National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Carol Edwards

Carol Edwards Carol Edwards is a northern California native transplanted to southern Arizona. She lives and works in relative seclusion with her books, plants, and pets (+ husband). She grew up reading fantasy and classic literature, climbing trees, and acquiring frequent grass stains. She enjoys a coffee addiction and raising her succulent army. Her work has recently appeared in Open Skies Quarterly, Otherwise Engaged Literary and Art Journal, and Red Penguin Books. Find more poets reading their work…

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Gabriella Brand

Bio: Gabriella Brand’s poetry and short stories have appeared in over fifty literary publications in four countries. Her travel writing appears in The Christian Science Monitor and the Globe and Mail. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee. Gabriella lives in Connecticut where she teaches writing and languages in the OLLI program of the University of Connecticut and serves as the first Poet Laureate of her town. Read more of her work here: Website: gabriellabrand.net Find more…

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Richard Matta

Richard L. Matta grew up in New York’s Hudson Valley, attended Notre Dame, practiced forensic science, and now lives in San Diego with his golden-doodle dog. Some of his work is found in Ancient Paths, Dewdrop, New Verse News, Gyroscope Review, and Healing Muse.  Find more poets reading their work on the Gyroscope Review main page, search Let the Poets Speak or National Poetry Month 2022.

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – D. Dina Friedman

Wolf in the Suitcase (Finishing Line Press, 2019) D. Dina Friedman is the author of one book of poetry, Wolf in the Suitcase (Finishing Line Press) and two young adult novels, Escaping Into the Night (Simon and Schuster) and Playing Dad’s Song (Farrar Straus Giroux) She has published widely in literary journals and received two Pushcart Prize nominations for poetry and fiction. Of the poems on this page, Zoom Concert appeared in Gyroscope Review; Here in the Sanctuary, Whirling appeared in Naugatuck River Review; We Are…

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