(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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Gabriel, Zoe

Zoë Gabriel's poems have appeared in Centrifugal Eye, Unlikely Stories, AntiMuse, and Cadenza. She is from Europe, but lives in Maryland.

Gallix, Andrew

Andrew Gallix lives in Paris, where he teaches at the Sorbonne.

Galper, Alex

Alex Galper was born in Kiev, Ukraine and has been writing poems and short stories since he could remember. Immigrating to America at the age of 19 did not change it; to the contrary, majoring in Creative Writing at Brooklyn College and being mostly influenced by American poets created a fusion of Russian pessimism, Jewish humor and Western literary traditions and philosophy. Translations of his poems appeared in over 30 magazines in the USA and the UK. In his homeland, he is considered a cult underground poet whereas mainstream Russian literary magazines ignore him for luck of respect for rhymes, heavy erotic imagery, and being "too American". His latest book, Fish de Jour, can be found at

Gardner, Michael

No bio-sketch available.

Garni, Ricky

Ricky Garni is a writer and illustrator living in Carrboro, North Carolina. He has many illustrations and poems available online.

Garofalo, Gabriella

Born in Italy some decades ago, Gabriella Garofalo fell in love with the English language at six. She started writing poems (in Italian) at six and is the author of Lo sguardo di Orfeo, L’inverno di vetro, Di altre stelle polari, Blue branches.

Giuliani, Giuliano

Giuliano Giuliani is an Italian artist. He lives in Rome, where he was born. He has a university degree in law, but he also studied at the International School of Comics. His work was shown at both art venues (a 1995 Festival in Rimini, the 1997 Expocartoon in Rome, a 1998 Art Exhibition in Ercolano) and on the web (Milo Manara's website The Drawing Workshop, He has also worked on various projects, like the cover of the Cilento National Park magazine. At present he is collaborating with independent magazines in Canada and the US.

Goosey, Joseph

Joseph Goosey is a student and lives in North Florida with two cats. His poetry has also appeared in Word Riot magazine.

Gourlay, Candy

Candy Gourlay was born on a windy day in the autumn of 1973 in South Africa, where she still works, writes and lives with her husband and three children. Her work has appeared in print and online in numerous publications worldwide, including Beatnik Journal, Extraverse, Platinum Poetry, Poems Niederngasse, Taj Mahal Review, The Breath. She has also recently been published in the NAWW Writer's Guide (National Association of Woman Writers, US), and is a finalist in the Poetry Institute of Africa Annual Awards. Her debut work of creative non-fiction, Story of a Girl, is scheduled for publication late this year.

Grabois, Mitch

Mitch Grabois’ poetry and short fiction have appeared in over seventy literary magazines, most recently The Examined Life, Memoir Journal, Marco Polo Arts Mag, and Haggard and Halloo, all published spring and summer 2012. His novel, Two-Headed Dog was published in April 2012 by Dirt e-books, founded by NY agent Gary Heidt.

Grey, John

John Grey is an Australian born poet, playwright, and musician. His latest book is What Else Is There from Main Street Rag. He has appeared in Cape Rock, Weber Studies, Writers Bloc and The Connecticut Review.

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