National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Rosie Prohías Driscoll

Rosie Prohías Driscoll Bio Rosie Prohías Driscoll is a Cuban-American educator and poet. She teaches high school English in Alexandria, VA, where she lives with her husband and a host of ancestral spirits who keep her rooted and grateful. Her poems have appeared in numerous online and print journals, including The Acentos Review, Literary Mama, Saw Palm: Florida Literature and Art, SWWIM Every Day, and Gyroscope Review, Presence: A Global Journal of Spirituality and the Arts, and Snapdragon: A Journal of Art…

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Anna Idelevich

Anna Idelevich bio Anna Idelevich is a scientist by profession, Ph.D., MBA, trained in the neuroscience field at Harvard University.  She writes poetry for pleasure.  Her books and poetry collections include “DNA of the Reversed River” and “Cryptopathos” published by the Liberty Publishing House, NY.  Anna’s poems were featured in Louisville Review, BlazeVOX, The Racket, Bourgeon Magazine, Running Wild Press, Zoetic Press among others.  We hope you will enjoy their melody, new linguistic tone, and…

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Shelly Holder

Shelly Holder Bio Shelly Holder is an emerging poet who hosts a poetry book club through Surprise the Line, where she also runs a 30 Poems in 30 Days workshop. Shelly has a deep love for weeklong intensive workshops, which began in 2012 with David Baker at the Kenyon Writer’s Workshop, recently reinforced by studying with Mark Doty at the 2022 Palm Beach Poetry Festival. Others she was fortunate enough to learn from include Linda…

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National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Shannon Kernaghan

Shannon Kernaghan bio Shannon Kernaghan writes and creates visual art from Alberta, Canada. These poems are from her collection More Life Coming Up, After the Break(down). Her work appears in books, magazines, and journals – poetry, fiction, and everything between – and she continues to tell her stories at www.ShannonKernaghan.com. LINKS W: www.ShannonKernaghan.com FB: www.facebook.com/shannon.kernaghan.16 T: https://twitter.com/ShanKernaghan IG: www.instagram.com/shankernaghan/ YT: https://buff.ly/2VtpmN5  Find more poets reading their work on the Gyroscope Review main page, search Let the Poets Speak or National Poetry Month 2022. Make…

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