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Her latest collection is "Having Lunch with the Sky. Judy Moskowitz started playing piano at the age of three and became a professional jazz musician. She currently resides in Boca Raton Florida where she continues to play jazz and write poetry. They live side by side in her veins and soul. He began his literary life when he was 67 and has been published in numerous literary journals. Ferreira lives in the small town of Formiga with his wife, three sons and a granddaughter.
He was been nominated for The Pushcart Prize She is interested in English literature and poetry, and has published a collection of her poems, "Words for Myself," in Farsi. He received an M. He recently published another article titled "Narrating Irish Identity: His most recent collection is The Osiris Poems published by box of chalk, JD DeHart is a writer and teacher.
His work has appeared recently at Oddball Poetry and Cacti Fur, among other places. He blogs at jddehartpoetry. Lynn White lives in north Wales. Her work is influenced by issues of social justice and events, places and people she has known or imagined. She is especially interested in exploring the boundaries of dream, fantasy and reality. This and many other poems, have been widely published, in recent anthologies such as - "Alice In Wonderland" by Silver Birch Press, "The Border Crossed Us" and "Rise" from Vagabond Press, as well as many other online and print publications.
Find Lynn online at: In , in an international poetry competition organized in memory of Yeats, his poem was shortlisted among 40 other poets from all over the world. He is also editor-in-chief of Kalomer Kalomishak, a bilingual magazine, which he founded in He currently divides his time between Kolkata and Paris. His poetry has been published world-wide in various publications throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa. He loves thunderstorms, walking in the woods at night, and spending time with his cat Willa. Ken's new book, "The Cellaring", a collection of haunting, paranormal, weird and wonderful poems, has been released and is available through Amazon.
Laurie Kuntz is an award-winning poet and film producer. She taught poetry in Japan, Thailand, and the Philippines. Recently retired, she lives in an endless summer state of mind. He is currently working on his first full-length collection of poems, Elephant Graveyard.
He lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Teresa Roberts is a writer and a wanderer. Teresa has lived all over the world and now resides during the winter in Spain. I was also born with an independent spirit. That might explain my gypsy soul. A dozen of her songs are published by Saddlestone Publishing. She currently performs as a solo acoustic electric singer songwriter guitarist. Her poems have been published in numerous magazines and journals.
Angel is preparing her first book of poetry and short stories and has one completed fantasy novella. She is seeking a publisher for her works. Ken Williams worked as a social worker for the homeless, primary the mentally ill, but including veterans, women, the elderly, drug and alcohol addicted and the physically disabled in Santa Barbara CA, for over thirty years.
He is a disabled combat Marine veteran of the Vietnam War. His blog is at: Ann Christine Tabaka was born and lives in Delaware. She is a published poet, artist, chemist, and personal trainer. She loves gardening, cooking, and the ocean. Chris lives with her husband and two cats. Her poems have been published in numerous national and international poetry journals, reviews, and anthologies.
Jordan Krais is a tall windblown poet from the suburbs of Long Island. He comes from a long line of liars, poets, and story tellers. She now divides her days between writing, knitting and creating mixed-media fiber art. Currently, she has three new books in development. One is creative non-fiction essays, and two are poetry books. She is the author of "Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage," published by Kota Press. He is a bilingual writer and his articles and research papers have been published in many International Journals.
He has contributed papers in many edited books on Indian English Literature. He loves to read and write poetry and his his first book of poetry is planned for later this year. He is interested in Indian English Literature, especially poetry, and Postmodern and Postcolonial literature. He enjoys reading his poems at open mic events and often hikes along the Mississippi River, stopping to work on a poem pulled from his back pocket, His books include: Poems Of A Normal U, His trilingual, artistic upbringing, as the son of Gun Kronzell and Herbert Moulton, lead to a hundred stage productions, countless cross-over concerts, work as a bandleader and as an acting teacher.
He is a tourguide, a big-band-vocalist, a filmmaker, a painter, a voice-over-speaker, a translator, is married and has a daughter. Moulton's passion is creative versatility. His short story collection, Aphrodite's Curse: Lisa blogs about family, relationships, and mental health issues at www. Writing throughout the past ten years has included screenplays currently in pre-production and development.
Marianne Lyon has been a music teacher for 39 years. After teaching in Hong Kong she returned to the Napa Valley and has been published in various literary magazines and reviews. Nominated for the Pushcart Prize John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident. Gretchen Ford is a Los Angeles based artist. She paints public space murals as well as smaller works.
Amy Nemecek lives in northern Michigan with her husband, son, and two cats. She shares her thoughts on writing and life at www. Ilhem Issaoui is a year-old Tunisian translator, poet, and short story writer. Some of her poems and short stories have appeared both online and in print in magazines including: She has one book of poetry entitled "Fragments of a Wounded Soul. Poetry in the Dark Where there is no Light, Darkness Lives The darkness; some of us flee from its macabre peculiar shadows, while others fall right into the fiery arms of its boundless abyss; where there are zilch traces of light and chambers of repulsive undesirable secrets!
And Author Ken Allan Dronsfield unveils them all! But there are not just skeletons hiding inside the closet of a shadowed mind in this riveting chillers edition; there are also poetic vessels stowed with centuries of twisted tales and gluttonous nightmares, containing unfathomable evils of iniquities that harvest and grow the black, dark seeds of infinite sin and transgression, birthed with warped roots.
Author Ken Allan Dronsfield numbs our hearts, literally, with his bone-chilling poetic narrations from, The Cellaring ; where we read of the explicit terror that vengefully rapes the earth of lost souls and deliberately opposes the light. The author extracts these morbid depictions directly from the depths of what he references to as, a Shadowed Mind; the perfect host to accompany you as each poem travels beyond the blackness of the universe, and deeper than the blank silence that exists at the depths of the sunless ocean!
To begin, the title seems to signify someone possibly confined to a cellaring, hence the title of the book, which happens to also be the name of his first featured poem. Normally, it is used to store wine, but this cellaring holds something a bit more sinister! Your nose struggles to breathe as you try your best to avoid suffocation, as the cellaring reeks of disintegrating bodies!
Oddly enough, the clandestine character in the poem can actually bear the foul aroma! Considering the theme of this book, whoever, or better yet, whatever it is…must not be human. Perhaps, the hidden warning in this poem is: Many of his poetic thrillers are written in brevity, yet do not lose the moment or eliminate useful detail; because of this, the result is mini poetry-tales of horror with a beginning, middle, and end.
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Moreover, the arrangement and clever writing style identified with the horror genre perfectly! He made every word count and relate to the specific cadence the poem presented, crafting metaphors that incite graphically striking and realistic imagery that is unsettling to any good spirit. Reading selected poems make you feel as if you are becoming lost in the thick, cloudy, blackness of the noxious smoke from the fiery flames of wickedness, the entire time searching and seeking for some beacon of light, a small glimmer of hope.
But on this riveting journey, there is none. This piece was an ingenious creation of imagination and creativity, painting an abstract portrait of an unknown world where there is a feeling of uneasiness that something sinister lives within the seducing metaphorical compositions. Either way, the lost soul wandering outside on a warm day, the month of May, is the perfect prey for this frightening nightmarish monster. The character has no natural zest for life, and the narrator tells us that they do not care if they live or die.
Is this a sign of a carefree, content, and self-elevated individual? Or a snapshot of someone with, for some reason or another, a curiosity for the darkness? Are you an author?
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Miscues in Modern Writing — Part 2. One person said I was being elitist. In answer to these criticisms, I will put forth a few suggestions in this entry to help the problem. Miscues in modern writing — — Part One. I use Facebook for most of my book marketing. Anyone who reads this blog regularly probably gets notified, through Facebook or Twitter, every time I post something new.
It points out, in an entertaining and funny way, just how silly our diction has become. This fact is not lost on me because I hear people talk all day and many of them sound l. Writing and Publishing Bravely. It has been my modus operandi for years. I think all writers got through this at some point. I guess fear of failure had a lot to do with it. Back to the Blog. I try to write insightful and educational pieces about the publis.
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Spring Cleaning my Writing House. I talked in my last post about having trouble getting to certain writing tasks. One is my submission to a horror anthology. A story called The Site. Remembrance of a great woman.
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I was going to write a post-mortem to my Horror Con visit from a few weeks ago, but I decided to move on to other topics. First, I heard this morning that Maya Angelou had passed away at the age of I think this is a Rhododendron, the flowers are actually redder than they appear here. Horror Con — Last day for me anyway. Just to let you know, this is a couple of days late. It is now Monday morning. I waited because I wanted to make sure that what I had written was coherent. So here we go. The last few days have been exciting an.
Horror Con — Day 2.