LexPoMo Participants

Total poets:
245
Bronson O'Quinn
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Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 8:59am
Bio:
Fiction writer, web developer, father of an awesome 2-year-old who just wants to read Astro Boy and watch Charlie's Colorforms Cities, and husband to the coolest dork in the whole world.
Reason for Signing Up:
I once heard Robert E Howard kept writing Conan books because he sincerely believed Conan the Barbarian was a real person who threatened to keep writing them or else he'd lob off his head. That's not how I feel, but man isn't that a fun story?
Maya Pemble
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 9:24am
Bio:
Maya is a rising senior in high school and an aspiring poet. She loves travel, cannoli and is constantly lost in thought.
Reason for Signing Up:
4th year with lexpomo, hoping for more years after that
Christopher McCurry
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Jennifer Barricklow
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 12:33pm
Bio:
Jennifer Barricklow is a writer and freelance editor in Lexington KY. She also enjoys gardening, working with the Tarot, and crocheting. One of her dreams is to become a gypsy fortune teller.
Reason for Signing Up:
To connect with these amazing writers and be active in the community we create together.
HAT
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 12:47pm
Bio:
Walker Prather is a writer who loves his dog and has long hair
Reason for Signing Up:
I enjoy writing poetry I enjoy Lexington and being part of a great group of writers will be tons of fun.
kelly casey
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Nollie Palmer
Nancy Jentsch
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 2:04pm
Bio:
Nancy Jentsch has taught German and Spanish for over thirty-five years at Northern Kentucky University. She will retire in 2020 and looks forward to spending more time writing poetry and sharing the art of words with others. She has published scholarly articles, short fiction and poetry in journals such as Journal of Kentucky Studies, Eclectica, Aurorean, and Blinders. Her chapbook, Authorized Visitors, has been published by Cherry Grove Collections, an imprint of WordTech Communications (2017). Seven of her ekphrastic poems appear in the collaborative chapbook Frame and Mount the Sky (Finishing Line Press, 2017). Her Facebook writer’s page is https://www.facebook.com/NancyJentschPoet/. When she is not writing or teaching, she enjoys hiking, bird watching, knitting and Sudoku.
Reason for Signing Up:
There's no way I'd rather spend the month of June.
Lori Taylor
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 3:22pm
Bio:
Lori is a four-time LexPoMo participant, writer, mother of three daughters, wife, lover of coffee, alone time, office supplies, organization, sparkly things, and creativity. She is revising a NaNo WriMo novel, devising plans for future projects, and improvising in the in-between.
Reason for Signing Up:
The LexPoMo community is a talented bunch of attentive life-living sparks of light who not only write beauty and horror, but encourage and support each other in the process. I enjoy being a part of it.
Andrea Lawler
Dennis Preston
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 5:37pm
Bio:
Dennis J. Preston lives in Owensboro, Kentucky. He taught elementary school language arts for twenty-five years, but now enjoys being semi-retired. He is a minister, and enjoys reading, writing, traveling, and spending time with his family. He has published five books of poetry including Cloaked Moon: Women of the Bible.
Reason for Signing Up:
I love to write, but sometimes I need to be challenged. I also love the LexPoMo community, and the positive feedback given on my work. It helps me become a better writer.
Bianca Bargo
Katerina Stoykova
Dangerfield Yella
Robin Rahija
Thursday, May 2, 2019 @ 8:51am
Bio:
Robin LaMer Rahija is the editor of Rabbit Catastrophe Press.
Reason for Signing Up:
poems are fun!
Shaun Turner
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Thursday, May 2, 2019 @ 9:02am
Bio:
Shaun Turner is the author of chapbooks "The Lawless River: Stories" (Red Bird Chapbooks) and "Trying Not to Write Roadkill: Poems" (Ghost City Press). He serves as Fiction Editor for Stirring: A Literary Collection and co-editor at Fire Poetry Journal. His fiction, nonfiction, and poetry can be found in the Chattahoochee Review, Bayou Magazine, Barely South, and the Fourth River, among others.
Reason for Signing Up:
To share poems and community with y'all again.
Aaron Kerfoot
cl kirby
Thursday, May 2, 2019 @ 9:43am
Bio:
Corey is a social worker, a returned Peace Corps volunteer, a big sister, an avid reader, a poet.
Reason for Signing Up:
LexPoMo has become part of who I am.
Amy Camuglia
Thursday, May 2, 2019 @ 9:46am
Bio:
...a folk poet, runnin around the planet with kindred hooligans
Reason for Signing Up:
i love the kinship and variety of poetry produced
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