meet the writers of edition three of dew-on-line
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t e r s
the third edition of dew-on-line
are actively encouraged to send in their current biographies
and/or photographs/self-portraits/original artwork
to enable the readers to get to know them a little better
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but in the order they were received by me
BORN 1962 HEMSWORTH,
Became interested in poetry when
same school as late poet laureate Ted Hughes.
However do not like traditional
subject matter of much contemporary poetry.
Prefer minimalist/imagist style
wordplay & deliberate blurring of meaning.
Although obviously male, many
editors think that
I'm a radical lesbian - I do not correct them.
Larry Kimmel was born in 1940 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
He holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and
Pittsburgh University, and has worked at everything
from steel mills to libraries. He has been publishing poetry
for the past twenty-five years and has five collections of poetry,
"Lights Across the River,"
"Pedal Point", "alone tonight,"
"the inadequacy of long-stemmed roses,"
and "the necessary fly," as well as a short novel,
"A Small Silent Ordeal." He lives with his wife
in the hills of western Massachusetts.
Meyerhofer graduated from the University of Iowa,
after a suitable time spent wandering and having adventures,
hopes to return and teach at the college level.
have appeared (or will appear) in Chiron Review, 2River View,
still, Tundra, bottle rockets, snapshots, Potpourri,
dew-on-line and Lilliput Review.
My name is Mark Farid. I live in
go to stoneygate school. I am in year five.
I am ten years old my birthday is December 17.
My hobbies are football, rugby and cricket.
I have an evil older brother and a dad and a mum.
Born 1929. Started writing haiku
& tanka since
my retirement in 1994. I love the tension between Mies van der Roes'
"less is more" and Donatella Versace's "Less is less and
I am thirty years old and
currently live in London. I began writing
poetry around ten years ago but have only began sending poems out
to magazines and e-zines recently. I have had a number printed over the
past few months. Last year my poem-play 'Words' was given a performance
at the Teatro Technics in Camden, London (by the SplitMoon Theatre
and the Mill House Studio Theatre, Guildford (by the StopGap theatre
Pero is a dancer, musician and poet/teacher.
Her poetry has been
published in many magazines and anthologies including Word Thursday,
Trés di-verse-city, Albatross,
Lummox and The California Quarterly.
Her first book of poetry, Thawed
Stars, illustrated by Bruce Silton,
was published in the summer of 1999 by SunInk Publications.
her poetry received two awards from The National League of American
Pen Women. Alice has taught creative writing on both U.S. coasts and
was a creative writing workshop leader for the New York City Ballet
Education Department's poetry project from 1991 through 1996, teaching in
city school of the five boroughs of New York as well as being
at a private school in New Jersey. She moved to Los Angeles in 1996
and continued teaching at both private and public schools, under the
auspices of The California Poets in the Schools and WORD Process.
Alice feels poetry is best understood by children as a 3-dimensional
with sound and she is dedicated to bringing poetry alive through
She is happy that ai li
(Debi) is an artist/poet who has lived in Florida
the mother of two and grandmother of four. She grew up in an
Air Force family, the eldest of 5 children. She felt she was an artist,
at least from her preschool years and is primarily self-taught. She began
writing poetry in about 1965 during high school, and submitted works to
small presses and magazines for publication through the 1970's. Finding
haiku on the internet in 1999 her interest was renewed, and since that
she has focused her poetry on Asian genres, often combining poetry and
art. Debi also enjoys experimenting and exploring in multi-genre work and
linking poetry. She is the Development Director of the World Haiku Club http://www.worldhaikuclub.org and Editor-in-Chief of its magazine, the
Haiku Review http://www.worldhaikureview.org . Her personal website
with resource library is Paper Lanterns, http://www.paperlanterns.net
J. Marcus Weekley
is 27 and currently lives in Hattiesburg, MS, with three
and their cat Oliver. He has been writing for the past eleven
years, and grew up reading poets who value nature in their depictions
and/or use unique rhythms and metaphors such as James Wright,
Langston Hughes, Anne Sexton, and Adrienne Rich. Marcus is also a
photographer and painter and he really digs the works of Georgia O'Keefe,
Gustave Courbet, Frank Stella, Bruce Davidson, Edward Hopper, and the
French Neo-Classicist sculptors. Marcus enjoys receiving email at:
I write haiku, tanka and
My poems have appeared in Still, Presence, Frogpond, The Heron's Nest,
Asahi Haikuist Network, Mainichi Daily News, Paper Wasp,
American Tanka, Haijinx, Tinywords, Midwest Poetry Review, Haiku
Haiku Moment, and In Buddha's Temple. Some of my works have
been accepted for publication in Snapshots and Bottle Rockets.
I work as a teacher in a J Krishnamurti School in Chennai, India.
you'll find me remembering voices
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