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Kimathi, Teddy
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Kirk, Dan J.
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back.
Kittner, Craig
I was published by 50 Haikus. I am an active member of Wilmington, North Carolina's theater scene, as an actor and a writer. My first full length play, Flora and Fauna, was presented by the Browncoat Pub and Theatre in May, 2015. My first book of poetry, Time's Sweet Savor, was published in September, 2016, by New Books on Front, the in house publishing branch of the Old Books on Front bookstore in downtown Wilmington.
Kleponis, Joseph
I was published by 50 Haikus. Poems have also appeared in Boston Literary Magazine, Modern English Tanka, and paperwasp among others.
Knabe, Martin
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Kohn, Carol
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Kozma, Joseph J
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Kozma, Joseph J
I was published by 50 Haikus.
LaDew, Kate
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Lamontagne, Macie
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Landis, William
William Landis is a field faculty member of a land grand university in the Southeast. He is also a weekend warrior for a reserve component of the Army. He enjoys writing in his limited free time. He has been published in, Scifaikuest, Tales of the talisman, Paper wasp, Star*line, Disturbed Digest, and was a nominee for the Dwarf star award in 2017.
Laussmann, Melissa
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back.
Laws, Kaci
Kaci Skiles Laws is a writer and artist living in Dallas—Fort Worth. Her work has been featured in The Letters Page, at Bewildering Stories, on Former People Journal, and is upcoming in The American Journal of Poetry and The Bollman Bridge Review. She recently won an award for her poem, This is How it Ends, by NCTC's English Department and is currently working on a children's book called The Boogerman.
Leckrone, Adam
I have been writing poetry since middle school. I do not write for readers, I write out of passion. Each poem has meaning to me first and foremost, but if others can gain some insight as I have from what I have written and from artists I've read then I feel obligated to share. At 36, my home is Indiana but I have served people from all walks of life around the world and want to continue to serve. I hope you enjoy any works that may have a voice beyond my own.
Levine, Bruce
Bruce Levine, a 2019 Pushcart Prize Poetry Nominee, has spent his life as a writer of fiction and poetry and as a music and theatre professional. His literary catalogue includes four novels, short stories, humorous sketches, flash fiction, poetry, essays, articles and a screenplay. Nearly one-hundred-fifty of his works are published in over twenty-five on-line journals including Ariel Chart, Friday Flash Fiction, Literally Stories; over thirty print books including Poetry Quarterly, Haiku Journal, Dual Coast Magazine, and his shows have been produced in New York and around the country. His seven eBooks are available from Amazon.com. His work is dedicated to the loving memory of his late wife, Lydia Franklin. He lives in New York with his dog, Daisy. Visit him at www.brucelevine.com.




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