(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)
sort descending
Vaillancourt, Chris G.

Chris G. Vaillancourt is a Canadian poet who has enjoyed publication in numerous small poetry magazines and newsletters, such as Pagan Lady Poetry Journal, The Inkling, The Lance, Opussum Review, Red Dragon, Poesia International, Plum Ruby Review, Windsor Star, Quills, Poetry Sharings, and a host of other print and ezine publications. He has enjoyed the publication of several chapbooks of his poetry, such titles as A Yellow Sunshine Night (4 Winds Press) and Teardrop of Coloured Soul (PublishAmerica). He has a BA in Psychology from the University of Windsor and a Diploma in Sacerdotal Ministry from the Saint Andrew Theological Institute.

Vaknin, Sam

Sam Vaknin is a published and awarded author of short fiction and reference books in Hebrew, English and Macedonian in Israel, Macedonia and the Czech Republic. He has collaborated with Israeli psychologists and criminologists in the study of personality disorders. He is the author of such books as Malignant Self Love ~Narcissism Revisited~ and After the Rain ~How the West Lost the East~.

Valliappan, Rekha

Rekha Valliappan is a creative prose-poet, short story writer and essayist. She was born in Bombay, lived in SE Asia and is now in New York. She studied Masters in English and American Literature and Bachelors in Law from Madras University and University of London respectively. As a college lecturer by profession, she taught university classes in India and Malaysia. She has had her writing published in Eastern Iowa Review, Thrice Fiction Magazine, Scarlet Leaf Review, Indiana Voice Journal, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Third Flatiron, The Ekphrastic Review, Friday Flash Fiction, Intellectual Refuge and other international journals. In 2016 she won Boston Accent Lit's Prize for Short Story. In 2017 she made it to Across The Margin's List for Best of Fiction.

Veronneau, Joseph

Joseph Veronneau has had poems appear in many publications, such as Chiron Review, Lunatic Chameleon, Chantarelle's Notebook, The Quirk, Thieves Jargon. He also runs Scintillating Publications, a chapbook publishing press.

Vilhotti, Jerry

Jerry Vilhotti graduated from The City College of New York, and has had stories published in The Dream International, Hob-Nob, Junction and many other literary magazines. He lives in the Litchfield Hills, with a wife "who--he says--treats him well (often he wonders why)" and three kids.

Villarosa, Scott

Scott Villarosa is an Australian writer whose work has been published both on the web and in print (e.g. The Australian Poetic Society, The Literary Lion, The Wide Thinker E-Zine, Moria Poetry Journal, Picture & Word). Fluid Ink is his own poetry web site.

Vincent, Ajise

Ajise Vincent is an economist and social researcher based in Lagos, Nigeria. His works have appeared in Oddball, Eureka, Jalada Africa, and various literary outlets. In 2015, he was shortlisted for the Korea-Nigeria feast. He also won the Eriata Oribhabor Poetry Prize in the same year. He is currently working on his maiden poetry collection, The Chronicles of Renaissance.

Copyright © 1998-2020 Locust Magazine - All Rights Reserved
Locust Magazine Logo