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Glass, Terri
Terri Glass is a writer of the natural world which includes poetry, essay and haiku. She is the author of an e-book, The Wild Horse of Haiku:Beauty in a Changing Form available on amazon and a chapbook of haiku, Birds, Bees, Trees, Love, Hee Hee from Finishing Line Press. Some of her work has appeared in About Place, Young Raven’s Literary Review, The Fourth River, California Quarterly and many anthologies including Fire and Rain: Ecopoetry of California and Earth Blessings. She teaches in the California Poets in the Schools program in the Bay area and holds an MFA in creative writing from USM. See www.terriglass.com
Grae, Tanya
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Gravina, Kristyl
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Gray, Kelly
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Gray, Michael
Michael Gray is a college student at UNCW, minoring in Creative Writing. His favorite form of poetry is the haiku because "there is no mincing of words, everything counts".
Greaves, Maggie
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Green, Karen
Karen Green is a freelance writer in Southwestern Ontario. Her creative and editorial work has appeared in numerous online and print venues including The Globe and Mail, CBC, Today's Parent, Creative Nonfiction and The Forward.
Gregory, Sarah
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Gretzer, Stephen
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Grinyer, Mark
Mark Grinyer has published poetry in print and on-line literary magazines across the U. S. and overseas. His poems have been published in Samisdat, Green's Magazine, The Kansas Quarterly, The Literary Review, The Spoon River Quarterly, The Pacific Review, Perigee, Cordite, and a number of other magazines. A recent poem, Stalking Egret, was published as a part of the long list in Irises: The University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize 2017. His first chapbook, Approaching Poetry, is being published by Finishing Line Press this fall. He received a PhD in English and American Literature from the University of California, Riverside. He has a particular interest in the role of poetry and poets as participants in modern society, and in the use of natural scenes and images as vehicles for understanding our place in the modern world. He is currently seeking publishers for several books of poems.
Grisetti, Joann
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Grunseth, Annette
Annette Langlois Grunseth, has won awards with Wisconsin Academy Review, Wisconsin People & Ideas and Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets. Her poems have also appeared in Midwest Prairie Review, Ariel Anthology, Soundings: Door County in Poetry, and other publications. Her chapbook, “Becoming Trans-Parent, One Family’s Journey of Gender Transition” (Finishing Line Press 2017) was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Learn more at ww.annettegrunseth.com
Guill, Kelcee
Kelcee Guill is a recent graduate from the Johnson & Wales University Baking and Pastry Arts & Food Service Management Bachelor’s program. She lives in Upstate New York and finds frequent inspiration there, due to the Black River and Adirondack Mountain range. She had always loved writing, but discovered she had a knack for poetry during an elective of Creative Writing during her senior year of college. Since then, she has been trying to gain inspiration for her work as often as she can by traveling.
Gunn, Mary
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Gusek, Christopher
I was published by 50 Haikus.

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