Contrib Bio & Links

Contributor Short Bios & Links

  

Linda Imbler is a Kansas-based Pushcart Prize nominee and Best of the Net nominee poet, fiction writer, classical guitarist, avid reader, retired school teacher and practitioner of Yoga and Tai Chi. Her books include Big Questions, Little Sleep, Lost and Found, The Sea's Secret Song and Pairings. The former two titles are available at Amazon Print and the latter two can be found at http://www.somapublishing.com

You can visit her at http://lindaspoetryblog.blogspot.com/?m=1

 

J.C. Salazar is a Houston-based poet, novelist and author of the poetry collection "states of unitedness" and the novel Of Dreams and Thorns. Kirkus Review says "An often richly drawn portrait of immigration, acculturation and family loyalty." You can visit him at https://www.jcsalazarwriter.com

 

Catherine Rhoden-Goguen, North Carolina-based playwright is well known for her nationally produced play "May I Have Your Attention, Please" In this interview she discusses along with her dramatic subject Matt Rifenburg her new dramatic work "Unstoppable By Design." http://www.MayIHaveYourAttentionPlease.com

 

Amy Oestreicher is a New York-based playwright and songwriter and her one-woman musical "Passageways" premiers at the Triad, March 16th at 7pm and March 31st at 3pm. You can follow her work at https://amyoes.com   You can pre-order her new forthcoming book "My Beautiful Detour" at this site as well.

 

Paul Brookes is a Wombwell, England-based poet and performer who has truly perfected the narrative poetry style that lends itself to history as much as drama. He will be performing on 23 Feb at Jackanory in Wakefield. 

https://thewombwellrainbow.com