(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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Hellgren, Sofia

She went to gymnasium and then moved on to university, where she is now studying French and English. She is going to study acting for a year in Hollywood. She says she has been writing forever.

Hicks, Ryan

Ryan Hicks was born in 1985, and has been writing for some years now. Most of his influences revolve around the beat generation of the late 50's, as well as latter day Beats.

Hill, Jack

Jack Hill is editor of Crossed Out Magazine, an online fiction magazine, and lives in Northern California.

Hoadley, Steven

Steven Hoadley is a California poet who has been published in various literary magazines in US, Canada and Europe.

Hoats, Joseph

Joseph Hoats lives in Bellingham, WA, and has been published in Word Riot, Hazmat Review, Talus and Scree, and other publications.

Hodson, Jnana

Jnana Hodson is from New Hampshire, where--as he reports--firewood is in short supply this year. That's why he is hoping for a mild winter. His work has appeared online at Generator Press, Kookamonga Square, Moria, Poems Niedergasse, Space Breather, Tryst, among others.

Holub, David

David Holub is an eclectic writer of short fiction, essays, poetry, and random scraps, with the heart, kidneys and central nervous system--David says--of a humorist. His work has appeared at The Cafe Irreal. It is also scheduled to be published in future issues of The Dream People and Bewildering Stories. When he is not writing, playing miniature golf, or--as he says--making a difference in the community, he is a newspaper features designer at the Caller-Times in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Hongri Yuan

Hongri Yuan, born in China in 1962, is a poet and philosopher interested particularly in creation. Representative works include Platinum City, The City of Gold, Golden Paradise, Gold Sun and Golden Giant. His poetry has been widely published in the UK, USA, India, New Zealand, Canada and Nigeria.

About Yuanbing Zhang:

Yuanbing Zhang, born in China in 1974, is a poet and translator. He works in a middle school, interested particularly in researching and translating the works of Mr. Hongri Yuan. His poetry translations have been widely published in the UK, USA, India, New Zealand, Canada and Nigeria.

Howard, Jenny

Jenny Howard lives in Sheffield, UK. She has joined two creative writing groups, Women Writers and Opening Line. Women Writers published a group anthology entitled Brimful in April 1999. She has also written several short stories, and is now experimenting with a novel.

Howard-Hobson, Juleigh

Juleigh Howard-Hobson is a widely published essayist, short story writer and formalist poet. Named a Million Writers Award "Notable Story" writer, she has been nominated for both the Pushcart and the Best of the Net. Her fiction has appeared in Key Hole Magazine, Aesthetica, Going Down Swinging, Whistling Shade, Her Story, The Chimaera, Broken City and many other places, both in print and in cyberprint. Born in England, she now lives in Portland, Oregon, USA.

Howerton, Eric

Eric Howerton is a 5th-year PhD candidate in Fiction at the University of Houston's Creative Writing Program, the former fiction editor of Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts, and an adjunct faculty member at Weber State University. His poetry, fiction, and journalism have appeared or are forthcoming in PANK, The Higgs Weldon, Night Train, Grey Sparrow, and several other magazines.

Huffman, A.J.

A.J. Huffman has published thirteen full-length poetry collections, fourteen solo poetry chapbooks and one joint poetry chapbook through various small presses. Her most recent releases, The Pyre On Which Tomorrow Burns (Scars Publications), Degeneration (Pink Girl Ink), A Bizarre Burning of Bees (Transcendent Zero Press), and Familiar Illusions (Flutter Press) are now available from their respective publishers. She is a five-time Pushcart Prize nominee, a two-time Best of Net nominee, and has published over 2600 poems in various national and international journals, including Labletter, The James Dickey Review, The Bookends Review, Bone Orchard, Corvus Review, EgoPHobia, and Kritya. She is the founding editor of Kind of a Hurricane Press. You can find more of her personal work at her blog.

Hyers, Robert

Robert Hyers has work published in Fictionville and 3:AM Magazine, as well as fiction in Khamiral Ink.

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