Red on Red
*NO PHOTOS LISTED BUT WILL BE MENTIONED* Aaron Tanner, Austin Lucas, Paul Gilmartin, Jane Dougherty, Kara Beth Rasure, Jean Kizer, John Jones Jr, PS Pirro, Lucy Whitehead, Tony Brewer, KC Bailey, Ethan Jacob O’Nan (my brother), Nadia Gerrasimenko, Kristin Garth, Jennifer Hibbs, Lilly O’Nan (my sister), Darren Demaree (Sundress Publications) River Dixon (Potter’s Grove), Jennifer Roche, Liam Flanagan, Abdulmueed Balogun, Abuh Monday Eneojo, John Ogunlade, Jesse Falodun, David Ralph Lewis, Sidney Mansueto, Dai Fry (RIP), Samantha Merz, December Lace, Karen Mooney, Jenny Mitchell, Mukund Gnanadesikan, Julie Stevens, Gail Sheridan, Richard Waring, Ediney Santana, Vern Fein, Iona Murpy, Will Davis, Gerald Jatzek, Jason Ramsey (Barren Mag), Mike Whiting, Al Matheson, Ann Hultberg, Ceinwed CE Haydon, Merril Smith, Cara Bovaird, Chris Maxwell, Ulane Vuorio, Gaynor Kane, Ilya Kaminsky, Jack Bowman, Kaitlyn Luckow, JP Meador, Joan McNerney, Stephen Sherman, Rumillineal Poetry, Niles Reddick, Jennifer Criss, J Matthew Waters, Matt Duggan, Cee Martinez, Mike Adams, Scott Christopher Beebe, Attracta Fahy, Christina Strigas, Sarah Marquez, Xerado, Alan Parry, Paul Robert Mullen, Amanda McLeod, Ryan DeLeon, Ellen Kirkman, Matthew Calmes, Shauna McGuiness, Daniel Galef, Kimberly Cunningham, Madisn McSweeney, Greg Santos, John W Leys, Amy Barnes, Pavlina Marie, David Mellor, David Grant Lee, Jesse Lynn McMains, Amanda Reeves, Elizabeth Moura, Michelle Nadasi, Jennifer Reeves, Judge Santiago Burdon, Justin Karcher, Paul Rowe, Eric Valor (RIP), Brunette Glassco (RIP), Anna Nash, George Miller, Robin Ray, Lynn White, Jamie Routley, JDG, Pasithea Chan, David Lunn Millborn, Anne Paulet, Demi Whitnell, David Fladger, Anna Rozwadowska, Christopher Osswald, Helena Fools, CL Belcher, Barabara Avon, Ana Lorenza Jimenez, Doug Polk, Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Stephen Watt, Rachel Cunniffe, Ari Pitt, Colin James, Juliette Sebock, Hillary Behsharam, Abigail Swire, Christian Gould, Ruth Cheruto, Stephen Morgan Woodworth, Guy Farmer, Mary Jones (may soon be on team), Matt Seeley, Benjamin Adair Murphy, Sher Ting, Keely O’Shaugnessy, Tuur Verhyde, Stephen J Golds, Phil Wood, Arthur L Wood, Stephen Guenette, Shaun D Pace, Sadie Maskery, Tova Beck-Friedman, Jennifer Roche, Amanda Crum, Lisa Alletson, Doug Stuber, Amandla Med T Castro, Igor Goldkind, Nadine Vandergriff, Devika Mathur, Carrie Sword, Dunstan Carter, Andy Hunter, Kerry Darbishire, Hema Saju, J.D. Nelson, Frank Watkinson,Stu Buck, K Weber, Ken Tomaro, Gareth Culshaw, Phil Vernon, Janet Beekman, Elizabeth Castillo, Akhila Ek, Lynne Schmidt, Dave O’Leary, Matthew da Silva, Kieran Wyatt, Angelo Letizia, Patricia Walsh, Mike Hickman, Saba Zahoor, Georgia Hilton (may be contributor soon), Bradley Galimore (may be contributor soon), Mark Anthony Smith, Arun Kapur
Martins Deep (he/him) is a budding African poet, photographer/artist, & currently a student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. His works deeply explores the African experience. His creative works have appeared, or are forthcoming on FIYAH, The Roadrunner Review, Barren Magazine, The Sandy River Review, Eunoia Review, Agbowó Magazine, Surburban Review, Twyckenham Notes, FERAL, Black Lives Matter: Poems for a New World, Kalahari Review, & elsewhere. He loves jazz, adores Amanda Cook, and fantasizes reincarnating as an owl. He tweets @martinsdeep1
I’ve been writing poetry since about 2019. Some of my favorite poets are Mary Oliver, Charles Wright, and Charles Bukowski. I currently work as a registered nurse and as a programmer at a small video game company a friend and I founded this year. Writing has always been a passion of mine, and I’ve found poetry is the ideal way for me to express myself. I’ve had some work published in Eve Poetry Magazine, but primarily post my work to Twitter (@ryanwritespoems). I’m currently working on my first chapbook. I live in Oregon and am a Pacific Northwest native.
James Lilley, 34, father of 3 studying part time in a degree in Creative Writing. 2020 saw first work submitted and published with poetry being accepted with Black Bough Poetry, Versification and Spillwords. Is an active MMA and Bareknuckle fighter and a retired professional boxer dubbed the ‘Punching Poet’
Gayle J. Greenlea is a poet and counselor for survivors of sexual and gender-related violence. Her poem, “Wonderland”, received the Australian Poetry Prod Award in 2011. She shortlisted and longlisted for the Fish Poetry Prize in 2013, and debuted her first novel, Zero Gravity, at the KGB Literary Bar in Manhattan in 2016. Her work appears in St. Julian Press, Rebelle Society, A Time to Speak, Headline Poetry and Press, The Wombwell Rainbow, and Life in Quarantine (Stanford).
TheFlummoxed.com Twitter @AHeavyMetalPen By day, Ethan McGuire is a healthcare information technology professional. By night, he is a writer, whose work has been published by Better than Starbucks Poetry Magazine, Flashes of Brilliance, Foundling House Journal, The Dark Sire Literary Magazine, Vita Brevis Press, and the West Florida Literary Federation’s project Life in the Time of Corona, among others. Ethan currently lives in the Florida Panhandle near the beautiful beaches of the Gulf of Mexico with his wife and their dog and cat, and he is a proud member of the Panhandle’s writing community.
Neel Trivedi is a writer, editor and artist and in the advertising business in Dallas, TX. He was a Pushcart Nominee for 2020 and has been published in several online magazines as well as several print anthologies. He can be reached on Twitter @Neelt2001.
An author and a father, Kushal Poddar, edited a magazine – ‘Words Surfacing’, authored seven volumes including ‘The Circus Came To My Island’, ‘A Place For Your Ghost Animals’, ‘Eternity Restoration Project- Selected and New Poems’ and ‘Herding My Thoughts To The Slaughterhouse-A Prequel’. His works have been translated in ten languages. Find and follow him at amazon.com/author/kushalpoddar_thepoet
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M.S. Evans is a visual artist and Pushcart nominated poet living in Butte, Montana. Her work has appeared in Black Bough Poetry, Ice Floe Press, Versification, Anti-Heroin Chic, and Green Ink Poetry, among others.
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