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ALLEN III, PAUL B
Paul B Allen III has written songs that became Billboard magazine number one hits. His song, “Such A Good Feeling” has been listed as one of the “Greatest 100 Dance Singles of all Time,” by the venerable dance music magazine, Mixmag. Allen has also served as the lead vocalist of a legendary vocal group, the Platters (“Only You,” “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” “The Great Pretender”). He has performed for the Royal Family in England, and Prince Albert of Monaco, as well as for the President and First Lady of Fiji. Allen has written and published six books: The Saturday Mornings Song Chronicles; Urban Haiku; The Tall Tales of Obadiah Short; The Power of X; Benjamin Franklin: Time Tripper; and From Karaoke To The Platters.
Abbott, Jesse
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Aijala, Becky
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Aldridge, Stacey
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Alsbury, Kate
Kate Alsbury is a freelance writer and editor. She is currently the editor at Jalmurra.
Alvarez, Jessica
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Amaya, Austin
Austin Amaya is a young poet based out of Seattle, WA. His recent service in the Peace Corps inspired him to write about the wonderful experiences there, and as such his current poetry revolves much around Paraguay, the country in which he served. Austin is an avid learner, listener, and traveler.
Anderson, Colleen
rnColleen Anderson lives in Vancouver, BC and has been nominated for the 2020 Pushcart Prize and 2021 Aurora Award for poetry. She is a BC Arts Council and Canada Council grant recipient. Her writing has been published in four countries and such venues as Polu Texni, Cascadian Subduction Zone, HWA Poetry Showcase and Space and Time. Her poetry collection, I Dreamed a World, will be published in 2021. www.colleenanderson.wordpress.comrn
Anderson, Duane
IDuane currently lives in La Vista, NE, and volunteers with the American Red Cross as a Donor Ambassador on their blood drives. He has had poems published in Poetry Quarterly, Fine Lines, The Ibis Head Review, Carcinogenic Poetry, Wilderness House Literary Review, Indiana Voice Journal and several other publications.
Anstey, Stephan
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Appleton, Dennis
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Ascough, Stephanie
Stephanie Ascough is a writer, wife, and mother, not necessarily in that order. She enjoys writing fantasy, flash fiction, children's stories, and anything that comes from the heart. You can reach her at her blog, stephanieascough.wordpress.com. rn
Ashcraft, Kendra
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Bethany A. Adams
Bethany is an Ohio native and certified pharmacy technician. Her time is often spent caring for her cats and exotic pets. She has been writing haikus and free verse poetry for a decade, but also enjoys writing dark fantasy and suspenseful short stories. Some of her poetry can be found on her Instagram as fromtheastralplane.
M.c.ackerson
Mark served as an Airborne Ranger in Vietnam, and went on to graduate from Indiana University with a BA English/Writing. An active Bonsai artist, he also enjoys the pursuit of Haiku. He is a published poet, which includes 50 Haikus.







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