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Coxwell, Rebekah
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back.
Cumming, Todd
I was published by 50 Haikus.
DAngelo, Nicholas
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Dash, Trisha
Trisha Dash currently resides in Virginia Beach with her Husband Aaron Dash and their two boys, Jackson and Thomas. She attended Old Dominion University where she studied Marketing. Trisha’s interest in writing began at an early age. After taking a Creative Writing class at the Muse Writing Center in the summer of 2018, her love for poetry blossomed. Her work can be found on her website, https://www.trishadashpoetry.com. Trisha has had two Haiku poems published: Meditation”, appears in Issue #14 and “Tranquility”, will appear in Issue #15. She is a member of Hampton Roads Writers and The Academy of American Poets.
De Haven, Stephanie
I was published by 50 Haikus.
DePaul, Maria
Maria DePaul is a Washington, DC, based writer whose work has been featured in many publications, including: Aphelion; Akashic's Terrible Twosdays; Better than Starbucks; Bindweed; The Future Fire; Haikuniverse; The Horror Zine; Illumen; Inwood Indiana; Luna Station Quarterly; Nature Writing; Plum Tree Tavern; Poetry Quarterly; The Review Review; Scifaikuest; Speculative 66; Three Line Poetry; Violet Windows; and Wax Poetry and Art.
DeStefano, Gabrielle
Gabrielle DeStefano is a government lawyer by day, and a freelance writer and Editor in Chief of supremecourtreview.com by night. When she’s not working, you can find her reading, practicing yoga, hiking, playing soccer, using her MoviePass, at a literature reading, occupying the center of a dance floor, or in her Brooklyn apartment snuggling her cat, Willow.
DeWitt, Lynda
I am a children’s book author, who also wrote and edited for the National Geographic Society, Discovery Communications, the National Academies of Sciences, and other nonprofit and for-profit organizations. I earned an M.A. degree in journalism from American University and currently, write poetry while also working on a play. A poem of mine will appear in The American Journal of Poetry in July, 2018.rnrn
Delaney, John
Haiku is sushi / poetry. I hate sushi / but love poetry. Go figure.
Dias, Tiffany
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Didimay Dimacali
I am a daughter, a sister, a mother, a friend, a caregiver, a clinician, a survivor, a dreamer and a novice in the beautiful world of poetry. At the onset of writing poetry, I discovered my affinity to acrostic poetry but ventured further with much delight in the challenging forms of Haikus and Triolets. My poems are mostly based on certain experiences, thoughts and feelings. They serve as my therapy from the rigorous stressors in life and my prayers of gratitude for a life filled with love and compassion.
Diener, Samuel
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back.
Dillon, Nina
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Diver, Jacob
My name is Jacob Diver. I'm a creative and professional writing student at Bangor University. I write poetry, prose, copy... anything really. Feel free to contact me at jacobdiver@btinternet.com if you're interested in commissioning work. I'll try to get back to you within 2 weeks of receiving, sooner if possible.
Dollbaum, Thomas
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back.

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