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J. B. Nandlal
  • Mr. J.B.Nandlal, a senior citizen  based in Mumbai  had graduated in hotel management in India and further in U.K. During his active working life, he held senior management positions in hospitality industry for more than three decades, subsequently he operated as hospitality management consultant for two decades , coordinating projects for  hotels, airline on board services, food & beverage chains  etc. in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and other places.

Jack Galmitz
  • Jack Galmitz began writing haiku in 1999. Awards and Other Honors: Intermittently, some of my poems have been chosen to appear in the annual anthologies published by Red Moon Press, and I was selected as one of the featured poets for A New Resonance 4: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku (Red Moon Press, 2005).

Jack R. Hodge
  • I am first and foremost a child of God. My job is to get out to the world messages from God in several different ways. Let me explain, I'm a poet, gospel singer gospel song writer, author, CEO, Founder and DJ of "The Jack Hodge Gospel Show". I work with Operation Military Parents as the Events Director here in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. I was a Chef before I retired, I was in the food business fore 40 years. At the present I'm writing a cook book.

Jacque Turner
  • Jacque Turner has served on active duty in both the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Navy. A graduate of Howard University and Capella University, where she received a BA in English and an MS in education, respectively, she is currently an adjunct online English instructor at Saint Leo University. She resides in Norfolk, VA.

Jahnavi Dodai
  • Jahnavi Dodai is a teenage poetess, reminiscent of a small bird, who sings and flies against the changing winds. In a tender age of 15 she has her own poetry collection, presented in her first book "Autumn of paper hearts". Her other hobbies are reading books, dancing and painting. She is presently studying in Delhi Public School, Raipur and planning to pursue law as her career.

Jaideep Khodaskar
  • Jaideep Khodaskar is a 47 years old man with a youthful disposition towards life. He believes that love is the only force that prevails and loving is the only way to be living life. Without love in the heart and a soulmate to share that love with, life becomes a meaningless existence. When there is a soulmate in your life, you experience all the emotions like happiness, sadness, pain and pleasure to the hilt and that is what makes life a beautiful journey to cherish. Love gives you all the energy that is needed to sail through challenges that life is throwing at you from time to time. This poetry book reflects the different shades of love that a heart feels for another.

James G. Skinner
  • James G. Skinner is a retired world wide telecommunications executive and ex-Honorary British Consul in Spain. For the past twenty years he has lived in Vigo and has observed through the press the constant flow of drugs from Latin America into Europe via the coast of Galicia. Living in Spain has also given him an insight into the fight on terrorism, especially the Basque Separatist movement ETA.

Jan Oskar Hansen
  • Jan Oskar Hansen is a poet, story teller and seafarer, born in Stavanger, Norway. He joined the merchant navy at 15 and spent most of his life at sea until settling in the early 90's in Portugal. His poetry has been widely published in hard copy and online, worldwide. Reviewers have generally commented that a love and honoring of living things stands out in Hansen's work, and deep humility; that it reveals with unflinching honesty man's shortcomings in his efforts to love, telling what there is to tell in a first person, deeply resident universal voice.

Janet K. Brennan
  • Janet K. Brennan, aka jb Stillwater, poet and author lives in the foot hills of the Sandia Mountains in the high desert of New Mexico with her husband, Arthur, and a great gray cat named Amos... Although a native New Englander, she has traveled the world, having spent time living in Pirmesanes Germany, as well as Montecchia di Crossara, Italy Home for her is the desert. Each time she has left to live in another part of the world, she has longed for her return to what she has determined is her "muse"

Jayanti M. Dalal
  • Mr. Jayanti M. Dalal, B.Sc. (Hons.), a businessman and writer, was born in Kapadwanj (Gujarat), India on December 28, 1935. Since his days in school in Umreth, of Gujarat State, he took keen interest in reading a large number of fiction and short stories available in the village library. To date, 22 books, including 14 novels, 3 collections of short stories, and 5 compilations, have been published. He was the first Gujarati writer whose Gujarati Novel ‘Ankhane Sagpan Ansoona’ translated into English named ‘Ordeal of Innocence’ first time published in U.S.A. in 2005 by Ivy House Publishing Group.

Jaydeep Sarangi
  • Jaydeep Sarangi is a bilingual writer, academic, editor and translator with several seminal books to his colourful cap. He has delivered keynote addresses in several national and international seminars and conferences and read his poems in different continents. He has been anthologised widely in several shores. One of the reviewers has made an honest observation by calling him Bard on the Banks of Dulong . Sarangi is the Vice President, GIEWEC (head office at Kerala) and one of the founder members and the Vice President of SPELL (Society for Poetry, Education, Literature and Language), Kolkata. Anchored in Kolkata, his poetry defies boundaries and resonates with glocal experiences.

Jean LeBlanc
  • Jean LeBlanc is a teacher and writer living in New Jersey, U.S.A. Her poetry has appeared in numerous journals. She does editorial work for the Paulinskill Poetry Project of Andover, New Jersey, as well as for More of her work can be seen at

Jean-Philippe Guéant
  • Jean-Philippe Guéant from Nord, France; 35 years painting experience; theoretician of abstraction. "What I am interested in painting is not the painting itself, but what is beyond the painting, besides the plastic aspect. The painter's part is to make visible what is not. I intend to draw the way, to trace the path, from the real world to the invisible, from the divided-state to the unity; this, by a global perception of both the world and the work; suddenly the light appears within the color, the original light."

Jeni Leena John
  • Jeni Leena John Graduate (Hons), B.ed. Diploma in Computer Software Principal Eden Garden Public school, Jammu

Jennifer DiCamillo
  • Is a mother of five, and a grandmother of six, Who ran a Pre-K Co-Op for numerous years Where she prepared and taught lesson plans for community Pre-schoolers. She loves children and reading.

Jess C Scott
  • Jess is an author, artist, non-conformist who is dedicated to writing original stories that are both meaningful and entertaining. Most of her work is fuelled by an intense desire to inspire others to favour social and spiritual values over shallow values. Her website is

  • More of a dreamer, learner, leader, reader, traveler, explorer and changemaker than just being an IT professional.



Johanne Gallagher
  • Hello there! Thanks for taking a moment to get to know me. I was raised in Ireland to an Irish father and Australian mother. I am the eldest of five girls. I have an education from the Dublin Institute of Technology in Applied Chemistry. I am a trainer and coach in law of attraction and a master practitioner in neuro linguistic programming (NLP). My passion is dancing Argentine tango, writing songs and poems and I also like to sing and paint. I love to work with people and help them to manifest their visions and dreams! I am very interested in quantum physics and positive psychology and use my poetry to express my thoughts about spirituality, nature and the Oneness of everything.

Johannes S. H. Bjerg
  • Penguins / Pingviner is a bilingual series of haiku centered around ... penguins. Here penguins can be seen as metaphors or real beings either mingling with society as a whole and its mechanics or as World saviors and upholders of the spiritual welfare of the World. Beacuse of their seemingly un-individial appearance they can also play the role of the uknown forces of this World.

John Alexander Rawson
  • John Rawson has 25 years’ experience in various roles in New Zealand Social Services and aligned industries. He has an Honours Degree in Psychology and Education + 2 years postgraduate training in Child Psychotherapy. He has run his own counseling practice for 4 years and currently works with youth, some children, and adults. He is married with two sons and a large cat.

John Charles Ryan
  • John Charles Ryan was born in Neptune City, New Jersey in the United States but has been living in Western Australia since 2008. He is presently writing poetry about the flora of the Southwest corner of Western Australia and some of those poems appear in this collection.

John J. Han
  • John J. Han (Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln) is a scholar, poet, editor, and translator. He was born in South Jeolla Province, South Korea, in 1956 and came to America for graduate studies in English in 1988. He currently serves as Professor of English and Creative Writing and Chair of the Humanities Division at Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis.

John McDonald
  • John McDonald is a retired stone-mason living in Edinburgh Scotland.He came to haiku in the mid - nineties and fell in love with the genre. He writes in Scots - one of the two languages native to Scotland (the other being the celtic rooted Gaelic) He has a web-page of Scots haiku which he tries to update daily, and from which most of the enclosed have been taken.

John R. Fyfe
  • John R. Fyfe was born in Verdun, Quebec, Canada in 1955. He has worked as a jewelry importer, writer and esoteric speaker, and currently enjoys a career in Vedic astrology, having trained in India. John has spent extended periods in Ireland, England, India and Thailand, and presently divides his time between Quebec and Colorado.

John Sandbach
  • Though grounded with great love and affection for both the haiku traditions of Japan and the West, John Sandbach's haiku represent a clear break and, hopefully, a new, influential, and open beginning in English-language haiku composition that welcomes and values all methodologies, aesthetics and topics, seeing infinite possibilities and equality in every path. Breaking away from what has become the traditional standards in English haiku,

Joseph Aprile
  • Joseph Aprile was born in the Bronx, New York, and is a resident of Seattle, Washington. He has traveled extensively and has incorporated many of his life experiences into his work as all writers inevitably must. Writing has always been an integral part of his existence. He has written and published works in different genres including: poetry, fiction and non-fiction. He has a special fondness for poetry since it is, by nature, evocative of the emotions and succinct in style.

Joseph S. Spence, Sr.
  • Joseph S. Spence, Sr. is the co-author of two poetry books, A Trilogy of Poetry, Prose and Thoughts for the Mind, Body and Soul (2005), and Trilogy Moments for the Mind, Body and Soul (2006), Winner of The 2009 Best Christian Poetry Book Award from

Julia Linden
  • I have been writing for as long as I can remember. Born in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg, Russia, I grew up in Chicago, Illinois. I have a B.S. from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, M.A. in English Literature from King's College, London and a J.D. from Loyola School of Law, Chicago, Illinois and a CELTA for Teaching English as a Second Language. I worked as a lawyer and teacher in Europe before returning to the U.S. I now live in New York City.

June Nandy
  • June Nandy is a published poet, ghazal singer and a translator from Calcutta, India. She has received her MA in English Literature & Hindi, Bachelors in Education, post graduate diploma in Translation Science (Gold Medalist) and a diploma in Public Relations. Her poetry has been published world wide in reputed international and national journals like Taj Mahal Review, Asian Cha, Qarrtsiluni, Up the Staircase Quarterly, Hudson View, Kritya, Muse India, Femina and elsewhere. 

Jyothirllata Girija
  • Born in 1935, Jyothirllata Girija started writing in Tamil for children first in 1950 and then was introduced as an adults writer by ANANDA VIKATAN in 1968. She has more than 500 short stories, 25 novels, 50 novellas, 3 full-length plays, several articles on social issues, translation of major part in Tamil of Kiran Bedi s As I see it etc. to her credit. She has won 20 awards so far for her Tamil creations.