(Listed alphabetically by surname)

A (8) | B (29) | C (13) | D (13) | E (4) | F (12) | G (11) | H (13) | I (1) | J (5) | K (13) | L (9) | M (19) | N (5) | O (1) | P (10) | Q (1) | R (11) | S (21) | T (3) | U (1) | V (7) | W (14) | Y (2)
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Danziger, Steve

Steve Danziger is a New York writer, and his credits include The Aquarian, Monmouth Review, Promethean, Smyles & Fish, Fiction, Up The Staircase Quarterly, and in the inaugural issue of The Coffin Factory.

Davis, Devin (Townee)

Devin Davis "has chosen to let others speak in a kind of here-and-now bio." More about the poet can be found at

Day, Holly

Holly Day is a journalism instructor living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband and two children. Her most recent nonfiction books are Music Theory for Dummies, Music Composition for Dummies, and Walking Twin Cities. Her poetry has most recently appeared in Bottle, The MacGuffin, and Not One of Us.

DeBranch, Levon

The poet says that "Levon DeBranch is the sinister alter ego of a poet who resides and composes in Connecticut, and feels the need to use a pen-name, because The World of Poetry seems to give publication breaks to new and up-coming-writers, but once they've had their 15 minutes of fame, so-to-speak, on come the rejection notices." Levon's poetry can be found in The New Verse News and Boston Literary Magazine.

Demaree, Robert

Robert Demaree is the author of four collections of poems, including Fathers and Teachers, April 2007, and Mileposts, October 2009, both published by Beech River Books, and Things He Thought He Already Knew, published online in 2007 by Slow Trains. The winner of the 2013 Burlington Writers Club Poetry Award, he is a retired school administrator with ties to North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, where he lives four months of the year. He has had over 650 poems published or accepted by 130 periodicals. For further information see

Derwis, Mary Ellen

Mary Ellen Derwis lives in northeast Ohio. She is coauthor of JOMA-online, an online gallery of concrete poetry and photography with Joe Balaz. Her photography has appeared in or is forthcoming from Oregon Literary Review, AdmitTwo, Eleventh Transmission, Otoliths, Neon Literary Magazine, and Subtle Tea. What interests her in the field of photo-art is the unpredictable and synergistic nature of photography in general. Capturing an image that can be enhanced in different ways to bring about a visual dialogue between viewer and photograph is what drives her work.

Deutsch, Steve

Steve Deutsch lives with his wife Karen--a visual artist--in State College, Pennsylvania. He writes poetry and his blog (stevieslaw). His recent publications have been in Literary Heist, Nixes Mate Review, Third Wednesday, Misfit Magazine, Word Fountain, Eclectica Magazine, The Drabble, and The Ekphrastic Review. In 2017, he was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Dew, Spencer

Spencer Dew lives in Chicago and Denver. His work has appeared in Big Ugly Review, Diagram, Facsimilation, Opium, 3am Magazine, Word Riot, and others.

Dieden, Colin L.

Colin L. Dieden is a young poet, songwriter and novelist from Los Angeles.

Doreski, William

William Doreski teaches writing and literature at Keene State College in New Hampshire. His most recent collection of poetry is Another Ice Age (AA Publications, 2007). He has published three critical studies, including Robert Lowell's Shifting Colors. His essays, poetry, and reviews have appeared in many journals, including Massachusetts Review, Notre Dame Review, The Alembic, New England Quarterly, Harvard Review, Modern Philology, Antioch Review, Natural Bridge.

Draime, Doug

Doug Draime emerged as a presence in the underground literary movement in Los Angeles in the late 1960's. Most recent books still in print: "Knox County" (Kendra Steiner Editions) and "Los Angeles Terminal: Poems 1971-1980" (Covert Press). Forthcoming books from Tainted Coffee Press, Propaganda Press, and Coatlism Press (full-length collection). Awarded PEN grants in 1987 and 1991. Nominated for three Pushcart Prizes in 2008. He currently lives in foothills of Oregon, with his wife, Carol, and family.

Drost, Mark R.

Mark R. Drost is an irish-alabamian. His driving motivations are macabre and pasquinade, and--he says--he has yet to enable himself a means of marrying them in a way he likes.

Druce, Stephen Philip

Stephen Philip Druce is a poet from Shrewsbury, UK. His work has appeared in such magazines as Cake, Muse, Spokes, Pulsar, The Taj Mahal Review, Shot Glass, Hermes, Fade.

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