table for Cooking Around the World
December 2010
Red Bell Peppers with Capers and Anchovies
Pearl Onions with Peas
Kahlua Egg Cream
January 2011
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
Old Fashioned Spoon Bread
February 2011
Cupid’s Punch
Flourless Chocolate Cake
Limoncello Ice Cream
March 2011
Kiwi ~ Tangerine Salad
Mock Mashed Potatoes
Baked Pears with Oatmeal Crisp
Broccoli and Cashew Salad
April 2011
Poetry Tea
Poppy Seed Cake
Almond-Custard Tea Tarts
May 2011
Easter Egg Salad
Rose~Saffron~Pistachio Ice Cream
June 2011:
Skinny Margarita
Tomatillo Salsa
Bacon-Honey Grilled Corn
Grilled Pineapple
July 2011
Watermelon and Arugula Salad
Macaroni and White Cheese with Truffle Oil
Orange You Glad It’s Chocolate?
August 2011
Sweet Pea Dip
Spinach and Strawberry Salad
Salmon-Caraway Sandwiches
Brocolli and Cheese Soup
September 2011
Angel Hair Frittata
Manhattan Clam Chowder
Ruby Grapefruit Sorbet
October 2011
Pumpkin Chili
Pumpkin Custard with Glazed Spicy Pecans
Spicy Glazed Pecans
Pumpkin Eggnog
November 2011
Earl Grey Oatmeal
Chestnut Pancakes
Nekkesan (Turkey or Swan Neck Pudding)
Chestnut Cheese Cake
December 2011
Date and Almond Bread Pudding with Amaretto Sauce
Caroling Toddy
January 2012
Curried Parsnip Soup
Swiss White Soup
Cranberry Cordial
Feburary 2012
BLT Appetisers
Pesto Filled Tear Drops
Valentine Pudding
Faux Whipped Cream
Cupid's Kiss
March 2012
Irish Black Ginger Coffee Cake
Beef in Guiness
Irish Oatmeal Cookies
Wild Irish Rose
April 2012
Wasabi Deviled Eggs
Spinach, Bacon and Egg Salad
Curried Hard-Boiled Eggs
May 2012
Blueberry Dutch Baby
Honey Butter
June 2012
Southwest Style Squash and Potato Salad
Fajita Seasoning
Kale and Arugula Salad with Pistachios
July 2012
Avocado Sandwich
Les Petite Macarons
White Sangria de España
Toasted Amaretto Gelato
August 2012
Bacon and Egg Salad Sandwich
Barbecued Oysters in the Half Shell
September 2012
My Breakfast with Van Gogh and Trader Joe
Mozzarella da Vinci
Bresaola with Arugula and Toscano Cheese
October 2012
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Kuku Sabzi
Quinoa Pumpkin Pancakes
Pumpkin and Sage Pasta Sauce with Pine Nuts
November 2012
Tomato Bisque
Turkey Burgers with Fresh Herbs
Curried Turkey Salad Sandwiches
Nantucket Nacarat Cocktail
December 2012
Lakota Plum Cakes
Raspberry Butter
Acorn Squash Stuffed with Wild Rice
January 2013
Kate's Cornbread
Red Lentil Soup with Olives
Pomegranate Roasted Chicken
Pumpkin Mashed Potatoes
Tarte Tatin
February 2013
Valentine's Day French Toast Hearts
Red Hot Scones
Red Velvet Heart Cake
Rose Champagne Sorbet
Kiss and Tell Raspberry-Chocolate Cocktail
March 2013
Rosemary Truffle Brei
Irish Cream Crème Brûlée
April 2013
Creole Eggs
Fisherman’s Pie
Iced Sherry Tea
May 2013
Vegetarian Enchiladas
Cinco de Mayo Bean Dip
Bacon, Tomato, Avocado Quesadilla
Holy Mole Brownies
Cranberry Mojito
June 2013
Red Cabbage and Beet Slaw with Carrot-Ginger Dressing
Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Canton Cooler
July 2013
Melon Magic
Cabbage Salad with Ramen Noodles
Cod Dijon
Sautéed Tuscan Kale
August 2013
Cucumber Sorbet
Chunky Tart Apricot Ice Cream
Watermelon-Mint Sorbet
September 2013
Shrimp Herb and Spice Rub
Red Quinoa Salad with Black Beans and Roasted Corn and Avocado
Red Pumpkin Squash Blossoms
Roasted Mixed Potato Salad
Strawberry Butermilk Ice Cream
October 2013
Maple Pecan Ice Cream
Acorn Cake
Pumpkin Sage Cream Pasta Sauce
November 2013
Mango, Persimmon, Apple Smoothie
Pear, Hazelnut and Cherry Stuffing
Turkey Escalope Marsala
Chestnut Risotto with Butternut Squash
Cranberry Chutney
December 2013
Pistachio Bark
January 2014
Gingerbread Pancakes with Peach Topping
Cranberry Beet Soup with Orange
Cream of Watercress Soup
Butter Pecan Ice Cream
February 2014
English Muffin French Toast
Bison Bacon Blue Cheese Burgers
Brown Sugar Buttermilk Pie
New Hampshire Spice Cake
March 2014
Dublin Coddle
Irish Champ
Black Velvet
April 2014
Earl Grey Tea Ice Cream
Thai Tea Ice Cream
Green Tea Ice Cream
Masala Chai Tea Latte Ice Cream
May 2014
May Eggs 
Cassoulet Tarbais
June 2014
Monte Cristo Benedict
Bacon Jam 
July 2014
New England Clam Hash
Malibu Clam Dip
August 2014
Wiener Schnitzel
German Style Potato Salad
Austrian Nockerl
Alpine Summer Punch
September 2014
Almond-Ginger Dip
Sun-Dried Tomato Tapenade
Tri-Colour Vegetable Terrine
October 2014
Multigrain Blend with Vegetables
Soul Cake
Bonfire Toffee
Fig Sidecar
November 2014
Marrons Glacés
Spicy Black Bean and Corn Stuffed Red Peppers
Roasted Veggie Fries
Root Beer Float
December 2014
Insalata di Tacchino
Bergamot Bitters
Honeydew-Cranberry Fruit Salad
Brown Butter and Sage Ice Cream
January 2015
Spicy Parsnip Soup
Garam Masala
Ginger Lamb
Dill-Lemon Rice
Creamy Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon
February 2015
Hibiscus Cooler
Aperol Spritzer
Caviar Potato Treats
Lavender Infused Honey
March 2015
Irish Oatcakes
Honey Pudding
Carageen Pudding
April 2015
The 'Coquetelon'
The Corpse Reviver #2
Negroni Cocktail
Deviled Eggs with Bacon
May 2015
Fruity Ice Ring
Pico de Gallo
Lemon Meringue Pie
Ginger-Lemon Muffins
June 2015
Grilled Georgia Peaches with Seranno Ham
Bacon and Cheese Mac
San Poil Huckleberry Pie
July 2015
French Twist Lemonade
Grilled Corn Salad with Tomatoes and Basil
Strawberry-Sour Cream Fluff
August 2015
Stuffed Celery
September 2015
Honey Raspberry Spritzer
Glazed Hazelnut-Spice Encrusted Salmon
October 2015
Caramel Apples
Sage-Cider Jelly
November 2015
Crab Dip
Maple-Sage Turkey
Pomegranate Jelly
December 2015
Winter Salad
Winter Beet Salad
Turkey-Avocado Cobb Salad
Honey- Ginger Carrots
January 2016
Cauliflower Soup
WaterCress Soup 
Feburary 2016
Red Velvet Hot Chocolate
Cherry Berry Bread
Ginger Crab Cakes
Heart to Heart Salad
March 2016
Dublin Coddle
Shepard's Pie
Old Fashioned Egg Salad
Irish Cream
April 2016
Jasmine Peach Iced Tea
Ginger Tea
Thai Iced Tea
May 2016
Chicha Morada
Nasturtium Soup
Lobster Salad with Tarragon-Shallot Dressing
June 2016
Avocado Hummus Spread
July 2016
Peach Gazpacho
Choritos with Salsa Criola
August 2016
Cheddar Cheese Omelet with Arugula, Parsley and Tomatoes
September 2016
Japanese Style Potato Salad
Barbecued Ginger-Sesame Chicken
October 2016
Potato Peel Pie
Chestnut-Squash Soup
November 2016
Louisiana Maque Choux
Pumpkin-Sweet Potato Soup
Remoulade Sauce Creole Style
Algiers Point Crawfish Fritters
December 2016
Baja Shrimp Bisque
Sour Cream and Chives Mashed Potatoes
January 2017
Ski Lift
Toasted Baguette Round
Roasted Cauliflower Florets
Wagmiza Wasna (Lakota Cookies)
Feburary 2017
Aperol Fizz
March 2017
Irish Coffee
Double Baked Potatoes
Chocolate-Stout Cupcakes
Bailey's Cream Cheese Frosting
April 2017
Bacon Wrapped Dates
Egg Nest Braided Bread
Dilled Smoked Salmon and Pasta Shell Salad
Apple Sauce for Passover
Easter Pie
May 2017
Orange Barley Water
Egg Lemonade
Spicy Mango-Shrimp Salad
Refried Beans
June 2017
Baked Parmesan Tomatoes
Dilled Smoked Salmon and Pasta Shell Salad
Cold Buttermilk Soup
July 2017
Jicama-Mango-Cabbage Slaw
Wasabi Crusted Halibut
Lime Popsicles
August 2017
Stuffed French Toast
Virgin Lime Rickey
Chilled Mango Soup
September 2017
Watermelon Cucumber Lemonade
Crab Salad with Apples
Cherokee Hickory Nut Pie
October 2017
Prosciutto-Pesto Melted Cheese Sandwiches
Fresh Pesto
Baked Parmesan Zucchini
Panna Cotta
November 2017
Pumpkin-Gingerbread Waffles
Malabi Pudding
December 2017
Roasted Vegetable Dip
Pappa di Pomodoro Toscana
Bresaola and Arugula Salad
January 2018
Carrot Rosemary Soup
Chicory-Walnut Salad
Avocado Hummus
Feburay 2018
Strawberries and Clotted Cream
Spicy Basmati-Pomegranate Rice
Blood Orange and Olive Salad
March 2018
Grilled Cabbage Wrapped in Bacon 
Barm Brack
April 2018
Asparagus with Orange Sauce
Pesto Wrap
May 2018
Black Bean and Corn Empanada 
Brer Rabbit Black Strap Molasses Barbecue Sauce 
Cinco de Mayo Nachos 
June 2018
The Virago
Chilled Poached Salmon 
Three Cheese Macaroni 
July 2018
Lillet Summer Spritzer 
Prosciutto and Fig Appetiser 
Caprese with Kalamata Olives and Grilled Tomatoes 
Spinach-Strawberry Salad 
August 2018
Bright Eyes 
White Asparagus Soup 
Beet the Heat Summer Salad 
September 2018
Herb Salad 
Tomato-Basil Risotto
November 2018
Ginger-Lemon Scones
Turkey Carcass-Dressing Soup 
December 2018
Winter Spice Cake 
January 2019
Cucumber~Basil Sorbet 
Honey Harvest Wheat Bread 
Homemade Mayonaisse 
Feburary 2019
Bosom Caresser 
March 2019
Sautéed Escarole with Fagioli Bianchi and Sausage
Sausages and Red Peppers 
April 2019
Rosemary-Lemon Sugar Cookies 
Confectioner's Sugar Frosting 
Arnold Palmer tea
Spicy Tea 
Yogi Chai Tea 
May 2019
Mango Mimosa 
Strawberry and Arugula Salad 
Lemon Capellini with Malossol Caviar 
Cinco de Mayo Guacamole Wraps 
June 2019
Elderflower Syrup and Rosé Cooler
Stuffed Bell Peppers 
July 2019
August 2019
Agua Fresca Ice Cubes 
Watermelon Margarita 
Tuna-Tomato-Scallion Salad 
September 2019
Lamb Salad with Pesto Dressing 
Truffled Deviled Eggs 
October 2019
Bison in a Pumpkin Shell
November 2019
Turkey Burgers
Black-eyed Pea Soup with Turkey Meatballs and Corn Bread Dumplings
Sweet Potato Salad
December 2019
White Christmas
British Mixed Spice
Sticky Toffee Pudding
January 2020
Cream Cheese and Wild Salmon Omelette
Belgian Endive and Pear Salad
Pumpkin Pie Spice
Spiced Walnuts
Feburary 2020
Valentine Frosé Cocktail 
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Valentine's Saltwater Taffy
March 2020
Mahogany Stew
Guinness Chocolate Pudding
April 2020
Poetry Tea
Watercress Tea Sandwiches
Cherry Tarts
Victoria Sandwich
May 2020
Spicy Panzanella
Chicken and Egg Meat Balls
Cinco de Mayo Punch
June 2020
Summer Fruit Salad
Shrimp Salad
Linguine Alle Vongole
July 2020
Sweet Potato and Red Potato Salad
Sesame Ginger Dressing
August 2020
Squash Blossom Fritters
Lamb Soft Tacos
Pine Nut Tart
September 2020
Faux Cassoulet
October 2020
Sweet and Sour Pumpkin
Savoury Chunked Pumpkin
Pumpkin-Yam Pudding
Chewy Pumpkin Cookies
November 2020
Oignon Piqué
Tomato-Gin Soup
December 2020
Chicken-Chickpea-White Bean Soup
Creamy Winter Couscous
January 2021
Sweet and Spicy Cheese and Crackers with Fig Butter
Black Lentil Stew with Yellow Corn Niblets
February 2021
Pink Drink Smoothie
Valentine's Day Tea Scones
Sweets For My Sweetie Cookies
March 2021
Potatoes O'Brien
Bailey's Irish Cream Slushy
April 2021
Lime Sorbet with Ginger-Lime Sauce
Banana Scones
English Rout Biscuits
Harlequin Finger Sandwiches
Lemon-Ginger Cheesecake Bars
May 2021
Asparagus Quiche
Shrimp Poached in Butter
June 2021
Prosciutto Arugula Mango Rollups
Utah Fry Sauce 
Avocado Mousse
July 2021
Barbecue Macaroni and Shrimp Salad
Corn on the Cob Braised in Spiced Butter
Crispy Cornflake Coated Chicken
August 2021
Sundried-Tomato Terrine
Grilled Pork Loin
Watermelon~Cucumber~Feta Salad
September 2021
Lemon Granita
Hugo Prosecco Cocktail
Chilled Artichoke Soup
October 2021
Israeli Couscous with Pine Nuts and Goji Berries
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Spicy Pumpkin Ice Cream
November 2021
Butter Pecan Ice Cream
French Onion Soup
December 2021
Grantham Ginger Biscuits
Cranberry Wassail
Smoked Salmon Chowder
January 2022
Smoked Salmon Canapés  
Old-Fadhioned Gingerbread
Thai Green Curry Chicken
Feburary 2022
Scrambled Eggs with Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon
Champagne Cocktail
March 2022
Irish Breakfast Tea
Creamy Irish Oatmeal
McCarthy Salad
April 2022
London Fog Tea
Sottish Scones
Bara Brith
May 2022
Spinach Flour Tortillas
Cinco De Mayo Corn Chowder
Mint Julep 
June 2022
Potato Salad 
Easy-Peasy Chili
Honey Lavender Ice Cream
July 2022
Cacao Frappuccino
Red Cabbage Slaw 
Butterfly Pasta with Shrimp
August 2022
Lavender Iced Tea
Curried Turkey Salad
Honey-Cinnamon Sweet Potato Fries
September 2022
Susan's Chili
Mochi Strawberry or Raspberry Ice Cream Balls
October 2022
Serbian Eggs
Periwinkles in White Wine Broth
Pecan-Maple Skillet Cookies
November 2022
Rosemary Roasted Cashews 
Grammy's Ginger Snap Cookies
Leftover Thanksgiving Dinner Sliders
Leftover Turkey Casserole
Coconut Lattes
December 2022
Chanukah Apple Sauce
Figgy Pudding
Lemon Cranberry Muffins
Winter Holiday Cranberry Sauce
January 2023
New Year's Day Brunch
Spinach Soup
Black-Eyed Peas
February 2023
A Bloody, Bloody Mary
Here’s My Heart Cookies
Valentine Chewy Brownies
March 2023
Irish Steel Cut Oats
Twice Baked Potatoes
Irish Kidney Soup
April 2023
Lavender Tea Cakes
Mint Tea
Soothing Lavender Tea
Sage Tea
Easter Sunday Scripture Cake
May 2023
Seasoned Avocado
Sopita de Fideo
Cinco de Mayo Tacos
June 2023
Avocado Toast with Sardines
Bison Meatloaf
Summer Picnic Potato Salad
July 2023
Tex-Mex Black Bean Dip
Spicy Slaw
Papaya with Blueberries 
August 2023
Coconut Almond Butter with Peach Slices
Green Salad with Barbecue Chicken Breast
Banana-Walnut Ice Cream
September 2023
Cantaloupe~Peach~Banana Smoothie
Sharmagne's Homemade Chip Dip
October 2023
Baked Squash with Pecans
Mashed Potatoes, Ranch Style
Pumpkin-Ginger Cookies
November 2023
Pumpkin and Turnip Soup
Cranberry-Orange Turkey Breast
Salted Maple Ice Cream
December 2023
Green salad with pomegranate and garlic flowers
Holiday Goose with Chestnut Stuffing
Cranberry-Orange Sauce
January 2024
Franjelico Martini
February  2024
Strawberry Jam Tarts
Chocolate Strawberry Hearts
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March 2024
Fried Cabbage
Slow Cooker Irish Lamb Stew
Irish Soda Bread
April 2024
Rosehip Tea
Lemon~Lavender Tea
Chocolate Biscuit Cake
Teatime Apple Muffins
May 2024
Scrambled Eggs with Nutmeg and Lemon Zest
Rose Petal Bread
June 2024
Tuscan Artichoke Salad
Bison Lasagna
Lamb Burgers with Fig Chutney
Spicy Fig Chutney

Dave LeGates
Dave is a long time satirist from Connecticut who works in the health care field. His website Fun @ Dave's World has published weekly since February, 1997. 

911 Tuesday 9/11 (October 2001) 

Short Stories and Articles:
Lumpy Rutherford..aka Grab a Tab and a Smile! (July 2001)

Shirley Ann Leonard
Shirley Anne is the editor of WestWard Quarterly, a poetry journal that presents positive, uplifting poetry. Her poetry has been published in five chapbooks, numerous periodicals, and two books.

A Noble Proverb (January 2009)

Phillip Levine
Phillip Levine is a poet, actor, director, yurt dweller and has been known to refer to himself as a "poet, approximate.." 

Hooked (July2007)

Wayne Allen Levine

I Still Love November (November 2011)


Martin H. Levinson
Martin is a member of the Authors Guild, National Book Critics Circle, and the book review editor for ETC: A Review of General Semantics. He has published nine books and numerous articles and poems in various publications. He holds a PhD from NYU and lives in Forest Hills, New York.

Summer's End (September 2016)


Lori Levy
New Book Release January 2024
What Do You Mean When You Say Green?
And Other Poems of Color

You Ask About Ham (December 2020)
I Fly to Israel for My Mother’s 84th Birthday (May 2021)
Featured Poet June 2021*
Thank You, Doctor
The Golden Years
We Meet Once a Week at the Butcher’s
Rocks, Sand, Water (July 2021)
Rebel (December 2023)
Letter to Donald Hall (April 2024)



Lou Lewis

On The Hudson Line-Poughkeepsie to New York (November 2016)


Ron Libbrecht
Featured Artist July 2012


Yin Lichuan

New Book Release (September 2021)
Karma: Poems


Lyn Lifshin
(July 12,1942 ~ December 9, 2019)
Lyn Lifshins' Bio 

The Wallpaper in My Mother's Hall (May 2004)
The Gold Dresses ( May 2004)
My Mother and the Lilacs ( May 2004)
Even After 9 Years ( May 2004)
Feet (June 2004)
Red Sky in the Morning (July 2004)
Twenty Four Trillium (May 2005)
On The Hottest July Nights (July 2005)
That Other August (August 2005)
 Feeding Ducks, Grey November (July 2005)
The Swans Must Be Here (April 2006)
Sultry, Humid, Running to the Metro (May 2007)
Flame Trees (March 2009)
Montmartre (August 2011)
The Mosaics Stunning (December 2012)
Arizona Ruins (August 2015)
*Featured Poet January 2016*
Blue House, Linden Flowers, Plums
The Mad Girl Watches the Widows
The Sinaqua Built Many
The Mad Girl Vows Not to Sleep Again (Feburary 2016)
Heron on Ice (July 2016)

*Featured Poet April 2017 *
Finding a Cat for Carl Sandburg
Eating Chocolate With Edgar Allan Poe
Allen Ginsberg Gives me a Rose at Art Park Just Buffalo, Schuper House, June 8, Near Buffalo
Riding Horseback with Sylvia Plath

Temperatures Falling (July 2017)
My Afternoons With Dylan Thomas (April 2018)
Later, She'll Remember the Mound Dissolving Behind Her (May 2018)
As If Maybe Some of The Sun (May 2019)
The Other Fathers (June 2019)
Temperatures Falling (October 2020)
In the one space that wasn't frozen (November 2020)
This December (December 2020)

*Featured Poet August 2023*
Later, going back to where music poured from the ramshackle pavilion 
He said it was the slimy algae
Haven't you ever, like I have, wondered, seeing Alfred Eisenstadt's kiss over and over
Haven't You Ever Wanted  To Use The Word Indigo? (April 2024)

Book Reviews:
Nutley Pond (January 2009)


Jane Lin
Jane Lin is a poet and software engineer. Her first book Day of Clean Brightness
was published by 3: A Taos Press.
She is a Kundiman fellow and lives in Northern New Mexico.

Ekphrastic Poetry:
Landscape, Portrait (November 2017)

Featured Poet March 2020*
Crossing Sherwood
The Gift

Sheri Lindner
Sheri is a clinical psychologist, teacher, editor, and award-winning poet. She is the author of Opening Eden’s Gate.

August Night (August 2016)
Vermont Snowfall (January 2021)
In Homage to William Butler Yeats (April 2020 )

*Featured Poet September 2021*
Adieu, Summer
September 11, 2013
Preparing for Rosh Hashanah
Beyond Ground Zero

Christmas Morning (December 2021)
Leaving (May 2022)
Return (July 2022)
At Close of Day (August 2022)
Due (May 2023)


Frannie Lindsay

New Book releases:
In Bed with Janet (June 2010)


Vachel Lindsay

An Indian Summer Day on the Prairie (January 2013)

Cynthia Chadwick Linkas
Cynthia has had poems published in many journals including The Aurorean, Avocet, Chiron Poem, Common Ground Review and Tipton Poetry Review. A singer of Renaissance music with Convivium Musicum of Boston, she's a lifelong music teacher, mother of two and grandmother of six.

New Book Release (June 2020)
Tumbled Time

Featured Poet August 2016
Barn Owls
Tumbled Time

Closing Rockledge in the Fall (September 2016)


David Linnig

Featured Photographer January 2012

Elline Lipkin

New Book Release April 2017:
Altadena Poetry Review: Anthology 2017

Rowan Lipkovits
Rowan Lipkovits is a crucible in which many strange and wonderful things are melted down and new ones forged. When not acting as a medium for the western canon, he plays Britney Spears songs on the accordion.

Short Articles:
Poets' Corner (April 2011)

Mark Lipman
New Book Release November 2023
The Storm

Iris Litt

New Book Release (November 2016)

Haleh Liza

Pine Pollen (July 2017)

*Featured Poet August 2017*
Bathing in the Amazon
Orange Alert

Ellaraine Lockie
Ellaraine is the judge of the Tom Howard/Margaret Reid Poetry
Contest. She is a widely published and awarded poet, nonfiction
book author, and essayist. Her recent work has been awarded the
2013 Women's National Book Association's Poetry Prize, Best
Individual Collection from Purple Patch magazine in England for
Stroking David's Leg, winner of the San Gabriel Poetry Festival
Chapbook Contest for Red for the Funeral and The Aurorean's 2012
Chapbook Spring Pick for Wild as in Familiar. Her tenth
chapbook, Coffee House Confessions, was recently released by
Silver Birch Press. Ellaraine teaches poetry workshops and
serves as Poetry Editor for the lifestyles magazine, Lilipoh.

New Book Release March 2015
Where the Meadowlark Sings

New Book Release June 2017
Tripping With the Top Down

New Book Release December 2019
Sex and Other Slapsticks

Ellaraine Lockie (April 2013)

An Act of Kindness (Dec 2007)
Back in the Sixties (Dec 2007)
Harbinger (Dec 2007)
For the Father (June 2011)
After the Exterminator (July 2011)
I Pledge Allegiance (September 2011)
The Whipping Woman (May 2012)
PULP FICTION (April 2013)
SAD (Dec 2014)
In Honor of Giovanni Malito (April 2016)
A Matter of Degree (December 2016)
Drawing Breath (July 2018)
Epistolary (April 2023)
Reading the Newspaper Before and After (September 2023)

Ekphrastic Poetry
La Géante (The Giantess) (June 2016)
A SENRYŪ(November 2019)

Three Poems (Feb 2010)

Karen Loeb

Karen finished a two-year run May 2020 as Eau Claire’s Writer-in-Residence. Retired from teaching creative writing at UW-EC, she writes poetry and fiction at home in a room with artwork, including a David Hockney lithograph discovered in a resale store. Her writing has received an editor’s choice award in the Raymond Carver short story contest, and first place in the Wisconsin People and Ideas 2014 short story contest and the 2016 poetry contest. Her book Jump Rope Queen and Other Stories won a Minnesota Voices Project award. Her stories have also won PEN Syndicated Fiction Prizes, and she is a past recipient of a Wisconsin Arts Board Fellowship. Her writing has appeared in Hanging Loose, Gyroscope Review, New Ohio Review, Volume One, Thema and other magazines. Loeb co-edited the 2020 poetry calendar for the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, of which she’s also a member, and her Snapshots collaboration with a musician and photographer can be found on You Tube

Love Song (Feburary 2019)
Facetime for Hanukkah (December 2020)
First Night (December 2021)
Marriage Vow (September 2022)
Love Song (February 2023)

Ann Thornfield-Long

Poet Ann Thornfield-Long, lives in Norris, Tennessee. Her small yard has nine gourmet
birdfeeders, three single bird-family dwellings, with an area for rustic nesting, two water
birdbaths and a dusting bath. She has work in Artemis Journal, The Linnetís Wings,
Silver Blade, The Tennessee Magazine and others.


J. Brian Long
J. Brian is author of a collection of poems, The Singing of the Wheels (Wind Publications, 2004) which was nominated
for the Kentucky Literary Award. H
is work has appeared in various magazines and literary journals. 

Winter Hush (April 2006)
At the Light (July 2006)
Noctambulism (August 2006)
Upon Waking to Find a Sparrow Loose in My Room (Sept 2006)
Her First Love (Sept 2006)
Visitation (September 2006)
On the Swings (November 2006)
Connemara (April 2008)

Chief Arvol Looking Horse
Arvol is 19th generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe of the Lakota/Nakota/Dakota Great Sioux Nation. 

White Buffalo Teachings (January 2006)

Short Articles:
A Great Urgency (June 2010)

Judy Lorenzen

The First Snow (December 2022)

Shirley Love
Shirley's poetry has been published in a number of literary journals including The Spoon River Poetry Review, South Dakota Review, CQ, West/Word and others. Her work has been anthologized and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is the recipient of The Language Arts Poetry Award from West Los Angeles College. 

Winnowing The Hay (July 2003)


Amanda Lovelace

New Book release July 2020
break your glass slippers


Peter Ludwin

New Book Release:
Rumors of Fallible Gods (September 2012)

Lennart Lundh

New Book Release April 2024
How I Went into the Woods



Larry Lundy

Dance (December 2013)


Rick Lupert

New Book Release (June 2015)
Making Love to the 50 Ft. Woman: Poems 1998-2015

New Book Release October 2019
Hunka Hunka Howdee!

New Book Release May 2024
The Low Country Shvitz

Seasons in L.A.(October 2013)
Got a Light? (December 2021)
Potatoes are Miracles (December 2022)
What the Donkey Saw (September 2023)
Throwing Candy (December 2023)



Joan Luther
The Color of Seed Pod Hats (November 2021)
The Secret Girl (December 2021)
Still Time (Feburary 2022)
The Song of His Memories (June 2022)
Three Trees Take a Walk (September 2022)
Box of Colors (November 2022)
Road Signs (January 2023)

As They Lay (November 2021)
From the Wind (December 2021)
The Journey of Time (June 2022)
Winter Sun (December 2022)

Jennifer Holley Lux

Thomas Lux (April 2019)

Thomas Lux

Love Poem for Gail (April 2019)


Doris Lynch
Doris Lynch has recent poems in Willow Springs and The Atlanta Review. Recently, she has become fascinated by the haibun form and has published work in Frogpond. Haibun Today, Contemporary Haibun Online, and Lynx.

First Call: Cody (May 2014)
Memorial Day Wedding (Feburary 2019)
By the Levee (May 2022)
I Press My Hand (February 2023)

Andrew MacArthur
Andrew is senior editor of Ephemeris and lives in Portland.

On Sauvie Island (November 2007)

Ann MacKenzie

Ann lives near Seattle where she belongs to Northwest Renaissance Poets and Striped Water Poets. These groups keep her writing poetry. She has been published in various magazines and has a book entitled The Way They Heal Me. She has a master’s degree from George Washington University and is currently a school teacher.

Green Grace (March 2016)
Lucille Clifton (April 2016)
Her Hands (May 2017)

Featured Poet September 2017 *
A Gift to Spirit
The Ceremony
Reading in English

John Macker

Featured Poet October 2012
Degas Woman

Julia MacNames
Spring Rains (May 2009)

Rick Macomber:
Rick is a multiple Emmy Award winning photojournalist from the Boston area with over 25 years of experience
in broadcast TV news and cinematography. Rick is also a landscape and wildlife photographer.
Featured Photographer July 2021


Carole Macrury

Three Tanka (September 2012)

Michael Magee

Eggshell Children (July 2016)

Kate Magill
Kate's first volume of poetry, Roadworthy Creature, Roadworthy Craft,was published in 2011 by Fomite Press. She currently resides with her family in New Hampshire's Upper Valley.

Nest Study #1 (March 2016)

*Featured Poet June 2016*
Whitney Mesa
Sunset Park


Susan Mahan

Night and Day (June 2012)

Yaseen Mahdi

Featured Photographer (January 2016)

Maria Elena B. Mahler
Maria Elena’s poetry has been published in English and Spanish in Badlands, Solstice, Global Alchemy, Poets on Site, Colectivo Verso Activo and abroad. She also co-authored the non-fiction book The Heart of Health (Truth Publishing Co.) and enjoys writing fiction. Maria Elena was raised in the South of Chile and after graduating in Communications, she moved to live and work in Mexico and Canada to finally land in 2003 on the desert of California. She is the editor of Women in Metaphor

Featured Photographer (September 2013)

Featured Poet October 2011
Black Tordo
I Long to Be Translucent
Your Hands / Tus Manos

Signs Bloom in Autumn (November 2011)

Editer: New Book Release:
Woman in Metaphor (August 2013)

Donal Mahoney

Vertigo with a Touch of Syncope (January 2014)

Marie-Elizabeth Mali

Like a Book (June 2009)

New Book Release:
Villanelles (Feburary 2012)


Robert Manaster
Featured Poet for January 2009
Wintering Violet
Too Busy
The Art of Forgetting (February 2009)

Arlene Mandell
Arlene L. Mandell is a retired English professor living in Santa Rosa, CA.

Want It! (November 2011)

Katie Manning

The Leaves Left (November 2012)
Said the Single Woman to Her Swollen Belly (May 2020)

New Book Release October 2016 :
Tasty Other


John C. Mannone
John has poems in North Dakota Quarterly, Le Menteur, Poetry
South, Baltimore Review,
and others. He was awarded a Jean Ritchie Fellowship (2017)
in Appalachian literature. He edits poetry for Abyss & Apex and other journals. A retired
physics professor, he lives near Knoxville, Tennessee. Find him on Facebook.

Ode to Euterpe (August 2020)
A Change of Seasons (September 2020)

Ekphrastic Poetry
Impressions on ‘The Sheltered Path’ (October 2020)


Salvatore Marici

For Sale Near Taos (October 2023)

Helga Marie

Featured Photographer January 2019
Featured Photographer (January 2021)



Michael Mark

Featured Photographer November 2013

The Name on the Wall (May 2009)
A Day to Remember (July 2009)


Kathlyne Markham

Voice (December 2017)

Michael Marks

A Soldier's Christmas (Dec 2009)


Anne Marple
Anne writes short stories, articles and poetry. She has appeared in New Republic, GQ, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Teen, etc., winning writing awards from Vogue, Mademoiselle, Glamour and Everywoman. Her poetry has won awards from Blue Unicorn and Writer's Digest. 

Lady Emma’s Choices (July 2003)

William Marr
New Book Release April 2022
A Dreamless Night

New Book Release (July 2022)
Every Day A Blue Sky:
Humorous and Satirical Poetry

Tod Marshall:
Tod, a poet and professor at Gonzaga University, is the author most recently of Bugle (2014), which won the Washington State Book Award in 2015. He is also the author of two previous collections, Dare Say (2002) and The Tangled Line (2009), and a collection of interviews with contemporary poets, Range of the Possible (2002).

Washington State Poet Laureate 2016-2018

Cascades (January 2018)


Douglas J. Martin
Douglas mistrusts poetry, but is fond of verse. He has worked variously as a lecturer in English, an editor for school textbooks, and a drudge in systems; currently he is a pretender in Bioinformatics.

Autumn Emblem (Nov 2004)

Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Marvin
Dan began in Chicago as a gang leader, joined the Army as a private and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. He now writes and strives to help those who need his strength and prayers. He prays daily for freedom andrecognition of Leonard Peltier and other true natives of this soil. 

A Man for our Time - Peltier His Name (Nov 20040

Short Articles:
Have You Thought of Leonard Peltier Lately?
A Review (Oct 2004)

Tara L. Masih

New Book Releases:
The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction:
Tips from Editors, Teachers, and Writers in the Field (January 2011)


Rochelle Mass
Canadian born, Rochelle, moved to Israel with her husband and two young daughters in 1973 to a kibbutz in the Jezre'el Valley for 25 years, then to a small village at the foot of the Gilboa Moutains.  They pick and cure their olives, make a range of liqueuers from their fruit, including lemoncello, plumcello and a new product from Lomquats and pomegranates.
 Rochelle's writing has been widely published, awarded two Pushcart nominations and received numerous prizes.

Stored time (September 2013)
At Kitsilano Beach (March 2014)
*Featured Poet September 2020*
I came to join the women
From my kitchen window
In the Beginning

Edward Mast

The Passing of Rachel Corrie (April 2014)

Elizabeth Mastin

Mojave Home (January 2010)

Ekphrastic Poetry
Fulsome Color (January 2012)


Ian Mastin
For the discerning art collector, Ian Mastin creates still life paintings that are so realistic,
you’ll feel you can almost pick them up.
Perhaps most remarkable, however, is the fact that Ian’s entirely self-taught artist, only stumbling across
this hidden talent at the ripe old age of 40, when he took the notion to pick up a paintbrush.
Over the past 30 years, Ian's artwork has built an enthusiastic following across the UK, Europe, the US
and Australia. It is regularly featured in international Art Fairs, including London, New York, Amsterdam,
Hong Kong and Singapore.
His paintings can be found in many private collections all around the world.

Featured Artist October 2022


Joe Mastroianni

Wouldn't It Be Nice (July 2014)

Mira N. Mataric

Flowers on Adrienne Rich's Grave (April 2016)


Marsha Mathews
Marsha is a writer and educator living in Dalton, Georgia. Her most recent book, Hallelujah Voices, presents the voices of a Southwest Virginia congregation as they experience unexpected, pivotal moments. Her love poems, Sunglow & A Tuft of Nottingham Lace, won the Red Berry Editions 2011 Chapbook Award, and was published. Her first chapbook, Northbound Single-Lane, was released in 2010 by Finishing Line Press. This book follows the journey of a woman who finds herself suddenly single, with young children to care for. She leaves home and all she knows to travel north through Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and Virginia. A poem in Marsha’s recent book was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Marsha is currently writing a new book, Beauty Bound. Her books are available at amazon.com and at local bookstores and galleries.

Featured Poet August 2013
Watermelon Festival, the Florida Panhandle
Giraffe Women

Larry Matsuda

New Book Releases:
A Cold Wind From Idaho (October 2010)


David Matthews
David is a native of the South Carolina Midlands who now resides in Portland, Oregon. 

Poetry Graces Me (September 2002)

Love Song in Winter (December 2002)
What Remains (May 2003)
After Reading G's Journal (June 2003)
I Dance with the Ghost of Isadora Duncan (September 2003)
The Boundless Scape, the Clandestine Sea (October 2003)
Remembering Judy (July 2005)
Love Is Always a Hypothetical Phenomenon
Bound to Go On (September 2005)
At Odds (October 2005)
Two European Girls (December 2005)
It May Be Time Again (March 2006)
I Sleepwalk Through the Wakers' World (April 2006)
Note to One Who Is Far From Here (July 2006)
On the Approach of My Fiftieth Birthday (November 2006)
Easy to Forget (February 2007)
A Hard Climb (March 2007)
Rendezvous with Hope (April 2007)
Write Me a Poem in a Yellow Dress (July 2007)
My Boulevard of Dream (November 2007)
Wait (April 2008)
Waiting for the Muse to Send Her Regards (July 2008)
University of the Spirit (September 2008)
A Dark Red (January 2009)
Each Day a Gift (December 2010)
I hold to myths of freedom and dignity (May 2011)
On the Approach of My Sixtieth Birthday (May 2013)
View from the Deck September 2023 (October 2023)

Book Reviews:
Silver Tears and Time and Unsung Songs (October 2007)
The Eclipse and Other Poems (November 2007)
Gregory Corso: up there with king, emperor, pope (January 2008)

Short Articles:
Memory and Poetry (February 2008)


James Newton Matthews

When Riley Writes (April 2022)  


Michael Maul
New Book release October 2022
Breaking Cover: Poems


Ellyn Maybe

Sylvia Plath (April 2012)

Susan McArthur

Squash Blossom Fritters (August 2020)

Brendan McBreen

New Book Release (July 2017)
Cosmic Egg


Gerald A. McBreen
February 7, 1936 ~ May 18, 2022

Summer Evening Walk (August 2016)
Memorial Day Suicide (May 2018)
And Then (Feburary 2019)
Out Sourcing Cupid (Feburary 2020)
Another False god (September 2020)
Carolers (December 2020)
Snow Bubble (December 2022)

Ekphrastic Poetry
Snow (December 2018)


Jude McCanse

Nova Scotia (August 2013)

Frances Ruhlen McConnel

Poets, Gin, Bullfrogs (April 2017)


John McCluskey
John has published poetry, fiction and non-fiction in literary and commercial publications.
He works in the IT industry and has lived in Chicago and Los Angeles before settling in Connecticut
with his wife and two children.

New Book Release March 2023
Ogden’s Proverb

New Book Release August2019:
I Will Listen If You Tell Me Who I Am

The Lost Hunting Knife (November 2010)
Green Apple Pie (May 2013)
Her Golden Hour (June 2023)

Featured Poet June 2013*
My Gray Child
My Grandfather's House

Under A Window On Concord Place (July 2013)
Approaching Sioux City, Iowa Under Clearing Skies (August 2013)
Young and Gifted and Little Girl Blue (April 2019)

My Gray Child (June 2013)

Michael S. McCoy
Mike is a graduate of the Clinical Social Work program of Walla Walla College who loves couples counseling
and practicing rural social work. He also is a CADC level substance abuse counselor and Charismatic Catholic.
He lives in McCall Idaho. Is a life long resident of the central Idaho mountain area who fell in love with language very early in life. 

What Color (October 2002)
Her Hair, The Night, My Passion (February 2003)
Mirrored Shore to Mirrored Shore (November 2013)


Dawn McDuffie
Dawn writes, teaches and lives in Detroit. Detroit, in return, provides a universe of poetic material.
Her favorite of her chapbooks is Bulky Pick Up Day.

Getting There (August 2014)
Bed-Tea in New Delhi (September 2014)


Vickie McEntire

My Sanctuary (October 2020)


Mary J. McInnis
Read her Bio here

Featured Artist July 2020



Patrick McGuinness

Book Reviews
War Reporter (December 2013)

Louis McKee
Louis is the author of Near Occasions of Sin (Cynic Press, 2006), his thirteenth collection of poems. A book of translations o
f Old Irish monastic poems is forthcoming from Adastra Press in 2007. (1951-2011)

First Word of Spring (April 2007)
The Angels (April 2007)
The Soldier (April 2007)
The Apple Tree (October 2009)
Cross-Hatching (Nov 2009)
Winter Trees (Dec 2009)

Bill McLane

Bill McLane is a native New Englander, born in Fall River, MA, and he began painting at age 16. Searching for apprenticeship in the style of the Old Masters he found little discipline at American Art Schools in the 1980s, and traveled to Munich, Germany, where he studied the techniques, palettes, and styles of the Old Masters in private ateliers.
McLane is a plein air artist in every sense of the word, drawing and painting exclusively out-of-doors to best capture a scene’s elusive light qualities. His work has been exhibited in Newport, Rhode Island, Block Island, and Martha’s Vineyard, his home for the last 15 years. His work has been shown and collected in Germany, France, Australia, and throughout the United States. “My painting is simple,” he says. “It has to do with working the land and the sea and the overwhelming beauty that I see when I’m out painting every day. While painting outdoors on the Vineyard, Nantucket, and the Cape, throughout the year and at varying times of the day, I encounter what most people may not have the opportunity to experience, and work to capture its essence on canvas
before it is lost.”

Featured Artist November 2021


Elizabeth McLaren
Elizabeth is a twenty-something New Zealander with a hyperactive imagination who spends her weeks in corporate offices,
and her weekends in the mountains or on the sea.

These small blasphemies (February 2011)

Joan McNerney

New Book Release (January 2022)
At Work

Brightly burning star fish...(October 2015)
Keepsake (January 2016)
This Morning (June 2017)
Then (Feburary 2019)

Ekphrastic Poetry
Woods (January 2019)


Stephen Mead
Stephen is a published artist/writer living in northeastern NY. In the early 1990s he was published in several small literary magazines, bu t stopped to pursue visual work. He began seeking publication again in 2001. Both his writing and his artwork have been showcased int ernationally on the Internet. 

Angels Drop (April 2005)
On The Beach (June 2007)
Claudel's Hands (November 2008)
Where Time Goes (May 2010)


Marcia Meier

New Book Release February 2021
Face, A Memoir

Neil Meili
Neil is a Canadian poet living in Edmonton Alberta and Austin Texas.

Oregon In Winter (Sept 2009)

Karen Melander-Magoon
Karen sang major roles in opera theaters throughout Europe, while she raised her two children. She has written and performed staged song cycles about Georgia O’Keeffe, Lillie Langtry and Clara Barton. Last summer she played Aegean and Dr. Pinch in Silicon Valley Shakespeare’s production of Comedy of Errors and Governor Brown and Vito, a second generation Italian immigrant and farmer, as part of Mari Amend’s visionary play, Dry-Five. Karen holds a Bachelors of Music from Indiana University, a Masters in Counseling/Education from Boston University, and her Doctor of Ministry from San Francisco Theological Seminary, part of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley.

I am Palestine (December 2015)
Early Winter Scene (January 2016)
Sestina of Blue Shoes (May 2022)

Featured Poet July 2023***
The First Rose
Another Day
My Shadows 
Moon Sketch
A Slice of Moon


Lynn Melnick

New Book Release:
If I Should Say I Have Hope (February 2013)

Mark Melnick

Short Articles
Bud and Travis (June 2010)
Piedmont Blues (July 2010)
The War of Art (August 2010)

Flags July 2010
Banff, Alberta, Canada (January 2011)
Featured Photographer (August 2015)

Short Stories:
In the Diner (November 2010)


Marion Menna
Marion grew up on Long Island beaches, became teacher of autistic children, retired to upstate NY, lives with Dyllan the dog an d Mitzi the cat, watches birds, and writes poetry. Ms. Menna has had poems published in West Hills Review, vol.4, 1983, sev eral issues of Long Island Quarterly, and Xanadu, Vol.23, 2002.

Birding at Vischer Ferry Preserve (Sept 2006)
Signs of Spring (March 2008)
Only the Light & Edna (April 2008)
Shad Run (June 2008) Hiking the Van Huyck Preserve (October 2009)

Alexa Mergen
Alexa's high school yearbook staff predicted she would become a biologist; she turned out instead to practice "the study of life"
as a poet and amateur naturalist.

Generalizing (Feburary 2012)


Karla Linn Merrifield
Karla has had 1000+ poems appear in dozens of journals and anthologies. She has 14 books to her credit. Following her 2018 Psyche’s Scroll (Poetry Box Select) is the 2019 full-length book Athabaskan Fractal: Poems of the Far North from Cirque Press. Her poetry collection, My Body the Guitar, inspired by famous guitarists and their guitars; will be out in December 2021 by Before Your Quiet Eyes Publications Holograph Series (Rochester, NY).

New Book Release July 2018
Psyche's Scroll 

New Book Release (Feburary 2022)
My Body the Guitar

Featured Poet December 2017
The imagination of Homo sapiens sapiens

Ekphrastic poetry:
Mi nombre es Carlita de Silva (October 2017)
Halfsies (March 2018)
I Feel, I See…(July 2019)
Alaskan Exotica (October 2019)
Street Address (November 2019)
They Asked Me What I Missed About My Hometown (December 2019)
Views at Fish Creek, Glacier NP (January 2020)
Wrack Lines ( March 2020 )
Trail to a New World (July 2020)
Along the Path (November 2020)
Forgotten Coast Reverie (July 2021)

Finding Leonard Cohen in the Far North (April 2018)
Happenstance: Once Upon a Night (September 2018)
A Capella Earth (December 2018)
Unmasked at Sea (June 2019)
Casa Encantada Daydream (July 2022)
The Iris and the Stone (February 2023)
Stalking Revenge on the Tamiami Trail (March 2023)
Web of Downstream Draught (June 2023)
It All Comes Out in the Wash (Feburary 2024)

Book Reviews
Images: A Collection of Ekphrastic Poetry (November 2021)


Carole Mertz

Carole Mertz reviews regularly for Dreamers Creative Writing, Eclectica, and Mom Egg Review. Her reviews have also appeared in Arc, BookEnds Review, Compulsive Reader, League of Canadian Poets, Main St. Rag, Quill & Parchment, The Bangalore Review, World Literature Today, and elsewhere. Mertz is the author of the poetry collection Color and Line, Kelsay Books, 2021. She resides with her husband in Parma, Ohio.

New Book Release February 2021
Color and Line: Poems by Carole Mertz

Ekphrastic Poetry:
Waiting to Sail (On Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1880-81) (May 2018)
Dando’s Sunflowers (May 2021)
Little  Mouse Enticed (January 2022)
A Sonnet for Sharmagne (March 2023)
Harmony (June 2024)

Book Review
A Matter of Selection (October 2018)
Leave It Raw (March 2021)

Dolly's Broke (December 2018)
Relieved (November 2021)
The Mellow Season (November 2021)
Suzanna and Mama (December 2021)
Ask me, Dear Heart, about Death and Dying (January 2022)
Catechesis (July 2023)
A Golden Shovel for Sylvia (September 2023)
On Destiny (January 2024)
Love Song (Feburary 2024)
To My Beloved (April 2024)
Father Rocks the Child in the Cradle (June 2024)


Frank L. Meyskens, Jr.
New Book Release April 2022
Doctor Poets & Other Healers: Covid in Their Own Words

Ann E. Michael

New Book Release September 2023
The Red Queen Hypothesis–and Other Poems

New Book Release June 2024
Abundance/Diminishment: Poems

Featured Poet December 2023*
TumbleWeed (Salsola tragus)
The Muddy Muddy Eel
At Sixty

Erika Michael

Needletrades (September 2010)

Tracy Mitchell

Encountering William Stafford Along an Alpine Trail (April 2024)

Zhalih Mickunas
Zhalih is a twenty-six year old student currently living in Portland, Oregon. Writing poetry and recording music keep her happy. 

O Pascal (November 2007)
White Twigs (Dec 2007)

Kevin Milligan

Featured Artist July 2018

Ekphrastic Poetry
Fence Line Roses (July 2018)


Rita Milo
Rita is a fledgling writer who lives in New York and is currently working on what she and her co-author, Bruce W., hopewill be the definitive biography of John of Gaunt.

Ree Remembers (May 2002)
The Elusive One (Oct 2003)


Margaret Gish Miller

Because You Asked (February 2014)

Nancy Bailey Miller
Nancy has published three books of poems: Dance Me Along the Path, Before the Dove Returns and Risking Rallentando. Anthologized in the Powow River Anthology, Our Mothers, Our Selves, Merrimack Literary Review, and The 2010 Poets’ Guide to New Hampshire, Bailey Miller recently retired from Phillips Academy, Andover, where she taught writing in the Summer Session. Her poetry has also appeared in many journals including Rattapallax, Blue Unicorn, and the on-line journal Poetry Porch: Sonnet Scroll. When she is not dancing with her writing muse, Nancy teaches Suzuki violin and viola.

Suitcase (August 2010)
Bernini's Daphne (Feburary 2020)
Eden 1843 (April 2020)
Annika Waking (May 2020)
Wedding Preparations (June 2020)

Mother’s Palette Knife (May 2020)



Featured Photographer (January 2020)

Elaine Mintzer

Abandon (May 2010)

Bette Mioduski
Bette was born in Utah during war years. She majored in psychology in pursuit of her degree from Allegheny Community College, which provides her a unique ability to adapt a poetic presentation to the life drama of everyday people. 

The Sound Of Red Poppies (July 2005)

Oscar Mireles

New Book Release (December 2014)
I Didn't Know There Were Latinos in Wisconsin: Three Decades of Hispanic Writing (third edition)

Tracy Mitchell

Wolf, the Untamable (August 2023)
Sun Dresses, Sandals (June 2024)


Joel Mitnick

Featured Poet November 2021

Richard Moll
Richard, a retired Teamster business agent, lives in the Pacific Northwest where he makes and plays Native American flutes. 

The President Who Would Be King (January2006)

Gary Worth Moody

New Book Release:
Hazards of Grace (June 2012)


Janell Moon

Featured Poet November 2013
The Poet Lives Near Water
Unmade Bed
Mostly Water

Featured Poet Feburary 2016
Love Apparent
In the Heart of Cincinnati
What Is


Bob Moore

Inter-are (June 2023)
The Story (July 2023)
Powow River (August 2023)
Coastal Scene and a Snowy Owl (September 2023)
Lines Across the Sky (October 2023)
A Musical Riddle (October 2023)
A Gift (March 2024)
Dances at Dusk (June 2024)

Featured Poet November 2023 *
Winter Interlude 
After the Storm
Winter Afternoon 
Facets (Feburary 2024)
An Axe’s Tale (April 2024)

Perry Moore
Perry is a best-selling author, film producer, screenwriter, and director, best known as the executive producer of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, read his interview in our October 2009 issue to find out more.
The story behind the Book 'HERO' (October 2009)

Book Excerpt:
Excerpt from the book HERO (October 2009)

Emily Moorehead 

Goodbye Goodness ( June 2001)
Desiderata.com (November 2001)

Eric Morago

New Book Release November 2017
Lullaby of Teeth Anthology

Tom Moran

New Book Release March 2022
Mile Markers

New Book Release Feburary 2024
Silent Marshes



Mimi Moriarty
Mimi can be found on an escarpment overlooking Albany, NY, amid mounds of rejections slips. Her MFA from Goddard College did not prepare her for this kind of treatment. Luckily teaching creative writing workshops to adults and teens keeps her busy. 

Summer Leaves and My Birthday’s Here (Sept 2006)

Adam Morin

Wikipedia, iTunes U, and the Democratization of Expertise (March 2011)

Leslie Morley
Leslie, a naturopath & photographer, is a graduate of the University of Westminster with a 1st honours BSc (Hons) in Health Sciences: Complementary Therapies/Naturopathy. Further to Naturopathy, she is qualified in Qigong tuina massage and Sound therapy, and recently started studying TCM Acupuncture. She is fully registered and a member of the General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN) and the British Naturopathic Association (BNA).
Apart from having trained as a Naturopath, Leslie has a BEd in Music, Theology and German, and worked in both the healthcare and educational sector.
In her spare time, Leslie practices qigong, yoga and meditation on a regular basis, has a love for eastern philosophy and travelling, enjoys art & photography, going for long walks in the countryside and being creative in her garden and the kitchen.
Having experienced the benefits of a more natural and holistic approach to health herself, Leslie feels inspired to encourage her clients to become more empowered, and to take control of their own health and well-being.

Butterfly under Peter Shefler poem; Even Though (March 2012)

Wilda Morris

New Book Release:
Pequod Poems: Gamming with Moby Dick (April 2019)

New Book Release June 2023
Distilled Lives: Volume 6 (June 2023)

New Book Release August 2023
At Goat Hollow and Other Poems

Stafford’s Poems (April 2009)
Solitary in the Back Yard (March 2010)
Fickle Friend (May 2010)
On the Reservation (January 2012)
Out of Guilin (August 2012)
December Day (December 2012)
Late Winter Walk (January 2013)
Early Snow (February 2013)
For Edith Södergran (April 2013)
In Ellen Kort’s Poetry Class (April 2014)
Wearing Dad’s Hat (June 2023)

Featured Poet May 2013*
What I'm Wearing
Welcoming Woods

To My Birthfather, Located on the Social Security Death Register (June 2013)
For Uncle Norman (July 2013)
Yucatan Highway (August 2013)
Fifty Years After (September 2013)
A Woman I Know (October 2013)
On a Very Cold Day (January 2014)

Featured Poet Feburay 2018*
To My One and Only Love
Come, Love
Senior Love

Ode to Jennifer Clement: a Golden Shovel Poem (April 2018)
Longfellow School Playground (September 2018)
Wednesday's Feast (November 2018)
Advent Season (December 2019)
La Catrina (November 2019)
La Catrina traducción de Luisa Govela (November 2019)

New Year's Resolution (January 2020)
Walking Together (Feburary 2020)
At Yellowstone National Park (Feburary 2020)
Night Train (May 2020)
Thimbleberries (May 2020)
I Might Have Loved You (June 2020)

Featured Poet November 2020*
Plato on Tuesday
Early November Walk, Door County, Wisconsin
Learning from Leaves
Autumn Lament

October Evening, a double Sedoka (November 2020)
Christmas Eve (December 2020)
Let’s Switch to Dance (February 2021)
Grandmother’s Bread (May 2021)
pandemic baby (May 2021)
Letter to Mother During the Pandemic of 2020 (May 2021)
Dad Could Have Been a Pastor (June 2021)
At the High School Reunion (September 2021)
On the TV (September 2021)
October Is My Favorite Cliché (October 2021)
November Parade (November 2021)
I Pick Up an Acorn and Put It in My Pocket (December 2021)
A Niece Looks Back (January 2022)
The Seasons with You (January 2022)
Blind Double Date (Feburary 2022)
For My Mother-in-Law (May 2022)
After Mother Remarried (June 2022)
Thanksgiving Dinner (November 2022)
Black and White Photograph, c. 1949 (December 2022)
Nest Mates (February 2023)
I Spend the Day with Gwendolyn Brooks (April 2023)
on my sickbed (May 2023)
Camping Again (July 2023)
At the Music Fest (August 2023)
Home for the Holidays: a Rengay (December 2023)
Another Heavy Snow (January 2024)

*Featured Poet Feburary 2024 *
For My Love
Writing a Poem At Panera's
Now that I have a fractured foot,
You Don’t Believe in Miracles?

Jigsaw Puzzles (May 2024)

Ekphrastic Poetry:
Anticipation (November 2018)
Ingrid Loves White Orchids (October 2019)
Letter to Melissa (June 2020)
Fishing (August 2020)

Summer Haiku (July 2021)
Life with Grampy, a found haiku sequence (January 2022)

Another Winter Coming On (November 2023)

Book Review
A Machine for Remembering (August 2020)

Wilda’s Blueberry Bars  (June 2021)


Alan Morrison

New Book Release (August 2017)
Tan Raptures

Claire Harrison Morton
Claire Harrison Morton has been a poet, writer and teacher of poetry and creative writing workshops in schools in Pasadena, Santa Monica, Los Angeles and New York. She has a B.A. in English Literature from Columbia University and did graduate work in Film at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She has lived in New York, Italy, and Switzerland and is now based in Los Angeles. She was frequently featured at poetry readings in and around Los Angeles in the 1990s, and her early work was anthologized as well as published in Venetian Letters, an English language literary journal in Venice, Italy. She has recently returned to creative life and the arrangement and speaking out loud of the chosen word after over a decade devoted to the metaphysical.

Hawaii-Spring Retreat (March 2015)
What the Wind Said (March 2016)


Alex Morton

Short Stories:
General Pizza (March 2011)

Shakira Moss
Shakira, our youngest contributor, was only 9 years old when she placed second and third in our very first Haiku competition, judged by Gerald England. She wrote them when she was a bit younger. 

Spring ( June 2001)
Summer ( June 2001)
Winter ( June 2001)

Susan T. Moss

New Book Release March 2022
Mapping a Life

New Book Release June 2023
Distilled Lives: Volume 6 (June 2023)

Point of View (August 2019)

Ekphrastic Poetry
Tired and Rusty (November 2019)

Book Review:
Mapping a Life (April 2022)


Starlite Motel

For the Men (June 2008)

CJ Muchhala
CJ’s work has been widely published in various media, exhibited in art/poetry collaborations, and nominated twice for a Pushcart.

Featured Poet April 2012
Gathering In


Frank Mula

Book Review (December 2017)
Friends My Poems Gave Me

Olga Müllers
Olga Müller, née Pimenova, was born in the Soviet Union (now Russia) in the town of Sarapul, part of Udmurt ASSR (now Udmurtia). Between 1985 and 1989 she attended Penza K. A. Savitsky famous College of Art, where she acquired an academic education in the art of painting, and in particular she studied working in the manner of realism. After finishing the College in Penza, Olga taught painting in Izhevsk School of Arts in Udmurtia. She worked with Udmurtia Book Publishing, illustrating books of Udmurt poetry and prose. Moving later to Moscow, she would privately teach painting there, and she had her paintings exhibited at various locations in Moscow. Participating in an international painting contest by the name of Artex Awards (held by the Russian Union of Professional Artists together with Arden Gallery), she won four gold medals for her works that she submitted to the contest. In 2014 Olga moved to Germany to the federal state of Hesse, after which she continued her international activity participating in various "Art Projects" principally in Russia, but also in other countries. Since 2015 she has taken part in different art exhibitions and symposia variously held in the countries of Bulgaria, Serbia, Albania, Russia, Romania as well as Jordan. In 2017 she was awarded the title of Honored Artist of Russia from the Russian Trade Union of Artists. Every year Olga participates in various collective and individual art exhibitions held in the German cities of Cologne and Munich, being a member of the Internationale Kunstagentur Zarifa Art. Olga's grandfather was an Udmurt shaman, and from her earliest age she has felt herself to be part of the Finno-Ugric world. She considers the wilderness of Udmurtia to be sentient, where every blade of grass has a story to tell. When she would wander in the woods, she would converse with the trees and the flowers as if with sentient beings. She would later author a series of paintings entitled "Floral Women", dedicated to the forms of flowers that take after the forms of beautiful women. Yet many other different themes are familiar to her; those include landscape painting, abstraction and paintings that depict the way of living of people of other nations.

Featured Artist November 2021

Kathleen Murphy

The Weird Dream (September 2022)

Ralph Murre

Short Articules:
U.P. North (August 2009)
Was There a Poem (May 2011)

New Book Release:
Wind Where Music Was (May 2013)

On Lake Amy Belle (June 2015)
Downstream (April 2016)


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