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He's been an adjunct English instructor, a soccer journalist, and a literary magazine editor. Michael Baldwin is a native Texan who resided in the Houston area in the s and 90s. He holds a B. He currently resides in Benbrook, Texas. He writes from Burleson, Texas. Her poems have been published in Switched-on Gutenberg, Labyrinth , and Jeopardy , and she has held various editorial positions on literary magazines including The Bellingham Review.
In , she was a juried poet at the Houston Poetry Fest and has been nominated multiple times for the Pushcart Prize. He is also a playwright and lives in Houston, Texas. She was a media coordinator at Newman School in New Orleans during the tumultuous years of school integration. Her poetry has appeared in many periodicals, e. David A. Bart is a writer from Arlington, Texas. Kristi Beer lives in Houston with her daughter, two canines and five cats.
Michael Berryhill grew up in Houston, ran away to the Midwest, East Coast and Europe for fifteen years, and came back to spend the last thirty years in Houston as a journalist and teacher at the University of Houston and now at Texas Southern University. He is working on a book about the Texas coast. Mario G.
He has written and published three books of poems with Cuban themes in Spanish. In addition to his Engineering accomplishments, he is currently pursuing a second doctorate in Spanish Literature at Texas Tech. He was Louisiana Poet Laureate in and She was a juried poet for Houston Poetry Fest and