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L.C. Atencio
  • Hi, everyone! I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida and my poems, Believing in words, not in whoever, and Staring through the cracks of reality, were published in Nota Bene, an anthology by The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. I have edited college journals such as Phoenix Magazine, The Cypress Dome, and The Florida Review. My poetry and short stories have been published internationally in Westview, Perspectives, Taj Mahal Review, The Penwood Review, The Storyteller, Space and Time Magazine, Grey Sparrow Press and others. My illustrations have been featured in college magazines such as Aries: A Journal of Art and Literature, and most of my art covers have been published by The Mythic Circle. I want to personally thank God, my family, my friends, my peers, my readers, my publishers, and all of my former professors for helping me achieve so many of my dreams in life. I couldn t have done it without you! I love you all! Since I was 11 years old, I wanted to be a published author. Statistics and reality showed me how nearly impossible it truly was for me to become a published author through the mainstream. I need you to know that your dreams can also come true! I m sending you all of my best wishes, and a really big hug from my heart to yours! All the best, L.C. Atencio.

 
Laila Holand
  • Laila Holand is from Oslo, Norway.

 
Lakshmi Menon
  • Lakshmi Menon is the author of the novel “The Second Choice.” She is also the Founder and Editor of the popular eMagazine Induswomanwriting.com, showcasing the work of both the amateur and published writers, from all over the world.  

 
Lakshmi Tripathi
  • Dr. Lakshmi Tripathi belongs to Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India. In the year 2009 she went to Beijing, China, to pursue her Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from one of the world’s renowned institute Tsinghua University. She is currently working as a post doctoral scientist at the same institute. Her interest in poetry started when she went to China.

 
Lasya Shashimohan
  • Lasya Shashimohan is a Bangalore based multi-genre writer whose work has been widely published in India's leading dailies like The New Indian Express, The Deccan Herald, The Hindu et al and a few e-journals. A tryst with entrepreneurship apart, she has aspirations to grow further in the literary arena. Poetry is one such attempt- helping her explore issues that touch and sear her heart and which, she believes, should ideally stir collective conscience. Life would be incomplete sans other facets, thus her work has ample elements of humor, surrealism, fantasy and lyricism also.

 
Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • July 6th 1993, Lawrence was cited by The United States Senate through Joseph I. Lieberman, "I am pleased to offer my most heartfelt congratulations to you upon your designation as one of America's Most Distinguished Poets and your impending induction into the International society of Poets. Once again, please accept my sincere congratulations on your most laudable achievement." The Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York City in conjunction with The Frank Silvera's Writers' Workshop, has several of Lawrence's plays documented.

 
Lawson E. Vallery
  • My name is Lawson E. Vallery Jr. and I was born in Alexandria, Louisiana; USA in 1943. Before I turned a year old I was moved to Texas. I grew up in the sand hills and oil fields of west Texas around Midland, Odessa and Abilene; "serious" cowboy country.

 
Lere Shakunle
  • LERE OYEBISI SHAKUNLE is a journalist, mathematician and writer. Lere wrote and directed the play, Tinuke, Beauty Queen of Oyo Empire, which was performed in Berlin in September 2007. Lere Shakunle travelled to the Federal Republic of Germany to do Mathematics, Physics and Social Science at the University of Goettingen in Germany during which time he founded a new mathematics called Transfigural Mathematics (TfM).

 
Levi James Baldwin III
  • A native of Springfield, Massachusetts, Levi James Baldwin III has been living in Amsterdam, Holland, for several years. Although he was trained in biochemistry (Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts) and biotechnology (Laney College, Oakland, California), he is a writer and performing artist, not a technician. http://www.myspace.com/levibaldwin

 
Liba (Moshé )
  • Moshé Liba, 1931

    As lecturer, writer and poet, member of the Hebrew Writers Association in Israel, of the Haagse Kunstkring-The Netherlands, and of various other national and international associations, he has lectured and published and is included in anthologies. He contributes regularly to literary, historical and international publications, reviews, periodicals, yearbooks, anthologies, and On-line publications in the Internet. Writing in several languages, he has published 66 books, history books, short stories, essays, literary criticism, children's books, theater-plays, albums, brochures, between them 37 books of poetry-including bilinguals.

 
Linda A. Peters
  • Linda Peters lives in northern Illinois, U.S.A. with her husband, a greyhound, and three snakes. A high school math teacher, she also enjoys music, art, traveling, the outdoors, photography, and being on the water.

 
Louie Levy
  • Louie Levy is preeminently a poet of peace. We find in his poems the beauty of vital and natural affirmations of human nature. Much of Levy's greatness rests on the verbal beauties and immortal lines ' Should all of human dogmatic brain, mind their own faith and not of another, most wars will stop and not start' ("Ponder For Peace", Taj Mahal Review, June 2006), 'reach out with arms outstretched with Love' ("Human Frailty: UN Reposed").

 
Lynn Strongin
  • Born in New York City in 1939, Lynn Strongin's name comes up regularly in college classes as one of the most unique voices in American poetry. Strongin has lived in British Columbia for more than a quarter century, but considers herself a profoundly American writer. During the 1960s, she worked with Denise Levertov amidst the lively political environment of Berkeley, California.