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Eamon Mc Guinness – This Guy Had Everything

Eamon Mc Guinness is from Dublin. He has had poetry, fiction and memoir published in Wordlegs, Bare Hands Poetry, The Bohemyth and The Honest Ulsterman. In 2014 he was shortlisted for the Cuirt New Writing Poetry Prize and had a … Continue reading

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Patricia Walsh – Three Poems

Patricia Walsh was born and raised in the parish of Mourneabbey, Co Cork.  Previously she has  published one collection of poetry, titled Continuity Errors, with Lapwing Publications n 2010, and has since been published in a variety of print and online journals, She … Continue reading

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Michael J. Leach – St Pat’s Day, 2016

Michael J. Leach is a health researcher and wordsmith. Michael is currently completing a PhD in Pharmacy, working as a freelance academic proofreader, and pursuing a long-term interest in creative writing. His creative writing, including poetry, has been published in … Continue reading

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Anne Britting Oleson – Three Poems

Anne Britting Oleson has been published widely on four continents. She earned her MFA at the Stonecoast program of USM. She has published two chapbooks, The Church of St. Materiana (2007) and The Beauty of It (2010). A third chapbook, … Continue reading

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Laurie Byro – Six Poems

Laurie Byro has been facilitating “Circle of Voices” poetry discussion in New Jersey libraries for over 16 years. She is published widely in University presses in the United States and is recently in an anthology: St. Peter’s B List. Laurie … Continue reading

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James McDonagh – Pas Paris

James McDonagh is currently studying at National University of Ireland, Galway for English and Film, set to graduate this year. He has a love of story-telling in all it’s forms ranging from poetry to film.   PAS PARIS By James … Continue reading

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Geosi Gyasi – Three Poems

Geosi Gyasi is a book blogger, reader, writer, and interviewer. His work has appeared or forthcoming in Visual Verse, Verse-Virtual, Piker Press, Misty Review, Silver Birch PRESS, Linden Avenue, Expound, Tuck Magazine and elsewhere. He is the author of the … Continue reading

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Reynold Junker – Before the Devil Knows, Irish Time

Reynold Junker’s writing credits include, among others, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. His short story, The Volunteers, was later included in the anthology of Hitchcock’s personal favorites, Tales To Make You Quake And Quiver. He has had work accepted for publication … Continue reading

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Sanjeev Sethi – Five Poems

Sanjeev Sethi’s third book of poems, This Summer and That Summer, (Bloomsbury), is recently released. His work also includes well-received volumes, Nine Summers Later and Suddenly For Someone. His poems have found a home in The London Magazine, The Fortnightly Review, … Continue reading

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Tapeshwar Prasad Yadav – Four Poems

Tapeshwar Prasad Yadav is a Graphic Designer by profession. Presently working as an Asst. Librarian at St. Xavier’s College, Patna, Bihar (India). He was featured twice in Camel Saloon’s “The Second Hump Volume V” for best poem/editor’s pick, U.K and was … Continue reading

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Barbara DeCoursey Roy – Two Poems

Barbara DeCoursey Roy is a member of Kevin Higgins Online Poetry Workshop. Most of her adult life was spent in Chicago, Illinois. Currently she resides in the woods outside St. Louis, Missouri. After training as an actress, she enjoyed a … Continue reading

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Sunil Sharma – Paul Henry: Art and reality: An Indian response

Sunil Sharma is a Mumbai-based writer, and a college principal. He is also widely-published Indian critic, poet, literary interviewer, editor, translator, essayist and fiction writer. He has already published 14 books: four collections of poetry, two of short fiction, one … Continue reading

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