July 18-24, 2011: C.W. Emerson, Kathleen Tyler and Nick Petrone

. week of July 18-24, 2011 C.W. Emerson, Kathleen Tyler and Nick Petrone the judges of the 2011 Poetry Super Highway Poetry Contest BECOME A POET OF THE WEEKclick here.for.submission guidelines C.W. Emersondrchrisemerson@sbcglobal.net Bio (auto) C. W. (Chris) Emerson is a Los Angeles-based poet, psychologist, reader, writer, and teacher. After first braving the local poetry […]

July 4-17, 2011: J. Darrow and Carl Palmer

week of July 4-17, 2011 J. Darrow and Carl Palmer BECOME A POET OF THE WEEKclick.here.for.submission guidelines J. Darrowjan.darrow@sbcglobal.net Bio (auto) J. Darrow lives with her daughter and husband in Rochester, Michigan. She has recently been published online and in print, and is currently working on a collection of poetry. The following work is Copyright […]

June 27 – July 3, 2011: Linda Benninghoff and Bob Robson

week of June 27 – July 3, 2011 Linda Benninghoff and Bob Robson BECOME A POET OF THE WEEK click. here.for. submission .guidelines   Linda Benninghoff benningln@aol.com   Bio (auto) Linda Benninghoff lives in Lloyd Harbor, New York. The following work is Copyright © 2011, and owned by Linda Benninghoff and may not be distributed […]

June 20-26, 2011: David A. Neves and David McLean

week of June 20-26, 2011 David A. Neves and David McLean BECOME A POET OF THE WEEKclick. here.for. submission .guidelines David A. Nevesstud-ly@hotmail.com Bio (auto) David A. Neves (and please don’t try and pronounce it, Lord knows, Lupert makes a real hash of it with each attempt!), is a cute, lil’ fella who can chew […]

June 13-19, 2011: Jan Oskar Hansen and Michael Lee Johnson

week of June 13-19, 2011 Jan Oskar Hansen and Michael Lee Johnson BECOME A POET OF THE WEEKclick. here.for. submission .guidelines Jan Oskar Hansenoskar.hansen@sapo.pt Bio (auto) Jan Oskar Hansen is a poet from Benafim, Portugal. The following work is Copyright © 2011, and owned by Jan Oskar Hansen and may not be distributed or reprinted […]

June 6-12, 2011: Darryl Davis and Jonathan Hayes

week of June 6-12, 2011 Darryl Davis and Jonathan Hayes BECOME A POET OF THE WEEKclick. here.for. submission .guidelines Darryl Davisdarrylmdavis@gmail.com Bio (auto) I have have been writing poetry for over 20 years and recently began to push it out to the public through journals, websites and my first collection of published poems (targeted to […]

May 30-June 5, 2011: Justin Roberti and Ben Nardolilli

Justin Roberti justinroberti@yahoo.com Bio (auto) Justin Roberti has been a writer for nearly 20 years, creating poetry, plays, and short stories. He has directed and mounted multiple stage products and co-written and produced documentaries. He has a Master of Fine Arts in Playwrighting from Rutgers University and lives in Central Pennsylvania.Visit Justin on the web here: http://unsensible.wordpress.com/  The following […]

May 16–22, 2011: Len Kuntz and Donal Mahoney

week of May 16 – 22, 2011 Len Kuntz and Donal Mahoney BECOME A POET OF THE WEEKclick. here.for. submission .guidelines Len Kuntzlenk98290@hotmail.com Bio (auto) Len Kuntz is a writer from Washington State. His work appears widely in print and online at such places as Connotation Press, Necessarty Fiction, Blue Print Review and also at […]

April 4-10, 2011: James D. Babwe and Jack Conway

James D Babwe jdbabwe@gmail.com Bio (auto) James D Babwe currently lives on a significant earthquake fault at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains in Azusa As a photographer, he has an unreasonable fear of not having at least one camera with him almost all the time. The following work is Copyright © 2011, and owned by James […]

March 28-April 3, 2011: Eamonn Lorigan and Valentina Cano

Eamonn Lorigan eamonnlorigan@gmail.com   Bio (auto) Eamonn Lorigan is an annuated Irishman with a spotty publication history trying to write one decent poem every couple of days for the rest of his miserable God-bedeviled life in the obviously contradictory hope that he will thereby find salvation He has published stories and poems in Muse Apprentice […]

March 21-27, 2011: Rich Murphy and Jay Passer

Rich Murphy richmurphyink@gmail.com   Bio (auto) Rich Murphy’s credits include the 2008 Gival Press Poetry Award for his book-length manuscript “Voyeur;” a first book The Apple in the Monkey Tree; chapbooks Great Grandfather, Family Secret, Hunting and Pecking, and Phoems for Mobile Vices, Rescue Lines; poems in Rolling Stone, Poetry, Grand Street, Trespass, War Literature and Art, Tryst, The View from Here, New Letters, Pank, Segue, Big Bridge, EOAGH, Chiron Review, Borderlands, foam:e, and […]

March 14-20, 2011: Rebecca Lu Kiernan and Gisele Vincent-Page

  Rebecca Lu Kiernan     geckogalpoet@hotmail.com   Bio (auto) Rebecca Lu Kiernan has published in MS MAGAZINE, ASIMOV’S SCIENCE FICTION, NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW and numerous books and magazines in the United States and Australia She was nominated for the Rhysling Award for her seductive cautionary tale, “When a Snake Bites You In the Ass” She hosts “The […]

March 7-13, 2011: John Tustin and Ivan Jenson

  John Tustin johnhtustin@yahoo.com   Bio (auto) John Tustin’s poetry is forthcoming in Bryant Literary Review, Chiron Review, Gutter Eloquence, Underground Voices, and others He lives in Flushing, New York with his wife and two perfect children fritzware.com/johntustinpoetry is a link to his poetry online. The following work is Copyright © 2011, and owned by John Tustin and may not be […]

February 28-March 6, 2011: Sari Krosinsky and Michael Estabrook

Sari Krosinsky michal_kro@hotmail.com   Bio (auto) My poems have recently appeared in Adobe Walls, Arsenic Lobster, Collective Fallout, Contemporary American Voices, Long Island Quarterly, Main Street Rag and others I edit Fickle Muses, an online journal of mythic poetry and fiction I received a B.A in religious studies and M.A in creative writing from the University of New Mexico I live […]

February 21-27, 2011: Antonia Clark and Farida Samerkhanova

Antonia Clark toniclark@earthlink.net   Bio (auto) Antonia Clark lives in Winooski, Vermont, and works for a medical software company She is co-administrator of an online poetry workshop, The Waters Recent poems have appeared in The 2River View, Anderbo, Apparatus Magazine, The Cortland Review, The Fox Chase Review, Soundzine, Word Riot, and elsewhere She loves French food and wine, and plays French café music on a sparkly […]

February 14-20, 2011: Nicholas Petrone and Daniel S Irwin

Nicholas Petrone nickpetrone13@hotmail.com    Bio (auto) Nicholas Petrone’s poems can be found in many places, including The Ranfurly Review, Willows Wept Review, Epiphany Magazine, Word Salad and in boxes in his attic He was the winner of the Poetry Super Highway Poetry Contest for 2010 but already spent the money He lives in Syracuse, NY where he counts snowflakes for […]

February 7-13, 2011: Buxton Wells and Kaye Voigt Abikhaled

Buxton Wells buxtonwells@gmail.com    Bio (auto) Buxton Wells lives in Memphis, TN He has published online here and elsewhere Buxton Wells is actually the name of a kid he once sucker-punched back in the sixth grade He is now against sucker-punching, unless it’s 1967 and it’s the Egyptian Air Force. The following work is Copyright © 2011, and […]

January 31-February 6, 2011: Christopher Mulrooney and Amy Tyler

Christopher Mulrooney christophermulrooney@yahoo.com    Bio (auto) Christopher Mulrooney (Los Angeles, California) has written poems in West Wind Review, 322 Review, Paragon, Rhythm, Turbulence, The Delinquent, and holland1945. The following work is Copyright © 2011, and owned by Christopher Mulrooney and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author. remarkable ‘Mid the blank miles round about˜ […]

January 24-30, 2011: David Chorlton and Patricia Hanahoe-Dosch

David Chorlton rdchorlton@netzero.com    Bio (auto) David Chorlton was born in Austria, grew up in England, and spent several years in Vienna before moving to Phoenix in1978 His newest published books reflect this concern for the natural world They are Waiting for the Quetzal, from March Street Press, and The Porous Desert, from Future Cycle Press He recently had a […]

January 17-23, 2011: Ryan Quinn Flanagan and Peggy Nolan

Ryan Quinn Flanagan cyanogen_rqf@hotmail.com    Bio (auto) Ryan Quinn Flanagan is a transient by nature Presently residing in Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada, he is the author of three books of poetry and a chapbook entitled Epicurus Cunnilingus His work has recently appeared in The New York Quarterly, Poetry Super Highway, Vallum, Quills, and The Antigonish Review Visit Ryan on the web here: […]

January 10-16: 2011 Lori Romero and Peter Schireson

Lori Romero lori@tarecords.com    Bio (auto) Lori Romero won the 2008 Spire Spring Poetry Chapbook Contest (New York) for “The Emptiness That Makes Other Things Possible ” Lori’s first chapbook, “Wall to Wall,” was published by Finishing Line Press (Kentucky) Lori’s poetry and fiction have been published in more than one hundred journals and anthologies She […]

January 3-9, 2011: Janann Dawkins and Howie Good

Janann Dawkins littlejosie444@yahoo.com    Bio (auto) Janann Dawkins’ work has appeared in publications such as decomP, Existere, Mezzo Cammin, Phoebe & Two Review, among others Leadfoot Press published her chapbook Micropleasure in 2008 She is on the editorial team at Third Wednesday A graduate of Grinnell College with a B.A in American Studies & twice nominated for the Pushcart […]

December 27, 2010-January 2, 2011: Gisele Vincent-Page and Fiona Sinclair

Gisele Vincent-Page giselevp@live.ca    Bio (auto) I have 1 degree in Dramatic Studies, 1 Teaching Certificate, I speak and taught high school in 2 languages; French and English I have 3 children, am widowed and have lived with HIV for 27 years I keep a blog about my life with HIV, the address: myhivvoice.blogspot.com I am currently working on […]

December 20-26, 2010: Pamela Miller and Marie Lecrivain

  Pamela Miller pam.chwedyk@gmail.com    Bio (auto) Pamela Miller lives in Chicago, where she has been writing, publishing and performing her poetry for more than 30 years She has published three books of poems, most recently Recipe for Disaster (Mayapple Press, 2003), and has just completed a fourth collection, Miss Unthinkable Her work has recently appeared in After Hours, Concho River Review, Bare […]

December 13-19, 2010: Ellen Reich and Michael P Lira

Ellen Reich easgr@charter.net    Bio (auto) Ellen was nominated for Pushcart Prizes in 2008 and 2009 She teaches creative writing for Emeritus College, a division of Santa Monica College Hundreds of her poems and stories have been published in The Los Angeles Times, Slant, Mudfish, Slipstream, ACM, Coe Review and others She has won writing awards from DA Center for the […]

December 6-12, 2010: Apryl Skies and Prarthana Banikya

Apryl Skies aprylskies@gmail.com    Bio (auto) Apryl Skies, a Los Angeles poet, filmmaker & author of A Song Beneath Silence Feb 2010 & Skye the Troll and Other Fairy Tales for Children October 2010 Before entering the publishing world Apryl focused on film with her cartoon and puppet series Polyphony winning the Gold Pixie award for animation […]

November 29-December 5, 2010: R S Carlson and Austin McCarron

R S Carlson QuangTri71@aol.com    Bio (auto) R S Carlson, a professor of English at Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA, served with the US Army in Quang Tri Province, Viet Nam 1970-1971 In recent years, he has made several trips to China and Southeast Asia with aid agencies, and has led intensive English workshops for Chinese teachers of English in Guangdong and […]

November 22-28, 2010: Big Poppa E and Bonita Smith

Big Poppa E eirikott@yahoo.com    Bio (auto) Big Poppa E writes and reads poetry for a living He probably lives in Austin, Texas Visit him on the web here: www.bigpoppae.com The following work is Copyright © 2010, and owned by Big Poppa E and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission […]

November 15-21, 2010: Phil Lane and Michael Ceraso

Phil Lane phillane09@gmail.com    Bio (auto) Phil Lane lives in Parsippany, New Jersey where he teaches English for a private tutoring company His work appears online and in print periodically  Visit Phil on the web here: http://breadcrumbsins.wordpress.com/ The following work is Copyright © 2010, and owned by Phil Lane and may not be distributed or reprinted in […]

November 8-14, 2010: Scott Waldon and Annie Avery

Scott Waldon HarryC13@aol.com    Bio (auto) I am a 36 year old writer from Indiana I live in Scottsburg, Indiana with my wife and two children I have been writing for about 35 years, have been previously published in small press magazines. The following work is Copyright © 2010, and owned by Scott Waldon and may not be […]