Written Tales Publishing Schedule

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If Man’s Body was a Parliament

Shamik Banerjee is a poet from India. He resides in Assam with his parents. His poems have appeared in Fevers of the Mind, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, and Westward Quarterly, Dreich, The Hypertexts, among others, and some of his poems are forthcoming in Willow Review and Ekstasis, to name a few.

Discovery, utility, the Tao and fruit

Douglas Colston hails from Australia, has played in Ska bands and picked up university degrees, supported his parents during terminal illnesses, developed mental and physical disabilities, married his love, fathered two great-children and had his inheritance embezzled. His creations are intended to make a positive contribution to the zeitgeist.

No Cocktails for Two

Ken Gosse prefers writing metric, rhyming, and light verse. First published in First Literary Review-East in 2016 and since then by Pure Slush, Spillwords, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, and others. Raised in the Chicago suburbs and now retired, he and his wife have lived in Mesa, AZ, with rescue dogs and cats underfoot for over twenty-five years.

Survival

Zainab has been writing poetry for over a decade. Her first publication was in LaRaiz Magazine in 2022, followed by the launch of her multimedia poetry platform: “Stories Untold: Poetry for The Soul”. Zainab’s illustrated poetry book, “Boundless” has sold over 100 copies since its publication in August 2023.

Cutting Discord

Sandi Todd lives in WI. She has published in the G.E.M.S. Sparkle, 'What Could I Do'. 

Rose

cleareyes.poetry is part of the LGBTQ and has struggled with identity their entire life. From being mentally ill to being kicked out of places, they called home! They’ve searched for love in all the wrong places, not knowing it was always inside of them! cleareyes.poetry tried to be perfect for others and never tried it for ... Read more

The Thread

Justin Hatfield is a graduate of Indiana University. Hatfield has dabbled in writing but mostly composes music. "The Thread" is his first work to be published and his first poem overall. Hatfield continues to pursue his passion in creating art and exploring new, diverse opportunities. He hopes to inspire others to pursue their passions too.

MEETING IN THE DARK

Nkocy Kingie is a middle-aged, free-thinking soul driven by the greater desire to see a more serene and peaceful world.

Snap Judgments

Stu Ducklow is a retired journalist and sax player with more enthusiasm than skill. He lives in Nova Scotia, a corner of the continent too cold and barren to attract many settlers, and we like it that way.

Finding Harmony

Thompson Emate spends his leisure time on creative writing, particularly poetry and prose. He has a deep love for nature and the arts. His poems can be seen in Poetry Soup, Poetry Potion, Visual Verse, Written Tales and Voice.club. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

The Night Came

Thompson Emate spends his leisure time on creative writing, particularly poetry and prose. He has a deep love for nature and the arts. His poems can be seen in Poetry Potion, Poetry Soup, Visual Verse, Written Tales magazine, Writer Space Africa magazine, Voice.club and ScribesMICRO. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

To That of Her Own Fallen Shadow

Katrenia G. Busch is a freelance journalist who has worked for CBS and NPR. She is an award-winning poet with work published in Westward Quarterly, October Hill, Bloom Magazine, Written Tales, Red Penguin Books and others. Her forthcoming chapbook, “Mystery and Wind,” will accompany a 2nd appearance on Quintessential Listening.

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