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Poems and stories by Bruce Levine, Duane Anderson, Ivan de Monbrison, Ivanka Fear, Jane Ellen Glasser, John Grey, Nolo Segundo, Steve Slavin

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Contributor Bios

Bruce Levine has spent his life as a writer of fiction and poetry and as a music and theatre

professional. A 2019 Pushcart Prize Poetry nominee, a 2021 Spillwords Press Awards winner,

the Featured Writer in WestWard Quarterly Summer 2021 and his bio is featured in “Who’s Who

of Emerging Writers 2020.” Bruce has over three hundred works published on over twenty-five

on-line journals including Ariel Chart, Spillwords, The Drabble; nearly seventy print books

including Poetry Quarterly, Haiku Journal, Tipton Poetry Journal; Halcyon Days and Founder’s

Favourites (on-line and print) and his shows have been produced in New York and around the

country. His work is dedicated to the loving memory of his late wife, Lydia Franklin. A native

Manhattanite, Bruce now lives and writes in Maine. Visit him at www.brucelevine.com

Duane Anderson currently lives in La Vista, NE. He has had poems published in Fine Lines,

Cholla Needles, and several other publications. He is the author of ‘Yes, I Must Admit We Are

Neighbors’ (Cyberwit.net - 2021) and ‘On the Corner of Walk and Don’t Walk’ (Pacific Poetry

Press -2021).

Ivan de Monbrison is a poet, novelist and artist born in 1969 in Paris. He has studied oriental languages in Paris,

and then worked for the Picasso Museum, before dedicating himself to his own creativity. He has been published

in literary magazines globally. His last poetry book in English and Russian “Faceless” has just been released in

Canada. He does not believe that his art is of any real significance, he does it as some kind of tribal ritual, he is

fully aware that vanity is one of the worse enemy of most poets and artisits, and tries to stay away from it as

much as possible. https://sites.google.com/view/ivan-de-monbrison/home

Ivanka Fear is a Canadian writer. Her poems and stories appear in numerous

publications, including The Sirens Call, Scarlet Leaf Review, Mystery Tribune,

October Hill, Close to the Bone, and elsewhere. The debut novel of her mystery

series is scheduled for release by Level Best Books in January 2023.

Jane Ellen Glasser’s poetry has appeared in numerous journals, such as The Hudson Review,

The Southern Review, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and The Georgia Review. In the past she

served as the poetry critic for The Virginian-Pilot, poetry editor for the Ghent Quarterly and Lady

Jane’s Miscellany, and co-founder of the nonprofit arts organization and journal New Virginia

Review. She won the Tampa Review Prize for Poetry for Light Persists (2006), and the Poetica

Publishing Chapbook Contest for The Long Life (2011). Jane Ellen Glasser: Selected Poems

(2019) and Staying Afloat during a Plague (2021) are her recent collections. To learn more about

the poet and her work, visit www.janeellenglasser.com.

John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident, recently published in Sheepshead Review, Poetry

Salzburg Review and Hollins Critic. Latest books, “Leaves On Pages” and “Memory Outside

TJohn Grey is an Australian poet, US resident, recently published in Sheepshead Review, Poetry

Salzburg Review and Hollins Critic. Latest books, “Leaves On Pages” and “Memory Outside

The Head” are available through Amazon. Work upcoming in Lana Turner and International

Poetry Review. he Head” are available through Amazon. Work upcoming in Lana Turner and

International Poetry Review.

Founder’s Favourites | December 2021—Issue 17 | 22

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