Writers We Have Published
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Jonathan P-Wright

South Beach

Jonathan P-Wright is Chief Visionary Officer of RADIOPUSHERS and freelance writer for multiple mainstream media companies. Jonathan P-Wright is a bi-costal resident between Southern California and South Beach.


RADIOPUSHERS creates digital alliances with emerging artists driven by an aggressive entrepreneurial spirit. The chief focus lies within sparking inspiration and fueling a timeless brand.

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Agbiri-onwu Chinwendu Elsie

Nigeria

Chinwendu is a student-physioytherapist and Varsity footballer at a Nigerian University who spends most of her time idolizing Celine Dion, writing in melancholic moods and arguing in favor of LGBTQ+

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Alan Cohen

Eugene, OR

Alan Cohen is a poet first, then PCMD, teacher, and manager, living a full varied life. After writing poems all his life, he is beginning now to share some of his discoveries.

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Ava Lansley

Sydney, Australia

Amateur Australian poet, essayist and writer. My work primarily focuses on experiences as a bisexual, sexually dominant woman. My poetic themes involve death, creation, mythology, feminism and sex.

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Avital Balwit

Portland, OR

Avital studies political theory and cognitive science at the University of Virginia. She has writing published in Kanstellation, New Reader Magazine, and forthcoming in World Weaver Press.

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Cat Hubka

New Mexico

Cat is a writer, photographer, and actor in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she teaches technical writing at UNM. Her poems and essays have appeared in both print and online journals.

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Charlotte A Wynn

UK

Scientist by day, writer by night, I am a fan of fantasy and dystopian fiction. Author of published fantasy series, The Reaper's Lament.

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David P Rogers

Kentucky

David P Rogers writes fiction out of Cave City, Kentucky.

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Devon Balwit

Pacific Northwest

Devon Balwit teaches international students and writes poetry atop the Cascadian Subduction Zone, where she hopes the "Big One" will wait a couple hundred more years.