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  • Sheikha A. New to Winamop and very fine. ©2016

  • Gale Acuff has had poetry published in Ascent, Ohio Journal, Descant, Adirondack Review, Ottawa Arts Review, Worcester Review, Maryland Poetry Review, Florida Review, South Carolina Review, Arkansas Review, Carolina Quarterly, Poem, South Dakota Review, Santa Barbara Review, Sequential Art Narrative in Education, and many other journals. He has authored three books of poetry: Buffalo Nickel (BrickHouse Press, 2004), The Weight of the World (BrickHouse, 2006), and The Story of My Lives (BrickHouse, 2008). He has taught university English in the US, China, and the Palestinian West Bank.

  • Gale Acuff First for us, first love. ©2017

  • Sudeep Adhikari new and interesting. ©2016

  • Geoff Anderson One to watch! (well, there are five actually..) ©2016

  • George Anderson is a teacher, critic and poet who lives in Australia. He is a contributor to the small alternative press over two decades. He blogs at Bold Monkey. Find it here: https://georgedanderson.blogspot.com His latest chapbook Fuckwits & Angels (2019) was unleased by Holy & Intoxicated Publications, UK.

  • George Anderson Introduces himself with five moving poems. ©2019

  • Vinca Andre Is it poetry or art? Both! ©2012

  • John Atkins tries his hand at poetry, and expresses some cynicism.

  • "Song About Missionaries" by John Atkins. A song from his satirical cabaret "On The Very Edge"

  • "History of Obscenity" by John Atkins. The "Lady Chatterley" case caused a furor in the sixties when some classic works came under fire from puritanical zealots who tried to ban them on grounds of obscenity. This song is JA's reaction to it.

  • "TWIGLET" a new verse form from John Atkins. It's not every day that you come across a new verse form, J Atkins has, but was it worth it?

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  • Taylor B. New to Winamop. ©2015

  • Tohm Bakelas is a social worker in a psychiatric hospital. He was born in New Jersey, resides there, and will die there. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, zines, and online publications. He is the author of 12 chapbooks, one full length book of poetry, and his work has been nominated several times for the Pushcart Prize. He is also the editor of Between Shadows Press.

  • Tohm Bakelas goes all haiku. ©2021

  • Tohm Bakelas is 1936 miles away.. maybe it's for the best?. ©2020

  • Tohm Bakelas New to Winamop, Monday morning. ©2019

  • Rhonda Banton returns with an axe to grind.

  • Rhonda Banton returns with two more poems of physical love..

  • Rhonda Banton is a passionate poet who also goes by the name of "Sensuous2000". Hot stuff.

  • Christopher Barnes has a new collection. ©2013

  • Christopher Barnes has six new poems. ©2012

  • Christopher Barnes Poetry in images.©2012

  • Christopher Barnes of executions and faded stars.

  • Andy Bate has transport difficulties.

  • Andy Bate Back for 2010 with romance in the air.

  • Andy Bate New ones, good ones, the late 2009 collection.

  • Andy Bate has three more for us. Late 2008 - early 2009.

  • Andy Bate is thinking of bacon.

  • Andy Bate The American election is finally over, what should Obama do?

  • Andy Bate The Autumn collection.

  • Andy Bate muses on the news, especially a certain Robert.

  • Andy Bate is a political commentator, tourist and has shoe problems.

  • Andy Bate considers a tattoo and reflects on lonliness.

  • Andy Bate comments on the minimum wage.

  • Andy Bate is in reflective mood in this new poem.

  • Andy Bate is back and he's had work to do.

  • Andy Bate introduces himself with two new poems to raise the spirits.

  • Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director and worked as an art dealer when he couldn't earn a living in the theater. He has also been a tennis pro, a ditch digger and a salvage diver. His original plays and translations of Moliere, Aristophanes and Sophocles have been produced Off Broadway. His poetry, fiction and essays have appeared in hundreds of literary magazines and his published books include 31 poetry collections, 14 novels, 3 short story collections, 1 collection of essays and 4 books of plays. Published poetry books include: Dawn in Cities, Assault on Nature, Songs of a Clerk, Civilized Ways, Displays, Perceptions, Fault Lines, Tremors, Perturbations, Rude Awakenings, The Remission of Order, Contusions, Desperate Seeker and Learning Curve (Winter Goose Publishing). Earth Links, Too Harsh For Pastels, Severance, Redemption Value, Fractional Disorder, Disruptions, Ignition Point and Resonance (Cyberwit Publishing Forthcoming: Turbulence). ‘Motifs’ (Adelaide Books). His novels include Extreme Change (Winter Goose Publishing). State of Rage, Wavelength, Protective Agency, Obsess and Flawed Connections (Cyberwit Publishing. Forthcoming: Still Obsessed). His short story collections include: A Glimpse of Youth (Sweatshoppe Publications). Now I Accuse and other stories (Winter Goose Publishing). Dogs Don’t Send Flowers and other stories (Wordcatcher Publishing). Collected Essays of Gary Beck (Cyberwit Publishing). The Big Match and other one act plays (Wordcatcher Publishing). Collected Plays of Gary Beck Volume 1 and Plays of Aristophanes translated, then directed by Gary Beck and Collected Plays of Gary Beck Volume II (Cyberwit Publishing. Forthcoming: Four Plays by Moliere translated then directed by Gary Beck and Collected Plays of Gary Beck Volume III). Gary lives in New York City.

  • Gary Beck "Lacerations", we all suffer them. ©2021

  • Gary Beck "Double Envelopment" ©2021

  • Gary Beck Excerpts from "Turbulence". ©2020

  • Gary Beck Excerpts from Motifs. ©2020

  • Gary Beck Three poems from Disruptions. ©2019

  • Gary Beck is back with more from Fractional Disorder. ©2019

  • Gary Beck Excerpts from Mortal Coil ©2018

  • Gary Beck Excerpts from Ignition Point. ©2017

  • Gary Beck. Fractional Disorder. ©2017

  • Gary Beck returns with 5 new poems. ©2016

  • Gary Beck Is not pleased ©2015

  • Gary Beck Too Harsh for Pastels. ©2015

  • Robert Allen Beckvall New to Winamop ©2018

  • Bruce J. Berger in homage to Dylan Thomas. ©2021

  • Bruce J. Berger Prose Poem in Three Parts. ©2019

  • Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal New and beautiful poetry. ©2019

  • "Questions of Foresight and Confidence" by BGZ. John is gone. He was blind and was prone to musings. Here is one.

  • "Spilled Salt" by BGZ. Relationship break-up, strong fuel for poetry. He won an award for this one.

  • Orlando Blake see Orbindu Ganga.

  • David Boski lives in Toronto and is best known for his controversial spoken word performances in the past where he was a TPS finalist in 2011 and the subject of a documentary short. After barely writing for five years, he began again in 2018. His poems have most recently appeared in: Rusty Truck; Duane's Poetree; Down in the Dirt; Spadina Literary Review; Outlaw Poetry; Horror Sleaze Trash. He has a forthcoming chapbook being released by Analog Submission Press later this year.

  • David Boski Sadness with a spark. ©2019

  • David Boski Introduces himself with five poems. ©2019

  • Len Bourret is back for 2010, with three new poems.

  • Len Bourret tries to get through the eye of a needle.

  • Len Bourret goes swimming.. in the Niagara river.

  • Len Bourret admires the moon.

  • Len Bourret praises an inspirational man.

  • Len Bourret is worried about the weather.

  • Len Bourret also has three new poems, one inspired by Bruce Lee.

  • Len Bourret is captivated by a new atmospheric phenomenon.

  • Len Bourret advises tolerance.

  • Len Bourret floats through the Florida Keys.

  • Len Bourret is Inspired by Christopher Marlowe.

  • Len Bourret focusses on Elizabeth Taylor.

  • Len Bourret dedicates this poem to Doris Day, Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Paul McCartney and the Beatles.

  • Tempest Brew Observations. ©2015

  • Tempest Brew. New to Winamop.©2015

  • Terry Brinkman  has been painting for over forty five years. He started creating Poems. Five Amazon E- Books. Poems in Rue Scribe, Tiny Seed, Jute Milieu Lit and Utah Life Magazine.  Snapdragon Journal, Poets Choice, In Parentheses, Adelaide Magazine, UN/Tethered Anthology and the Writing Disorder.

  • Terry Brinkman. Six new ones. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman. An October 5 from Terry. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman. Five more from Terry. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman. Three more from Terry. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman. More from this original poet. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman Ink stains. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman More Sonnets. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman Metaphysical. ©2021

  • Terry Brinkman Sonnets a go-go. ©2020

  • Terry Brinkman Five more poems. ©2020

  • Terry Brinkman has gone to the pub. ©2020

  • Terry Brinkman poems too! (as well as the art) ©2020

  • Terry Brinkman. His first for Winamop. ©2020

  • Adam Levon Brown New and impressive. ©2018

  • Introducing Artemis Brown. A new poet introduced to us by Clifford K. Watkins, Jr.

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  • Valentina Cano. Very imaginative.

  • cas has a "Sketch in Broken Pencil" for you.

  • cas takes a sideways look at his Christmas tree.

  • cas returns as a shy lover who considers the consequences..

  • cas brings us a poem of technological love.

  • cas has written a "poem without words" (which does have words..)

  • Ed Case likes Liz Taylor even more than len Bourret!

  • Stephen Chaleff. New contributor with poems inspried by life and love.

  • Joshua Coetzee considers our Legacy.

  • Joshua Coetzee Is back, but feeling "Empty".

  • Joshua Coetzee with three new poems. Josh is on his soapbox.

  • Joshua Coetzee takes a stand on abortion.

  • Joshua Coetzee remembers those stepping stones.

  • Joshua Coetzee Is in love, you can almost see her.

  • Joshua Coetzee. The latest from this South African poet.

  • Joshua Coetzee is back with nine new poems, some of his best yet.

  • Joshua Coetzee returns, this time with poems titled by Claudio De Luca.

  • More poems by Joshua Coetzee. There's tenderness and pain here.

  • Three poems by Joshua Coetzee. Fine imagery from South Africa.

  • Alfonso Colasuonno Introducing..©2016

  • SuzAnne C. Cole Springs onto Winamop for the first time. ©2018

  • Virginie Colline with a haiku inspired by a picture. ©2013

  • Virginie Colline joins Winamop with four Haiku. ©2013

  • HR Creel Old but new. 2016

  • Mary Cresswell Two new poems. 2020

  • Mary Cresswell three more "songs of yet more experience". 2019

  • Mary Cresswell. Welcome back with 3 new ones. 2019

  • Mary Cresswell You'll enjoy these poems. ©2014

  • Mary Cresswell More good stuff. ©2014

  • Mary Cresswell humour and wit. ©2013

  • Mary Cresswell returns with 5 bitter-sweet poems. ©2013

  • Mary Cresswell New for 2013, very good too! ©2013

  • Luis Cuauhtemoc. A new contributor introduces himself.

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  • Melissa Davis is new to Winamop. ©2013

  • EG Ted Davis introduces himself and a certain "Doctor". ©2018

  • Holly Day introduces herself with five new poems. ©2012

  • JD DeHart. Some thoughts on the pandemic. ©2020

  • JD DeHart. A great selection, late of "Eye On Life". ©2020

  • JD DeHart Get inside his head. ©2019

  • JD DeHart Short ones.. but there are four to read. ©2019

  • JD DeHart Eight poems, new and old. ©2019

  • JD DeHart Glossophobia and more. ©2018

  • JD DeHart. New for us. ©2018

  • JD DeHart. Smart and Dramatic. ©2018

  • JD DeHart. Life developing. ©2018

  • JD DeHart. Three more from JD. ©2018

  • JD DeHart goes prose with poetry. ©2017

  • JD DeHart Ten concentrated shots. ©2015

  • JD DeHart Modern life, eh? ©2015

  • JD DeHart Four more good ones. ©2014

  • JD DeHart More new material ©2014

  • JD DeHart Three more from this fine poet ©2014

  • JD DeHart his first poem for Winamop ©2014

  • James Diaz with five new poems for us. ©2016

  • James Diaz An impressive debut ©2015

  • Ken Allan Dronsfield is a disabled veteran, prize winning poet and fabulist from New Hampshire, now residing on the plains of Oklahoma. He has three poetry collections, "The Cellaring", 80 poems of light horror, paranormal, weird and wonderful work. His second book, "A Taint of Pity", contains 52 Life Poems Written with a Cracked Inflection. Ken's third poetry collection, "Zephyr's Whisper", 64 Poems and Parables of a Seasonal Pretense, and includes his poem, "With Charcoal Black, Version III", selected as the First Prize Winner in Realistic Poetry International's recent Nature Poem Contest. He's been nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize and six times for the Best of the Net, 2016-2018. Ken loves writing, hiking, thunderstorms, and spending time with his cats Willa, Yumpy and Turbo.

  • Ken Allen Dronsfield A new collection. ©2019

  • Ken Allan Dronsfield embraces the season. ©2017

  • Ken Allan Dronsfield is back! ©2016

  • Ken Allan Dronsfield Another five poems. ©2016

  • Ken Allan Dronsfield Five new poems ©2016

  • Ken Allan Dronsfield New to Winamop ©2016

  • Stephen Philip Druce new to Winamop.

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  • George Gad Economou Bars, gambling and beauty. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou has a smoother ride. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou has a hangover.. again. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou Close to the edge. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou needs some vitamins.. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou watch out for the ants. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou gets better and better. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou. Quality. ©2021

  • George Gad Economou Poems on life. ©2020

  • George Gad Economou another fine set of poems. ©2020

  • George Gad Economou in reflective mood. ©2020

  • George Gad Economou One more for the road? (Well 5 actaully..) ©2020

  • George Gad Economou is on borrowed time. ©2019

  • George Gad Economou. News of the booze. ©2019

  • George Gad Economou slides the slippery slope. ©2018

  • George Gad Economou introduces himself. ©2018

  • Neil Ellman Ekphrasticism in action; volume 12. ©2018

  • Neil Ellman Great to read, great to see. ©2017

  • Neil Ellman Inspired by Paul Klee. ©2017

  • Neil Ellman Poems inspired by Pierre Alechinsky ©2016

  • Neil Ellman inspired by Philip Gusman's art. ©2015

  • Neil Ellman more poetry inspred by art. ©2015

  • Neil Ellman concentrates on Kandinsky. ©2014

  • Neil Ellman five new ekphrastic poems. ©2014

  • Neil Ellman another suite of ekphrastic poetry.©2013

  • Neil Ellman more ekphrastic poetry. ©2013

  • Neil Ellman has some ekphrastic poetry for us. ©2012

  • Sarah Engel is French and this is her first for Winamop.

  • Michael Estabrook has been publishing his poetry in the small press since the 1980s. He has published over 20 collections, a recent one being The Poet’s Curse, A Miscellany (The Poetry Box, 2019). He lives in Acton, Massachusetts.

  • Michael Estabrook looks at life, and writing. ©2021

  • Michael Estabrook In great form. ©2020

  • Michael Estabrook. Surrealsit Dreams. ©2020

  • Michael Estabrook Goes way back in time. ©2017

  • Michael Estabrook Five new ones ©2016

  • Michael Estabrook five new poems. ©2014

  • Michael Estabrook five new poems for 2011.

  • Michael Estabrook. One woman (Patti), many poems. ©2008

  • Michael Estabrook, more from Mike, and it's good stuff! ©2007

  • Michael Estabrook. Observational poems with a neat twist.. ©2006

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  • R. Gerry Fabian is a retired English instructor. As a poet and novelist, he has been publishing his writing since 1972 in various literary magazines. His web page is https://rgerryfabian.wordpress.com Twitter @GerryFabian2 He has published three books of his published poems, Parallels, Coming Out Of The Atlantic and Electronic Forecasts. In addition, he has published three novels. They are Getting Lucky (The Story), Memphis Masquerade, and Seventh Sense. All these books are available both as ebooks and paperbacks at all publishers including Amazon, Apple Books and Barnes and Noble.

  • R. Gerry Fabian. Introducing! ©2020

  • John Anthony Fingleton is from Cork City Ireland, much travelled, living at present in Paraguay, South America. He has four books of poetry published and three one-act plays produced. Contributed to anthologies worldwide.

  • John Anthony Fingleton. His first for us (and very good too). ©2020

  • Gary Floyd is contemplating One Lone Sock. ©2016

  • Martin Friel. Birth of the artist. ©2017

  • Martin Friel. Death of an Artist. ©2017

  • Martin Friel is not looking after himself.©2013

  • Martin Friel has written another poem. It's good. ©2013

  • Martin Friel tries his hand at poetry, and the result is superb. ©2009

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  • Ash Gamble Introducing a new poet. ©2015

  • Orbindu Ganga is known by his pen name in poetic world as Orlando Blake. He is a post-graduate in science and the first recipient of Dr. Mitra Augustine gold medal for academic excellence. He touches the nuances to get imbibed in psychology, counselling, philosophy, spirituality, travelling and music. He is writing his first fiction, poetry has been his first love. His poems have been published in various international publications like Sahitya Anand, Spillwords Press, OPA and Atunis.

  • Orbindu Ganga. Reweighed from History. ©2021

  • Orbindu Ganga The "I" in me. ©2020

  • Orbindu Ganga Three new ones for 2020.

  • Orbindu Ganga is back with three poems. ©2019

  • Orbindu Ganga with "Ashes" ©2019

  • Orbindu Ganga Touch me not ... ©2018

  • Orbindu Ganga is walking in the snow. ©2017

  • Orbindu Ganga is Being Forlorn in autumn. ©2017

  • Blanca Alicia Garza a collection to savour. ©2017

  • Blanca Alicia Garza Five more sensuous poems. ©2017

  • Blanca Alicia Garza Stylish ©2016

  • Nancy Gauquier. doesn't want to go to heaven if those "good guys" are going! ©2007

  • "Words" a book by Nancy Gauquier. Reviewed by JBP. ©2006

  • Nancy Gauquier is ageing dysgracefully. Is there any other way to go? ©2006

  • Nancy Gauquier. Fantastic Lovers. It seems some improvements could be made. ©2006

  • Katt Gold Her first for us. ©2016

  • Jeremy Gosnell. First for us from Jeremy.

  • Allison Grayhurst Welcome back! ©2017

  • Allison Grayhurst New and impressive. ©2015

  • Martin Green waxes poetic. ©2014

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg has been playing with words for an awfully long time. Initially a rhetoric professor and a National Endowment for the Humanities Scholar, she shed her academic laurels to romp around with a prickle of imaginary hedgehogs.

    Thereafter, she's been nominated once for The Best of the Net in poetry, three times for the Pushcart Prize in Literature for poetry, once for the Pushcart Prize in Literature for fiction, once for the Million Writers Award for fiction, and once for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay. To boot, Hannah’s had more than three dozen books published, and has served as an editor for several literary journals.

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Her poetry evolves. ©2021

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg a new selection. ©2021

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg with a harder edge. ©2021

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three more poems. ©2020

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg returns to poetic form. ©2020

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Balm for the world. ©2020

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three poems by our favourite wordsmith. ©2020

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. Three more from Channie. ©2020

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three meaty poems. ©2019

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. New selection. ©2019

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. Three new poems. ©2019

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. Three for July. ©2019

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. Some sadness here. ©2019

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three new poems. ©2019

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three new poems. ©2018

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. Wordsmith. ©2018

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. Romance. ©2018

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. The muse strikes. ©2018

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three new poems for a new year. ©2017

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg To the future. ©2017

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg two new poems. ©2016

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg A Middle Eastern Marvel! ©2016

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Jewellery, rabbits and a child's dearest toy. ©2016

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg The Five to Eight Parent ©2016

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Carpentry, metaphor and wordsmithery ©2016

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Dani and his Gun. ©2015

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three new poems. ©2015

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Cold Enough to See. ©2015

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg 1 poem and a quick flash. ©2014

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg a lullaby? ©2014

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg goes cosmic ©2014

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg with two witty poems ©2014

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Amid Giants’ Awkward Works. ©2014

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three poems of contrast. ©2014

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Of stars & animals. ©2013

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg short and sweet. ©2013

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg is Procuring and Adjusting Holiday Garments. ©2013

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg. Thoughtful. ©2013

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg new for 2013. ©2013

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg with two topical poems. ©2012

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg is back with two more poems. ©2012

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg Three short poems. ©2012

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg New for 2012.

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg with two new for you. ©2011

  • KJ Hannah Greenberg branches into poetry. ©2010

  • John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident. Recently published in That, Dunes Review, Poetry East and North Dakota Quarterly with work upcoming in Haight-Ashbury Literary Journal, Thin Air, Dalhousie Review and failbetter.

  • John Grey is still on top form. 7 new poems. ©2021

  • John Grey is back with five new poems. ©2021

  • John Grey. Superb stuff. ©2021

  • John Grey A keen observer. ©2021

  • John Grey with a new collection. ©2020

  • John Grey. Five little belters. ©2020

  • John Grey. A welcome return. ©2020

  • John Grey Five super poems. ©2019

  • John Grey. Excellent as usual. ©2019

  • John Grey Perceptive. ©2019

  • John Grey Five fresh poems. ©2019

  • John Grey Five new poems. ©2018

  • John Grey has another five poems for us. ©2017

  • John Grey Six new poems. ©2017

  • John Grey with six more gems for spring. ©2017

  • John Grey with six wonderful poems. ©2017

  • John Grey a new voice to Winamop. ©2016

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  • Joel Hardin Surreality. ©2011

  • Bruce Harris introduces three new poems. ©2014

  • Bruce Harris A wry look at modern life. ©2012

  • Bruce Harris has advice for aliens & other poems. ©2012

  • Matt Harris Chang Sanfeng comes down from Wudang Mountain. ©2014

  • Paul Hawkins introduces himself with this rock & roll tale. ©2007

  • Kyle Hemmings. Long form brilliance. ©2011

  • Jack Henry. Catching up after a long time away. ©2019

  • Jack Henry is back. Watch out! ©2008

  • Jack Henry. Uncompromising Californian poet. ©2008

  • Gary Hewitt 6.50 club. ©2015

  • Gary Hewitt is in training. ©2014

  • Mike Hickman (@MikeHicWriter) is a writer from York, England. He has written for Off the Rock Productions (stage and audio), including a 2018 play about Groucho Marx. He has recently been published in EllipsisZine, the South Shore Art and Literary Review, Bitchin’ Kitsch, the Cabinet of Heed, the Potato Soup Journal, and Red Fez.

  • Mike Hickman turns his hand to poetry. ©2021

  • A.J. Huffman has a new collection. ©2018

  • A.J. Huffman Light and love. ©2018

  • A.J. Huffman returns with five new poems. ©2017

  • A.J. Huffman Is back and she's been busy. ©2016

  • A.J. Huffman Things will improve? ©2015

  • A.J. Huffman returns with four new ones. ©2015

  • A.J. Huffman looks at life. ©2014

  • A. J. Huffman amusing and provocative. ©2013

  • A.J. Huffman is back, and she's on form. ©2013

  • A.J. Huffman Three new poems for 2013.

  • A.J. Huffman writes with humour and bile. ©2012

  • A.J. Huffman new to Winamop in 2012.

  • Justin Hyde works in Iowa as a correctional officer.

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  • Linda Imbler believes poetry has the potential to add to the beauty of the world. Her poetry collections include “Big Questions, Little Sleep,” “Lost and Found,” “The Sea’s Secret Song,” and “Pairings,” a hybrid ebook of short fiction and poetry. Examples of Linda’s poetry and a listing of publications can be found at lindaspoetryblog.blogspot.com.

  • Linda Imbler introduces herself to Winamop with 5 poems. ©2019

  • Michael Internicola. From his 2004 collection. Michael has a BA in English, lives in New York, writes novels and poems, makes films, serves drinks...

  • Daniel S. Irwin Not too serious!

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  • James Croal Jackson is a Filipino-American poet. He has a chapbook, The Frayed Edge of Memory (Writing Knights Press, 2017), and poems published in Sampsonia Way, San Antonio Review, and Chiron Review, among others. He edits The Mantle Poetry (themantlepoetry.com) and works in film production in Pittsburgh, PA. (jamescroaljackson.com)

  • James Croal Jackson New to Winamop! ©2020

  • Colin James disposes of some hairy fellows.

  • For JBP look under P for J.B. Pick

  • JD. "Depression".. and yet there is hope! This wins the brevity award..

  • Cattail Jester returns. ©2018

  • Cattail Jester. Brand new and promising ©2016

  • Vivekanand Jha. Introducing this Indian poet.

  • Vivekanand Jha. Shows his sense of humour.

  • Michael Lee Johnson lived ten years in Canada during the Vietnam era. He is a Canadian and USA citizen. Today he is a poet, editor, publisher, freelance writer, amateur photographer, small business owner in Itasca, Illinois. He has been published in more than 930 small press magazines in 33 different countries or republics, and he edits 10 poetry sites. Author's website http://poetryman.mysite.com/. Michael is the author of The Lost American: From Exile to Freedom (136 page book) ISBN: 978-0-595-46091-5, several chapbooks of poetry, including From Which Place the Morning Rises and Challenge of Night and Day, and Chicago Poems. He also has over 130 poetry videos on YouTube as of 2015: Michael Lee Johnson, Itasca, IL nominated for 2 Pushcart Prize awards for poetry 2015 & Best of the Net 2016. Visit his Facebook Poetry Group and join. He is also the editor/publisher of anthology, Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze: A second poetry anthology, Dandelion in a Vase of Roses, Editor Michael Lee Johnson, is now available.

  • Michael Lee Johnson with audio too. ©2020

  • Michael Lee Johnson is back with four new poems. ©2020

  • Michael Lee Johnson is feeling his age. ©2018

  • Michael Lee Johnson Mulimedia and fun. ©2018

  • Michael Lee Johnson Things are happening. ©2017

  • Michael Lee Johnson a new collection. ©2017

  • Michael Lee Johnson A new collection. ©2015

  • Michael Lee Johnson. With audio too. ©2015

  • Michael Lee Johnson reads his poetry. ©2014

  • Rebecca Johnson with Toronto Dream and Flower Power.

  • Rebecca Johnson has a new friend, it's a Rock 'N' Roll Toad....

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  • Poetry by Sheema Kalbasi. Iranian-born human-rights activist Sheema has something to say.

  • John Kaniecki debuts with five great poems ©2014

  • Sofia Kioroglou. The Gymnast. ©2018

  • Sofia Kioroglou. The Fig Tree Will bear Fruit. ©2018

  • Sofia Kioroglou takes us to Athens. ©2018

  • Sofia Kioroglou on Maria Skobtsova - The Holy Fool. ©2017

  • Sofia Kioroglou A Monster! ©2017

  • Sofia Kioroglou is back and feeling optimistic. ©2017

  • Sofia Kioroglou introduces Harry Fox. ©2017

  • Sofia Kioroglou Two short pieces. ©2016

  • Sofia Kioroglou Like Nigella Damascena. ©2016

  • Sofia Kioroglou Three gems from Greece. ©2016

  • Sofia Kioroglou Trouble with balance. ©2016

  • Sofia Kioroglou Introducing. ©2016

  • Sandeep Kumar Mishra is a writer, poet, and lecturer in English Literature. He is the art instructor at Kishlaya Outsider Art Academy. He has edited a collection of poems by various poets - Pearls (2002) and written a professional guidebook -How to be (2016) and a collection of poems and art-Feel My Heart(2016) http://www.sandeepkumarmishra.com/

  • Sandeep Kumar Mishra brings us four poems. ©2018

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  • Jalpan Lala Introducing. 2020

  • Introducing Pete Lee. Seven poems with wit and brevity.

  • Martin H Levinson feeling cold. 2016

  • Adam Levon Brown is an internationally published author, poet, amateur photographer. He is Founder, Owner, and editor in chief of Madness Muse Press. He has had poetry published hundreds of times in several languages, along with 2 full collections and 3 chapbooks.

  • Adam Levon Brown New to Winamop. ©2017

  • Katie Lewington New to Winamop. ©2015

  • Andrea Lewis A new voice, splendid poetry. ©2013

  • j. lewis Three great poems. ©2016

  • Jenny Lu Welcome back! ©2018

  • Jenny Lu A four poem debut. ©2017

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  • Magnificent Guffaw introduces himself with 3 new poems.

  • Indunil Madhusankha is live from Sri Lanka. ©2017

  • Donal Mahoney "That Laugh" changed everything. ©2014

  • Donal Mahoney wants some fire and brimstone back. ©2013

  • Donal Mahoney Old Romeo Puts His Bible Down ©2012

  • Donal Mahoney returns with Death Has Dominion. ©2012

  • Donal Mahoney tells of a late-night meeting.

  • Chris Major goes dotty when love goes wrong.

  • Chris Major. Poetry you see, rather than read.

  • Chris Major. Is it poetry or is it art? Or satire? Four poems of a different kind.

  • Yvette Managan, new to Winamop with angst and humour.

  • DS Maolalai is a poet from Ireland who has been writing and publishing poetry for almost 10 years. His first collection, Love is Breaking Plates in the Garden, was published in 2016 by the Encircle Press, and he has a second collection forthcoming from Turas Press in 2019. He has been nominated for Best of the Web and twice for the Pushcart Prize.

  • DS Maolalai back for 2020. ©2020

  • DS Maolalai Back with five new poems. ©2019

  • DS Maolalai Life lived well, maybe too well.. R ©2018

  • Michael Martin has been writing for some time, here are 3 of his poems.

  • Max is displeased and has penned a "poem about Ruth".

  • Nate Maye Introducing. 2016

  • Samantha McCulloch. "Beans". Not to be taken too seriously!

  • Sean McGahey. Sex, poetry and relationships.

  • Sean McGahey. "Beatitude Pulp". Poetry is bunk?

  • Sean McGahey. "Leaving". He's on his way.

  • Karen McKenna. A new contributor with an individual style.

  • David McLean is back with five new ones.

  • David McLean has four new poems, his first for Winamop.

  • Rajnish Mishra is a poet, writer, translator and blogger, born and brought up in Varanasi - India and now in exile from his city. His work originates at the point of intersection between his psyche and his city. He edits PPP Ezine.

  • Rajnish Mishra New to Winamop. ©2019

  • Fred Miller is a California writer. Over fifty of his stories and poems have appeared in publications around the world in the past ten years. Many may be seen on his blog: https://pookah1943.wordpress.com

  • Fred Miller is having spider problems. ©2021

  • Mark J. Mitchell Mark J. Mitchell was born in Chicago and grew up in southern California. His latest poetry collection, Starting from Tu Fu was just published by Encircle Publications. A new collection is due out in December from Cherry Grove. He is very fond of baseball, Louis Aragon, Miles Davis, Kafka and Dante. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, the activist and documentarian, Joan Juster where he made his marginal living pointing out pretty things. Now, like everyone else, he’s unemployed. He has published 2 novels and three chapbooks and two full length collections so far. Titles on request. A meager online presence can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MarkJMitchellwriter/

  • Mark J. Mitchell five new poems. ©2020

  • Mark J. Mitchell is new to Winamop. Five poems. ©2019

  • Jess Mize four from Jess. ©2016

  • Samuel Moulton Love but not romance. ©2015

  • Christopher Mulrooney Welcome to Winamop. ©2013

  • Esther Murer. Four poems (one a round-robin).

  • Christina Murphy sets the cat amongst the pigeons in Poetry Undefined. ©2012

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  • Anita Nabonne New talent with 6 poems. ©2016

  • Ben Nardolilli introduces himself to Winamop.

  • Ashok Niyogi has taken a tangetial path.

  • Ashok Niyogi returns with five new poems for 2008.

  • Ashok Niyogi returns with some superb new work. In 2 Parts.

  • Ashok Niyogi. "Love Poems". Poignant and well observed.

  • Ashok Niyogi. "From My Attic Window". A different view on the world.

  • Ashok Niyogi. "Lake Poems". The first set for us from Ashok (more soon!)

  • Ashok Niyogi returns with more from his new collection.

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  • Vincent O'Connor returns. ©2021

  • Vincent O'Connor Autumn Morning. ©2020

  • Vincent O'Connor Two short poems. ©2019

  • Vincent O'Connor Conjoining (it's a bit short!). ©2019

  • Vincent O'Connor has trouble sleeping. ©2018

  • Vincent O'Connor. Pure quality once more. ©2017

  • Vincent O'Connor She and Losing. ©2017

  • Vincent O'Connor Folding ©2015

  • Connor Orrico. Introducing. ©2020

  • Scott Thomas Outlar Introducing ©2015

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  • Jasmyne Painter is new to Winamop. ©2021

  • Kaitlyn Park New to Winamop. ©2015

  • Mark Anthony Pearce Eight fine poems on daily life. ©2021

  • Mark Anthony Pearce is out and about again! ©2021

  • Mark Anthony Pearce. 11 more lockdown poems. ©2020

  • Mark Anthony Pearce has the lockdown blues, 19 poems! ©2020

  • Puma Perl. New to Winamop.

  • Darrell Petska's poetry has appeared in Muddy River Poetry Review, Chiron Review, Star 82 Review, Verse-Virtual and widely elsewhere (see conservancies.wordpress.com). Darrell has tallied a third of a century as engineering editor for the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 40 years as a father (seven years as a grandfather), and almost a half century as a husband.

  • Darrell Petska. New to Winamop. ©2019

  • J.B. Pick More from Early Rising

  • J.B. Pick A selection from "early rising".

  • J.B. Pick A selection of his winter poems.

  • J.B. Pick The "Evening Light" collection.

  • J.B. Pick Some nuggets from the vaults.

  • J.B. Pick Dr Quantum is incarcerated.

  • Excerpts from "A Lost Secret" by J.B. Pick

  • Excerpts from "stones from the beach" by J.B. Pick.Archive material. ©2012

  • Excerpts from "Enough?" by J.B. Pick. The 2011 collection in 2 parts.

  • Excerpts from "Words" by J.B. Pick. The 2009 collection.

  • Excerpts from "By the River" by J.B. Pick. His newest booklet.

  • Extracts from "Otherwise" by J.B. Pick. Harlequin, January, March, April, Old age blues.

  • Extracts from "Reading The Code" by J.B. Pick. 2002 material from this award-winning poet.

  • Extracts from "Being Here" by J.B. Pick. The 2001 collection.

  • Extracts from "Now" by J.B. Pick. The 2000 collection of J.B. Pick's poems.

  • "O Mr Hoon..." Geoff Hoon gets the J.B. Pick treatment.

  • Clerihews by J.B. Pick. Clerihews "humorously sum up the life and character of some notable person in two short couplets". Started by E Clerihew (Bentley) in 1905. So says Chambers dictionary anyway.

  • Robert Plath is back with 4 poems. ©2019

  • Rob Plath Three new poems. ©2018

  • Rob Plath returns from the brink. R ©2013

  • Rob Plath vents his spleen.

  • Rob Plath with four great new poems.

  • Kushal Poddar. Introducing.. ©2020

  • Fabrice B. Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, Winamop and many other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review as well as other publications.

  • Fabrice B. Poussin brings five new poems. ©2021

  • Fabrice B. Poussin Truly poetic. ©2020

  • Fabrice B. Poussin. Five beautiful poems. ©2020

  • Fabrice B. Poussin. New and excellent collection. ©2019

  • Fabrice B. Poussin Turns to poetry. ©2017

  • Perry L. Powell writes tenderly. ©2018

  • Perry L. Powell The Mixture as Before! ©2016

  • Perry L Powell New to Winamop. ©2016

  • Frank C. Praeger Five new ones. ©2015

  • Frank C. Praeger Four new poems. ©2014

  • Frank C. Praeger New for 2014. ©2014

  • Frank C. Praeger the wait was worth it.©2013

  • Frank C. Praeger has five new poems for us. ©2012

  • Frank C. Praeger Welcome to Winamop.

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  • Peter Ray and a poem about a storm in 1824. ©2012

  • Peter Ray is inspried by the history of wartime.

  • Peter Ray meets the Purton Hulks.

  • Jillian Reno. When a mother loses a baby. Strong stuff.

  • Brian Rihlmann was born in New Jersey and currently resides in Reno, Nevada. He writes free verse poetry, much of it confessional. Folk poetry, for folks. He has been published in The Blue Nib, The American Journal of Poetry, Cajun Mutt Press, The Rye Whiskey Review, Alien Buddha Zine and others.

  • Brian Rihlmann A new talent bringing five poems. ©2019

  • Bella Rinne. A new voice with four poems. ©2020

  • Phil Robertson £10.97 for a bottle of the hard stuff. ©2012

  • John D Robinson a fall from grace. R ©2021

  • John D Robinson is on good form. ©2021

  • John D Robinson Five poems. ©2021

  • John D Robinson Four good ones. ©2020

  • John D Robinson five new poems. ©2020

  • John D Robinson more excellent stuff. ©2020

  • John D Robinson gets into trouble R ©2019.

  • John D Robinson is in poetic mood. ©2019

  • John D Robinson. Turns some tricks. ©2019

  • John D Robinson There's a lot to deal with. ©2019

  • John D Robinson Life's a bitch. ©2018

  • John D Robinson. Five new poems. ©2018

  • John D Robinson Living life on the wild side. ©2018

  • John D Robinson New and feisty. R ©2017

  • John D Robinson returns with five great poems & no bullshit. ©2017

  • John D Robinson makes a statement. ©2016

  • John D Robinson stand well back! R ©2016

  • Natalie Rodriguez The Extraordinary Ordinary ©2016

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  • April Salzano three poems with humour. ©2013

  • April Salzano New to Winamop. ©2012

  • Gerard Sarnat has recently been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He’s authored four collections: HOMELESS CHRONICLES (2010), Disputes (2012), 17s (2014) and Melting The Ice King (2016) which included work published in Gargoyle, Lowestoft, American Journal of Poetry and Tishman Review plus was featured in New Verse News, Songs of Eretz, Avocet, LEVELER, tNY, StepAway, Bywords, Floor Plan. Dark Run, Scarlet Leaf, Good Men Project, Anti-Heroin Chic and Tipton Journal feature sets of new poems. Mount Analogue selected Sarnat’s sequence, KADDISH FOR THE COUNTRY, for distribution as a pamphlet in Seattle on Inauguration Day 2017 as well as the next morning as part of the Washington DC and nationwide Women’s Marches. For Huffington Post/other reviews, readings, publications, interviews; visit GerardSarnat.com. Harvard/Stanford educated, Gerry’s worked in jails, built/staffed clinics for the marginalized, been a CEO of healthcare organizations and Stanford Medical School professor. Married since 1969, he has three children, four grandkids.

  • Gerard Sarnat has a touch of Spring Fever. ©2018

  • Gerard Sarnat introduces himself in style. ©2017

  • Richard Schnap Three more from this talented poet. ©2016

  • Richard Schnap Suspended animation ©2016

  • Richard Schnap More quality poetry ©2016

  • Richard Schnap Back with three more ©2016

  • Richard Schnap More gems ©2016

  • Richard Schnap Beauty Contest ©2016

  • G David Schwartz Light-hearted mini poems. ©2020

  • G David Schwartz mostly onions... ©2016

  • G David Schwartz back, and having fun! ©2016

  • G David Schwartz with a sense of fun. ©2014

  • G David Schwartz. A new selection for 2011.

  • G. David Schwartz gets together with Jennifer Weihe.

  • G. David Schwartz New for 2009.

  • G. David Schwartz returns in August '08.

  • G David Schwartz visits a hospital, and other poems.

  • G David Schwartz on vegetarianism and a dear friend.

  • G David Schwartz with some light-hearted observations.

  • G David Schwartz has some fun poetry concerning life, love and the state of his head.

  • Sensuous2000 has an encounter with a beast.

  • Mir-Yashar Seyedbagheri is a graduate of Colorado State's MFA program in fiction. His work has been published or is forthcoming in journals such as AMW Magazine, Terror House Magazine, Unstamatic, Scarlet Leaf Review, and Ariel Chart. He lives in Garden Valley, Idaho.

  • Mir-Yashar Seyedbagheri Mother Night, a prose poem. ©2019

  • Mir-Yashar Seyedbagheri introduces himself with a prose poem: Suckerfield Sorrow ©2019

  • Tameka M. Sharrette she's in love.

  • Jake Sheff is a major and pediatrician in the US Air Force, married with a daughter and three pets. Currently home is the Mojave Desert. Poems of Jake’s are in Marathon Literary Review, Jet Fuel Review, The Cossack Review and elsewhere. His chapbook is “Looting Versailles” (Alabaster Leaves Publishing). He considers life an impossible sit-up, but plausible.

  • Jake Sheff New to Winamop. ©2017

  • Bobbi Sinha-Morey new to Winamop. ©2013

  • Tom Snarsky is a special education math teacher at Malden High School in Malden, Massachusetts, USA. He is the author of Threshold, a chapbook of poems available from Another New Calligraphy. He lives in Chelsea, MA with his wife Kristi and their two cats, Niles and Daphne.

  • Tom Snarsky Another promising start. ©2019

  • Laurel Sparks is determined that love will go right Next Time.

  • Andrew J. Stone with Ode to a Boy in Texas. ©2012

  • Dee Sunshine A Burnt Offering. It's been 70 years since Auschwitz. 26 poems.©2015

  • John Sweet sends greetings from the rural wastelands of upstate NY. He is a firm believer in writing as catharsis, and in the continuous search for an unattainable and constantly evolving absolute truth. His latest poetry collections include A FLAG ON FIRE IS A SONG OF HOPE (2019 Scars Publications) and A DEAD MAN, EITHER WAY (2020 Kung Fu Treachery Press).

  • John Sweet What is the world coming to? ©2021

  • John Sweet Kicking against the pricks. ©2020

  • John Sweet is back with a bang. ©2018

  • John Sweet Far and wide. ©2018

  • John Sweet Is back! ©2016

  • John Sweet makes a welcome return with 6 fine new poems.

  • Six new poems by John Sweet. Introducing this New York poet.

  • Elizabeth Kate Switaj. Strong imagery and visual emphasis.

  • A.g. Synclair returns with the very fine -Static. ©2012

  • A.g. Synclair Excellent new work: Slivers. ©2012

  • A.g. Synclair. Among.

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  • Ann Christine Tabaka has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in Poetry, has been internationally published, and won poetry awards from numerous publications. She lives in Delaware, USA. She loves gardening and cooking. Chris lives with her husband and three cats. Her most recent credits are: Pomona Valley Review; Ariel Chart, Page & Spine, West Texas Literary Review, Oddball Magazine, The Paragon Journal, The Stray Branch, Trigger Fish Critical Review, Foliate Oak Review, Better Than Starbucks!, Anapest Journal, Mused, Apricity Magazine, The Write Launch, The Stray Branch, Scryptic Magazine, Ann Arbor Review, The McKinley Review.

  • Ann Christine Tabaka returns with 5 great poems. ©2018

  • Ann Christine Tabaka is new to Winamop. ©2017

  • Taunja Thomson's work has most recently appeared in Optimum Magazine and Niveous Magazine and will appear in Voice of Eve and Aji in the upcoming months. Three of her poems have been nominated for Pushcart Awards: "Seahorse and Moon" in 2005, "I Walked Out in January" in 2016, and "Strum and Lull" in 2018. She has co-authored Frame and Mount the Sky, a chapbook of ekphrastic poetry (2017); her chapbook Strum and Lull placed in Golden Walkman's 2017 chapbook competition and will be published in the upcoming months; and her chapbook The Profusion is due out in January of 2019. She has a writer's page at https://www.facebook.com/TaunjaThomsonWriter/.

  • Taunja Thomson Returns! ©2019

  • Taunja Thomson Welcome to Winamop! ©2016

  • Davide Trame writes of nature and relationships.

  • Davide Trame. 5 poems from this italian English teacher.

  • Paul Tristram New material ©2016

  • Paul Tristram Volume 10. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram You can't keep a good man down. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram The latest batch. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram Six more poems. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram Six excellent poems. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram Six more poems. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram Another great collection. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram More superb poems. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram A new collection of poems. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram Another fine collection. ©2015

  • Paul Tristram There's trouble brewing... ©2014

  • Paul Tristram is new to Winamop.©2013

  • Wren Tuatha excellent new stuff. ©2016

  • John Tustin Relationships. ©2020

  • John Tustin is a rhymer. ©2020

  • John Tustin makes a welcome return. ©2020

  • John Tustin New to Winamop. It's about desire. R ©2019

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  • the unfolding head. Very entertaining. ©2021

  • The unfolding head has a new collection. ©2021

  • The unfolding head turns to poetry. ©2020

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  • More "Round Robin" Poems. These are better, honest...

  • "Round-Robin" Poems. Poems written by committee! Can't possibly work, can it?

  • Assorted silly ditties by various authors. These aren't going to win the Forward Prize but they may raise a chuckle.

  • RP Verlaine is new to us and well worth a look. ©2020

  • Lourdes Verónica from Moscow via Rome. ©2016

  • Michelle Villanueva new to Winamop. soul steeped in wonder ©2015

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  • Joyce Walker Six poems, and a picture. ©2018

  • Clifford K. Watkins, jr. with "Not a One-sided Death!"

  • Clifford K. Watkins, Jr. explores the dark recesses of the soul.

  • Clifford K. Watkins, Jr. Is focussing on the colourful.

  • Clifford K. Watkins, Jr. five more poems. March 08.

  • Clifford K. Watkins, Jr. 13 new poems, some good stuff here.

  • Clifford K. Watkins Jr. is back with new material.

  • Clifford K.Watkins Jr. has a suite of poems for his "Three-Faced Muse"

  • Clifford K.Watkins Jr. Strong on imagery.

  • Clifford K.Watkins Jr. More from RoTuN.

  • Clifford K. Watkins Jr.. The Drifter, The Dead Magicians, Gather their faces and more...

  • Clifford K. Watkins Jr. Poem for Eva was Inspired by reading her blog. Images flash before us in the quickfire A Fence followed by the more reflective Brain Storming For Zilya.

  • Clifford K. Watkins Jr. He takes a philosophical look at the human condition.

  • Clifford K. Watkins, Jr. He is not afraid of a rhyme scheme.

  • E A Watson. Her first for us, highly recommended!

  • Mindy Watson is a Washington, DC-based formalist poet/writer who holds an MA in Nonfiction Writing from The Johns Hopkins University. Her poetry appears/will appear in Autumn Sky Poetry Daily, Clementine Unbound, Eastern Structures, Ekphrastic Review, Literary Hatchet, Lonesome October Lit, Midnight Lane Boutique, Palettes & Quills, Quarterday Review, Red River Review, Snakeskin, and Think Journal.

  • Mindy Watson A villanelle and a rondeau. ©2018

  • Mindy Watson A variety of forms. ©2017

  • Rebecca Weigold introducing. ©2016

  • Maranda Wimmer New talent. ©2012

  • Wayne H.W Wolfson has thoughts on Brahms.

  • Arthur L Wood is a poet from Hampshire in England. After studying drama at the University of Winchester he decided to focus on writing poetry. He now uploads recordings of the classics alongside original work to YouTube and maintains a presence across social media platforms. In 2020 Arthur self-published his first collection, Poems for Susan. His aim is to breathe life into our rich literary heritage, and to add to the tradition through his own writing. His web-site (where you can purchase his book) is at: www.poetryfromtheshires.com

  • Arthur L Wood Poetry from the Shires, his first for us. ©2021

  • Keith Woodhouse is a painter, poet and musician based in Totnes, Devon. So far he has had 65 poems published in hard copy magazines/journals and anthologies.

  • Keith Woodhouse a selection from his collection. ©2020

  • Keith Woodhouse maturing like fine wine. ©2020

  • Keith Woodhouse is back with more. ©2020

  • Keith Woodhouse. Five new poems. ©2020

  • Keith Woodhouse. Two new poems. ©2020

  • Keith Woodhouse. Introducing.. ©2020

  • Alex Wyte turns his hand to poetry when a relationship goes stale.

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  • Changming Yuan is a much-published Chinese-born poet resident in Canada.

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  • Ali Znaidi Welcome to Winamop. ©2015

  • Lisa Zaran Back with us with 2 new poems. ©2016

  • Lisa Zaran. More from Lisa.

  • Lisa Zaran with some great new poems.

  • Lisa Zaran is back with 5 excellent new poems.

  • Lisa Zaran a poet and essayist living in Arizona.



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