(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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Rae, David

David Rae lives in Scotland. He loves stories that exist just below the surface of things, like deep water. He has most recently had work published in such magazines as Helios Quarterly, Gnu Magazine, The Machinery, Three Drops fro the Cauldron. More of his work can be found here

Ragamalika, Annam

Annam Ragamalika teaches English at Loyola College, Chennai (India). She majored in English from Central University of Hyderabad. She likes reading and writing poems, and her poems have been published by Kavya Bharati and Misty Mountain Review.

Raghu, Chamel

Chamel Raghu is a student at the University of Texas. Her personal website is at

Rajan, Ravie Shakar

Ravie Shakar Rajan is software engineer in Mumbai, India.In his free time he loves writing poetry and has been doing so since his school days. Most of his poetry is based on his personal experiences and the people he gets to know in his everyday life. He also has interests in archaelogy, travelling, and fossil study.

Raven, Francis

Francis Raven's books include two volumes of poetry, Shifting the Question More Complicated (Otoliths, 2007), and Taste: Gastronomic Poems (Blazevox, 2005), as well as a novel, Inverted Curvatures (Spuyten Duyvil, 2005). His poems have been published in many magazines, like Bath House, Chain, Big Bridge,Mudlark. His critical work can be found in such publications as Jacket, Logos, Clamor.

Ray, Hillol

Hillol Ray, Poet Laureate, author, and song writer, is an Environmental Engineer/Manager of Drinking Water Supply Enforcement Program, with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Dallas, Texas. He has been writing poetry since the age of six, in his native language "Bengali". His poems are regularly published in Bengali magazines from Asia, Europe, Canada, Sweden and North America, and are currently being translated into English, Swedish, Spanish, German and French. One of his recent poems, Earth Day, was read at several local observations, presented at a celebration in Arizona, displayed by the Dallas Museum of Art, and has been published worldwide. It also earned him letters of personal recognition from President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Jr. and Indian Ambassador S.S. Ray (no relation) in Washington, DC. He has received letters of personal appreciations for his poems from Madame Francine Cousteau, wife of world renowned oceanographer...

Reck, Amanda

Amanda Reck graduated at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She is working at the moment for a small non-profit and as a writer. She says, "I'm currently embodying that while all artists might not be starving, they are probably eating a lot of canned beans."

Ricard, Gabriel

Gabriel Ricard writes short fiction, poetry, plays, book reviews, and other non-fiction pieces. Publishing credits include Open Wide Magazine, Sidewalk's End, Unlikely Stories, and numerous others. One play was produced by Theater IV in Richmond, VA. He has also interviewed Harvey Pekar and Henry Rollins. Born in Canmore, Alberta, Canada, he lives with his family in Waverly, VA.

Rice, Oliver

Oliver Rice has received the Theodore Roethke Prize and has been nominated three times for a Pushcart Prize. His poems have appeared widely in journals and anthologies in the United States, as well as in Canada, England, Austria, Turkey, and India. His book of poems, On Consenting to Be a Man, has been introduced by Cyberwit, a diversified publishing house in the cultural capital Allahabad, India, and is available on

Rohan, Ethel

Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, Ethel Rohan now lives in San Francisco. She received her MFA in fiction from Mills College, CA. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from several literary magazines including Cantaraville, SUB-LIT, Word Riot, Identity Theory. She is a brazen chocoholic. Her blog is

Rutley, Martin

Martin Rutley is a young poet from Burnley (NW England). He has been writing poetry for several years now. He is influenced by several writers, ranging from Dostoevsky to Kerouac.

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