Nicholas Elliot

November 13, 2016

Nicholas Elliot made his debut on the poetry and performance scene at Bar Oussou in May 2016. He has dabbled unsatisfactorily with writing all his life and is delighted that he might be finally finding a voice through spoken word. His voice currently includes his father – an Anglican minister – his teenage self, singing, […]

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Jerry Newland.

November 11, 2016

  Jerry Newland lives in Auckland New Zealand. He writes and talks for a living. Lately a few stories have come his way. He writes them down between drinks. He is hoping to get to ten stories.     Jeanie is super-hot, she smells likes the ocean, salty and blue. She has a beautiful body, […]

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Gonzo Days ~ Terry Smith

November 9, 2016

Terry Smith is a broke ass writer & artist living somewhere in the Great Atlantic North East…pays his bills by making breakfast for people he has never slept with & is best known for chasing beautiful women through traffic at rush hour just to say “Hi”……& wants everyone to know that “six pack in the […]

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Matthew Borczon

November 8, 2016

Matthew Borczon is a writer from Erie Pa who publishes widely in the small press. His book A Clock of Human bones won the yellow chair review chap book contest in 2015. His second book Ghost train will come out summer of 2017 from Weasel press.   Turkey Buzzards   It had only taken two […]

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Brooke Nicole Plummer

November 6, 2016

  Brooke Nicole Plummer is a bespectacled student from northern Indiana. Aside from poetry, her time consists of tutoring courses in writing, note-plucking her acoustic Ibanez, and coordinating her “do-it-yourself” art collective, Speak Michiana. Her work has been featured in Analecta and New Views on Gender, both literary journals from Indiana University of South Bend. […]

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Michael Marrotti

November 4, 2016

  Michael Marrotti is an author from Pittsburgh using words instead of violence to mitigate the suffering of life in a callous world of redundancy. His primary goal is to help other people. He considers poetry to be a form of philanthropy. When he’s not writing, he’s volunteering at the Light Of Life homeless shelter […]

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