CLICK HERE...Ahern, Edward...Submitted Work: "Ebb Tide"

Resumed writing after forty odd years in foreign intelligence and international sales. Original wife, but after forty eight years we're both out of warranty. Over a hundred forty poems and stories published so far, and two books.


CLICK HERE...Anthony, Joseph...Submitted Work: "Oliver"

Joseph Anthony is a 26-year-old writer from New Jersey. He is the author of two books: "An Uneaten Breakfast: Collected Stories and Poems" and "The Alphabet of Dating" (both available at or through Amazon). His work has been featured in The Corner Club Press, Danse Macabre, Yellow Chair Review, Eleventh Transmission, Lavender Review, and Five 2 One literary magazines. His third book, "Some College Somewhere," a collection of short stories chronicling the life of a self-destructive college student, will release this October. The story "Oliver," first accepted for publication here, by Samsara Magazine, is part of that collection of stories. Follow him on Instagram or Twitter, or reach out to him through the website below.

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CLICK HERE...David, Daniel...Submitted Work: "Young Siddhartha"

Daniel David is a writer, artist and professor living along the southern shore of Lake Erie in North America. His poems have appeared widely in a number of venues across the United States, in Canada and the United Kingdom. His publications also include articles in the Journal of Creative Behavior; chapbooks Close to Home and Two Buddha; and his novel, Flying Over Erie.

CLICK HERE...Dodds, Colin...Submitted Work: "Crossing Bedford Avenue"

Colin Dodds is the author of Another Broken Wizard, WINDFALL and The Last Bad Job, which Norman Mailer touted as showing "something that very few writers have; a species of inner talent that owes very little to other people." His writing has appeared in more than two hundred publications, and been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the Best of the Net Anthology. Poet and songwriter David Berman (Silver Jews, Actual Air) said of Dodds' work: "These are very good poems. For moments I could even feel the old feelings when I read them." Colin's book-length poem That Happy Captive was a finalist for the Trio House Press Louise Bogan Award as well as the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award in 2015. And his screenplay, Refreshment, was named a semi-finalist in the 2010 American Zoetrope Contest. Colin lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and daughter. See more of his work at

CLICK HERE...Frankston, Jay...Submitted Work: "The Appointment"

Jay Frankston was raised in Paris, France. Narrowly escaping the Holocaust he came to the U.S. in 1942, became a lawyer and practiced on his own in New York for nearly twenty years, reaching the top of his profession, sculpting and writing at the same time.

In 1972 he gave up law and New York and moved himself and his family to Northern California where he became a teacher and continued to sculpt and write.

He is the author of several books and of a true tale entitled "A Christmas Story" which was published in New York, condensed in Reader's Digest, translated into 15 languages, and called a Christmas Classic by many reviewers.

CLICK HERE...Ka-shing, Kelven...Submitted Work: "I miss the old old lantern"

As a Director of a technology company in Science Park Hong Kong, Kelven Ka-shing LIT believed Science is Magic but as time goes by, Science is just too weak to be with our Life. He fills this gap with Literature, and finally a way out comes by.


CLICK HERE...Padhi, Bibhu...Submitted Works: "ICU Wait", "Loss", "Pain"

Bibhu Padhi has published ten volumes of poetry. His poems have appeared in magazines and anthologies tthroughout the English-speaking world. He lives with his family in Bhubaneswar, India.

CLICK HERE...Pendragon, Michael...Submitted Works: "The Tempest", "Unmoored"

Michael Pendragon is an American writer, poet, editor, and publisher currently residing in upstate New York. He is best known for having published a pair of literary magazines: "Penny Dreadful" and "Songs of Innocence & Experience" (1996-2005). His published works include: "Much of Madness" - a novel; "Into the Night" - collected poetic works (1980-2010). His writings have appeared in "Terror Tales," "Edgar: Digested Verse," "Enigmatic Tales," "Charnel House," "The Bloody Quill," "The Horror Zene," "Sanitarium," and over 200 others.

CLICK HERE...Raymer, Jessica...Submitted Work: "Prairie Fire"

Jessica Raymer is a resident of Northern California. She graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from the University of California, Riverside. She then went on to graduate from the MPW program at the University of Southern California. She is an avid reader and writer of both fiction and poetry, and most recently graduated from Humboldt State University to become a teacher. Jessica has been published in the Monterey Poetry Review, Phantom Seed Magazine, Nefarious Ballerina, and Blood and Thunder. She likes to create art in any way she can, travel on occasion, and stir up the written word always. She currently resides within the giant redwoods of the Pacific Northwest.

CLICK HERE...Seabury, Marcia...Submitted Work: "Wheelchair Chase"

Marcia Seabury is Professor and Chair of English in Hillyer College of the University of Hartford (Connecticut). She enjoys talking books and ideas with students, plus helping them gain skills and confidence in their writing. She has published an array of articles on literary dystopias, contemporary fiction, and the teaching of writing and literature, plus a collaborative book, Interdisciplinary General Education: Questioning Outside the Lines. Some of her recent poems appear in Teaching English in the Two-Year College, The Healing Muse, Naugatuck River Review, and Big Muddy.

CLICK HERE...Yuan, Changming...Submitted Works: "Internal Coldness: To Allen", "Propensity", "you have a dream"

Changming Yuan, 9-time Pushcart nominee and author of 7 chapbooks, started to learn the English alphabet at age 19 and published monographs on translation before moving out of China. With a PhD in English, Yuan currently edits Poetry Pacific with Allen Yuan in Vancouver, and has poetry appearing in Best Canadian Poetry (2009, 12, 14), BestNewPoemsOnline, Threepenny Review and 1219 others across 38 countries.