Wolfpack Contributor Bio: Maid Corbic

Maid Corbic from Tuzla, 21 years old. In his spare time he writes poetry that repeatedly praised as well as rewarded. He also selflessly helps others around him, and he is moderator of the World Literature Forum WLFPH (World Literature Forum Peace and Humanity) for humanity and peace in the world in Bhutan. He is also the editor of the First Virtual Art portal led by Dijana Uherek Stevanovic, and the selector of the competition at a page of the same name that aims to bring together all poets around the world.
Many works have also been published in anthologies and journals (Chile, Spain, Ecuador, Bosnia and Herzegovina, San Salvador, United Kingdom, Indonesia, India, Croatia, Serbia, etc.) as well as printed copies of the anthology of poems "Sea in the palm of your hand","Stories from Isolation", and "Kosovo Peony" and others. 

He achieved with his hard work numerous acquaintances around the world, and in 2020 he was proclaimed a poet in the Indo-Universe group, which is also involved in charity around the world. He has been writing for over twelve years, and the beginning is based on elementary school when they are professors recognized the enthusiasm for the written trail that was initially guided by the competition competitions, and later with the development of technology outside their country in an online format. This one. The author is also even representative accordingly to represent his country in a variety international competitions of the written trace, and soon his works will be translated into several languages of the world (Chinese, Italian, French). He is also known for what often supports other authors of the world and is happy to advise on certain concerns with with a smile on his face.

Winner of numerous awards, among them the association "KNS - Nova Svjetlost" in
 Sarajevo, during which he won a bronze charter for his work, which was evaluated by an international jury. Numerous revisions have been written about him, as well
 published in numerous pages of both the world and domestic scene. He's the winner
and the "Poets Touching Love" competition with the Golden Triptych about his work
 had a character on the occasion of St. Trifundana. His works are an inspiration even to the affirmed to people who really give great audits and support.

Ambassador of cultural differences in Syria, and recently presented on the blog "New Story"
as a young author who has won numerous awards and a person worthy of attention
Founder of the international competition "Written Pen" which had over 107 members and
 several portals published the winning work. In 2020, the winning state was
Montenegro. He is currently on the jury of the international competition system
 Galaxia in Spain for unpublished poetry in 2021 as the only author in the field
 Balkan who evaluates the author, and soon was promoted as a global artist.

Most Underrated Musicians in the 2000’s: Part 1: Nicole Atkins

from Nicoleatkins.com
I've began listening to Nicole Atkins music around 2017 or 2018.  I was first introduced to her amazing album "Goodnight Rhonda Lee"
which I was drawn to her style of singing going from soulful to breathy and retro.  I am a huge fan of music that sounds retro.  And being i'm only 40 years old. I'm not sure if I fit in with my time.   If you read my poetry you'll understand this.  "Goodnight Rhonda Lee" had songs that were instant classics to me, such as "A Dream Without Pain" "A Little Crazy" "Colors" "Goodnight Rhonda Lee" & "A Night of Serious Drinking" being the ones that hit me the hardest.  So, as any fan of indie musicians it always makes me feel out of the loop when I feel I discover something amazing.  I soon find out that well they've had plenty of music already out.  Which throws my A.D.D. brain for a-loop.  Yes, i'm very excited to discover all these possible gems, but yet oh no I want to know it all at once, and be able to identify with the music immediately.  Well, with Nicole's prior work that wasn't too hard. Going back to around 2006/2007 she has put out several albums.  I recommend purchasing a copy of Neptune City, Mondo Amore, Slow Phaser, the aforementioned "Goodnight Rhonda Lee" and this past  year she put out "Italian Ice" a more soulful style album which she collaborated with several artists for "Single Lock Records" Songs like Mind Eraser, Domino, & AM Gold are constantly on my list of her newer go-to songs.  Nicole has also quite a collection of wonderful cover songs such as "The Crystal Ship" by the Doors, "Vitamin C" by Can, "The Seventh Seal" by Scott Walker, a must listen version of "Dancing in the Dark" by Bruce Springsteen from the Dead Man's Town tribute to Springsteen album.  Check out her whole catalog.   Some other highly recommended songs by me include "War Torn" "Hotel Plaster" "Neptune City", "Cry Cry Cry" give Nicole a listen and check out her website at www.Nicoleatkins.com and Youtube page https://www.youtube.com/user/nicoleatkins 

Nicole Atkins- "Goodnight Rhonda Lee" - YouTube

Wolfpack Contributor Bio: Pasithea Chan

Pasithea is an impressionist poet who dabbles in art and poetry. She enjoys writing about life and her experiences from different perspectives. She believes in art in poetry as in exploring art to emphasize its role in juicing creativity out of a quill. She enjoys writing poetry in symbolism laced with philosophy and psychology.  Combined with varied styles and topics, her motto will always be: poetry is a passionate expression kindled by an impression unlimited by public conviction. To catch more of her work follow her on Instagram @pasitheachan or twitter @RogueMalachite and on Ello @ello.co/pasitheaanimalibera where you can find more of her historical fiction and mythological or cultural short stories.

Wolfpack Contributor Bio: Mashaal Sajid

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Mashaal Sajid is a 21 year old female Poet and artist from Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Her work has appeared and is forthcoming in The Sutterville Review, Maintenant 15, Rigorous Magazine, Papeachu Review, The RIC Journal, Girls Right The World Journal, Formidable Women Sanctuary Press, The Desi Collective, Siyaah Qalam Akhbar and a few Poetry Anthologies. She is a staff Poetry Reader for The Walled City Journal and has recently edited and illustrated a Poetry book ‘Kasheer’.

Wolfpack Contributor Bio: Catrice Greer

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Catrice Greer @cgreer_greer is a poet and writer who resides in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a 2020, Pushcart Prize Nominee. In November 2020, Catrice served as a Cheltenham Poetry Festival, Poet in Residence. Catrice’s poetic work explores a range of topics about the human condition. She currently performs as a featured poetic artist or via poetry artist collectives in international virtual open mics. Her recent poems were published in Icefloe Press, the historic Afro-American Newspaper, a Phenomenal Womxn Anthology, Baltimore Health Behavioral Services art gallery, and local newsletters. She is currently working on publishing her first chapbook.