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John Stocks Of Hollyhocks and Brambles John is a widely published writer from the UK. In may 2013 his work will be alongside poetry by Maya Angelou, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen in the anthology Heart Shoots. Peycho Kanev Event Horizon Peycho Kanev is the Editor-In-Chief of Kanev Books. His poetry collection Bone Silence was released in September 2010 by Desperanto. A new collection of his poetry, titled Requiem for One Night, will be published by SixteenFourteen in 2013. Peycho Kanev has won several European awards for his poetry and he’s nominated for the Pushcart Award and Best of the Net. His poems have appeared in more than 900 literary magazines.

Lisamarie Lamb The Bike Lisamarie Lamb has written and published a novel (Mother’s Helper) and a collection of short stories (Some Body’s At The Door). Dark Hall Press has published a collection of her short stories, entitled Over The Bridge. Her work can be found online at http:// www.themoonlitdoor.blogspot.com, and within around 20 horror anthologies. Jean DiMotto The Story of a Stone Jean DiMotto writes haiku and creative nonfiction. In addition to being a writer she is a judge and a nurse. She lives outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her husband, three cats and two bunnies. She composed "The Story of a Stone" while receiving a hot-stone massage in Vermont. www.jeandimotto.com

Bill Harney Hardwired Bill Harney teaches literature and courses about place at Endicott College, north of Boston. His poetry is about memories and uncovering in the writing process why they have the hold they do.

Tina Wayland In my Grandfather’s Footsteps Tina Wayland is a freelance copywriter, stay-at-homemom, and writer-type wannabe. She writes fiction whenever she can still keep her eyes open.

Barbara Purbaugh Wildflowers and Weeds Barbara Purbaugh received her Masters of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She is currently an English instructor at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. She has published short stories and poems and won awards for both her fiction and poetry. You may contact her at www.barbarapurbaugh.com

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Susan Carter Morgan Everything in its Place Upon retiring from teaching a few months ago, Susan Carter Morgan opened a writing studio in an arts workshop, where painters, potters, and weavers offer inspiration for her writing. Unfortunately, she often does her best work in the middle of night when she yearns for sleep but settles for tea. Her work appears in Brevity Poetry Review, The Front Porch, and in professional journals. She also writes on her blog, Writing in the Open Spaces. http://scmorgan.net Denise Mostacci Sklar At Twelve Years Old Denise Mostacci Sklar is from Hamilton, MA. She began life as a dancer and now, later in her career, has had the good fortune to discover writing as a new way to move through, remember, and keep looking at life. Her work has been published in Poetry Super Highway, LYRICAL of the Sommerville NEWS , Dark Lady Poetry , Wilderness House Literary Review, MFT-The Valley Review, BRICKrhetoric and will be published in upcoming issues of Sword and Saga Press and Emerge Literary Journal.

Alexandra Clare is a corporate refugee stalking commuters on trains for inspiration. Amber Monnin loves to eat chicken with ketchup--her husband thinks this is awful. We all do. Arthur Carey swam with sea lions in the Galapagos Islands. Clare Kirwan is a library assistant by day--like Batgirl. Deanna Willis is a mom of three teenagers. She can do the impossible...lick her elbow. Michele Cacano owns a Dracula Nutcracker. Donna Schwender was a Wildlife Biologist until a tick bit her tuckus. Donna Schwender collects fairy wings and leprechaun beard hair. Gerald Warfield is a closet arachnologist, an occasional archeologist, and he writes, too. Kristin L. Beno is a belly dancer, novice blogger, and attempted author. LaMishia M. Allen is a decor hacker/repurposing queen. Miriah Hetherington is a compulsive recycler. Sosanya can occasionally be found singing badly in karaoke bars. Tina Wayland can write fiction with her eyes closed. Denise Mostacci Sklar was once a dancer, now enjoys stillness...waiting for words to make an entrance. Lars Trodson has been seen lurking around H.P. Lovecraft’s grave. Donna S. Parkman is obsessed with cardinals obsessed with tapping on her windows. Sara Biggs Chaney sometimes touches the stove with bare hands. Just for fun. Jay Finn is Irish. Enough said.

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Profile for Haunted Waters Press

From the Depths, Spring 2013: A Literary Journal  

From the Depths is a quarterly literary journal from Haunted Waters Press featuring works of prose, creative nonfiction and poetry. Issues a...

From the Depths, Spring 2013: A Literary Journal  

From the Depths is a quarterly literary journal from Haunted Waters Press featuring works of prose, creative nonfiction and poetry. Issues a...

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