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Bergmann, F. J.
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Bertoglio, Eva
I came to poetry as a child obsessed with mythology and folktales and continuously return to poetry as a ceremonial utterance of cosmic significance. I am a lifelong student of the humanities, weaving into my work my studies of history, philosophy, science and the visual arts. I write, make, and bake in Portland, Oregon. rn
Bethel, James
James writes poems and screenplays. In a past life he was a college professor.
Beveridge, Robert
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Binensztok, Vassilia
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Birnbaum, Daniel
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Bjotvedt, Connor
Connor Bjotvedt received his MFA in Writing from Spalding University. He was awarded the Charles E. Bull Creative Writing Scholarship for Poetry by Northern Arizona University where he received his BA in English, Literature, and Creative Writing. Connor was a 2018 Pushcart Prize nominee and his work has appeared in Rain Taxi, the Santa Fe Literary Review, the Haiku Journal, Three Line Poetry, Straylight Literary Magazine, and The Wayfarer, among others.
Black, Grace
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Blackburn, Michael
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Bongiovanni, Danielle
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Bradley, Burt
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Brasher, Melinda
Melinda Brasher spends her time writing, traveling, and hiking. Her talents include navigating by old-fashioned map, mashing multiple languages together in foreign train stations, and dealing cards really fast. You can find her work in Deep Magic, Leading Edge, Pseudopod, and others. Visit her online at www.melindabrasher.com
Brown, Mandy
Mandy Brown (she/her) is a queer Central Texas poet, a 2019 Poetry Half-Marathon winner, and the 2013 recipient of A Room of Her Own Foundation's Tillie Olsen Fellowship. Her poetry has been published in Writers Resist, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Extract(s), Eunoia Review, and more. Mandy currently teaches at an alternative school for high-risk students and loves it!
Sleepyhead Brown
Darius Brown is a writer and spoken word artist from Dallas, Texas. A Morehouse College alumnus, Darius works as a software engineer and spends his free time moonlighting as a musician and creative writer. He's slated to release a debut book, a compilation of poetry, where he puts his ideas into a literary form.
Tina Stewart Brakebill
Tina Stewart Brakebill is a former history professor and (twice) published biographer. Now she spends her days writing for a local magazine and her nights scribbling flash fiction, essays, and haiku, including pieces for The Drabble, Whispers & Echoes, and Pure Haiku. Her work can also be found in The Sound of Brilliance (The Short of It, Vol 1, 2020) available via Amazon.com. Find out more by visiting her at www.tinastewartbrakebill.com







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