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LeoGarcia.com is Leo Garcia's personal website. Garcia is the co-founder and executive director of the outre film festival Film Maudit 2.0. (FilmMaudit.org) He produced the independent psychological thriller, Excess Flesh. Garcia also... more

Writer/designer, Pam Ward just released her poetry book BETWEEN GOOD MEN & NO MAN AT ALL, World Stage Press. She's published two novels, WANT SOME GET SOME, and BAD GIRLS BURN SLOW, Kensington. A UCLA... more

Julie Rogers' poems were first included in a SF anthology in 1980, and she later published several chapbooks. She has read her work on public radio and television and at many venues in California and Oregon, Washington state and... more

Amy M. Alvarez is an Affrilachian poet. Her work focuses on race, ethnicity, gender, regionality, nationality, and systemic injustice. She has been awarded fellowships from CantoMundo, VONA, Macondo, VCCA, and the Furious Flower... more

Hilda Weiss is a poet and the co-founder and curator for www.Poetry.LA, a website that features videos of poets and poetry venues in Southern California. She has been published in journals such as Rattle, Spillway, Cultural Weekly,... more

Pushcart Prize-nominated poet Rich Ferguson has shared the stage with Patti Smith, Wanda Coleman, Moby, and other esteemed poets and musicians. Ferguson has been selected by the National Beat Poetry Foundation, Inc.... more

Peter J. Harris, Altadena Poet Laureate Editor in Chief (2022-2024), is the author of Safe Arms: 20 Love & Erotic Poems (w/an Ooh Baby Baby moan), with Spanish translations by Francisco Letelier (FlowerSong Press), and SongAgain... more

Dorianne Laux is the author of several collections of poetry, including What We Carry (1994), a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Smoke (2000); Facts about the Moon (2005), chosen by the poet Ai as winner of the Oregon... more

Patrick Dunagan was raised a skateboarder in Southern California and became interested in poetry as a transplanted teenager living in New Hampshire. In 2011 Post Apollo Press published his first full length book There Are People... more

Tommy Swerdlow an actor, screenwriter and novelist. He has appeared in such films as Howard the Duck (1986) and Spaceballs (1987) and co-wrote the screenplays of Cool Runnings (1993), Little Giants (1994), Snow Dogs (2002)... more

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