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JD DeHart

JD DeHart is an English teacher who enjoys writing and publishing fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.  When he writes he tries to reflect on small, honest parts of his world.   He also attempts to capture pieces of life that are absurd and ironic. 

I think he succeeds. 

Read JD DeHart's poetry: 

September 2015:

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See more of JD DeHart's poetry at: Writings -- JD DeHart

 

 

Kelly Sullivan

Photo by Kelly Sullivan: The USS Puget Sound located at the time in Gaeta Italy

Photo by Kelly Sullivan: The USS Puget Sound located at the time in Gaeta Italy

Kelly Sullivan is a freelance writer from Ohio. Her recent work was to tie second place in a poetry contest in the May edition of Screaming' Mamas Magazine. In addition to being published in Screamin' Mama's poetry tie for second place, Kelly Sullivan has been published in "The Chief of Police Magazine," "American Baby Contest," and Consumer Network News.  She is a former military wife and has two adult children.

Read Kelly's Poetry:

"Peace Is"

Saloni Kaul

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Saloni Kaul, author and poet, first published at the age of ten, has been in print ever since. As critic and columnist , she has enjoyed thirty seven years of being published in leading dailies and magazines.  From time to time Saloni has held many an editorial position and has also won considerable critical acclaim as broadcaster and producer-presenter of radio documentaries and features. Saloni's first volume, a fifty poem collection, was published in the USA in 2009. Subsequent volumes include UNIVERSAL ONE  and ESSENTIALS ALL. 

 As a full-time poet today, Saloni conducts poetry readings and workshops and travels to fairs and festivals as well as book related venues (libraries, museums, cultural institutes, schools and colleges, poetry societies and book clubs)  to promote her poetic production. She collaborates with composers who set Saloni Kaul poems to music and artists who elaborate on her poems at exhibitions, where she gives a Performance or has a Poetry Reading integrated into the Installation. Poetry enthusiasts intent on exploring Saloni Kaul's works may procure the books or stay glued to the web for upcoming poems in publications as diverse as US print magazines Poetry Quarterly , The Horrorzine, Indiana based Tipton Poetry Journal, and online at Eye On Life Magazine, and can cheer Saloni on the Best New Poems website July/August. All for the sake of Poetry!

Read Saloni's poetry:

Minuet in a Teacup

Saucy Gavotte on a Saucer

Startled as Springboard

Winning the Toss

Doxa Zannou

Doxa J. Zannou is an eighteen years old indie author from Benin, West Africa.  Writing is God’s gift to her, and she hopes to exploit this gift for His glory. She is also a Spoken Word/Slam poet who regularly uploads poems on Soundcloud. She draws inspiration from her relationship with God and the various aspects of mankind. She won the “Edit Sitwell Challenge” published on Young Poet’s Network’s Website. Almond Press also published one of her short stories, Carved In Ice, in their dystopian collection, Broken Worlds. She is a freshman at Eastern University, studying English Creative Writing and Psychology. She published her first YA novel, Ashes Of Our Past, on Wattpad. (It is currently under revision).  This novel’s main theme is centered on overcoming trauma and experiencing true regeneration.

You can find her on the following social medias: Instagram and Soundcloud: @doxajzannou

Read Doxa Zannou's poetry:

"Damning Veneration"

"Blood Thirsty Savages"

"Destructive Ramifications"

Waqas Rabbani

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Waqas Rabbani: "All our lives are in a constant state of flux, our emotions change from moment to moment, there is true joy and there is true sadness and both extremes exist within each of our souls, sadness is a part of being human, so is happiness yet getting addicted to any particular emotion or wanting to create circumstances for feeling emotions is wrong, let the universe sweep you along and experience existence in every moment, let your emotions flow as swiftly as the universe flows , and live your life to the fullest.."

Read Waqas Rabbani's poetry:

"Burn the Midnight Oil"

J. K. Durick

J. K. Durick is a writing teacher at the Community College of Vermont and an online writing tutor. His  poems have appeared in Boston Literary Magazine, Thrush Poetry Journal, Black Mirror, Deep Water Literary Journal, Third Wednesday, Shot Glass Journal, Orange Room, Poetry Super Highway, and Rainbow Journal.

Read J.K. Durick's poetry: 

July 2015: 

"My Mother's Poem"

"The Waver"

Also from J. K. Durick:

Donal Mahoney - Poet

Donal Mahoney, a native of Chicago, lives in St. Louis, MO. He has worked as an editor for The Chicago Sun-Times, Loyola University Press and Washington University in St. Louis. He has had poems published in or accepted by The Wisconsin Review, The Kansas Quarterly, The South Carolina Review, The Beloit Poetry Journal, Commonweal, Public Republic (Bulgaria), Gloom Cupboard (U.K.), Revival (Ireland), The Istanbul Literary Review (Turkey), Black-Listed Magazine, Opium 2.0, Calliope Nerve, Haggard and Halloo, Rusty Truck, Pirene’s Fountain (Australia) and other publications. Click for a list of Donal's poetry, articles, short stories and more.

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