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Poetry by Kathryn de Leon

Kathryn de Leon, longtime poet arriving into world of publishing, writes her discovery of poetry, of Sylvia Plath, and the fires of '67, subjects familiar to our time

2 poems by Martina Reisz Newberry

Martina Reisz Newberry, of Upland, California, daughter of a steel worker, storyteller father and a talented, artistic mother, uses words that jostle and ripple in responding to the environment.

Poetry by Pui Ying Wong

Pui Ying Wong, Chinese emigrant to USA from Hong Kong, is a well known, much published poet in literary circles in the States.

Poetry by Mary Oishi

Mary Oishi, Albuquerque Poet Laureate and lifelong activist, employs an economic, terse style deftly to convey her global concerns.

Poetry by Jeff Santosuosso

Jeff Santosuosso, having lived in eight states in the US, is known for a restlessness in his work, which suits Summer 2020.

Poetry by Carolyn Martin

Writing poetry since her twenties, Carolyn’s first project was to rewrite the Bible. ‘My poems attempt to be simple in words as they grapple with the complexity of being on earth right now.’

Poetry by Adina Dabija

Adina Dabija, recent emigrant into USA from Romania, writes about finding home wherever she is living.

Poetry by Kieran Egan

Kieran Egan is lost in the flames of a winter bonfire.

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