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August-September Issue

Updated: Oct 4

 

https://www.adorawilliams.com/

http://thecreativecatalyst.substack.com/


 

Bio:


Amy Harrison is a creative soul who teaches freshman English by day, and writes poetry at night. On the weekends, you can find her taking polaroids of the desert scape with her vintage camera. She is fueled by coffee and craft beer. Amy lives in Arizona with her husband, two fur babies, and over 400 vinyl records.

 

Bio:

Linda M. Crate (she/her) is a Pennsylvanian writer whose poetry, short stories, articles, and reviews have been published in a myriad of magazines both online and in print. She has eleven published chapbooks the latest being: fat & pretty (Dancing Girl Press, June 2022), and three micro-chapbooks Heaven Instead (Origami Poems Project, May 2018), moon mother (Origami Poems Project, March 2020), and & so I believe (Origami Poems Project, April 2021). She is also the author of the novella Mates (Alien Buddha Publishing, March 2022).

 

Bio:

Native New Yorker LindaAnn LoSchiavo, a Pushcart Prize, Rhysling Award, Best of the Net, and Dwarf Stars nominee, is a member of SFPA, The British Fantasy Society, and The Dramatists Guild.

Elgin Award winner "A Route Obscure and Lonely," "Concupiscent Consumption," "Women Who Were Warned," and "Messengers of the Macabre" by Nat. 1, L.L.C. [October 2022] are her latest poetry titles.

Up next: a tombstone-heavy collection in hardcover by Beacon Books.

She has been leading a poetry critique group for two years.

Her Texas Guinan film won "Best Feature Documentary" at N.Y. Women's Film Fest (Dec. 2021). https://linktr.ee/LindaAnn.LoSchiavo

https://messengersofthemacabre.com/


 

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Leslie Cairns holds an MA degree in English Rhetoric. She lives in Denver, Colorado. She has upcoming poetry/flash fiction/short stories in various magazines, including Coffeezinemag, Pink Plastic House, Diphthong Literary, Broken Poetry, Cerasus Magazine, Millennial Pulp, Wishbone Words, and others

 


Bio:

Leslie Cairns holds an MA degree in English Rhetoric. She lives in Denver, Colorado. She has upcoming poetry/flash fiction/short stories in various magazines, including Coffeezinemag, Pink Plastic House, Diphthong Literary, Broken Poetry, Cerasus Magazine, Millennial Pulp, Wishbone Words, and others

 

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Hi! My name is Maria Grace Nobile. Born and bred in New York City, I have always been attracted to the written word. I am a teacher by trade and I have loved to motivate and inspire my students. I am currently embarking on a second career as a poet. I am a member of Kamp Kilmer, created by Val Kilmer, which is a group of artists collaborating on Discord. I hope my poems inspire and bring you joy.

 

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Tohm Bakelas is a social worker in a psychiatric hospital. He was born in New Jersey, resides there, and will die there. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, zines, and online publications. He has published 18 chapbooks and several collections of poetry, including “The Ants Crawl In Circles” (Whiskey City Press, 2022). He runs Between Shadows Press.

https://tohmbakelaspoetry.wordpress.com/

 

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Zary Fekete has worked as a teacher in Hungary, Moldova, Romania, China, and Cambodia. They currently live and work as a writer in Minnesota. Some places they have been published are Goats Milk Mag, Journal of Expressive Writing, SIC Journal, Reflex Fiction, and Zoetic Press. They enjoy reading, podcasts, and long, slow films.

 


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Edward Hemstreet is an artist & writer from the clay of New Jersey. His work has been featured in several past publications, but now focuses largely on visual art. Outside of art, he may be found exploring New Jersey parks, indulging in high fidelity audio, or making tea for people he loves.


Instagram accounts: Poetry — @thelosttoday | Art — @hemstreetedward

 

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I’m a lover of adventure, nature, and trying new things. I live with my husband, dog, and cat and am getting back into writing after an season of literary drought.

 

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Hazel J. Hall (she/they) is disabled-queer writer and poet based in rural New Hampshire. She loves making art in all its forms and is heavily inspired by the world beyond her window. More of Hazel's work can be found in Quail Bell Magazine, Celestite Poetry, and Réapparition Journal, with other pieces forthcoming or visible at her site, hazeljhall.com.


Bio:

Sam Calhoun is a writer and photographer living in Elkmont, AL. He is the author of one chapbook, “Follow This Creek” (Foothills Publishing). His poems have appeared in Pregnant Moon Review, Westward Quarterly, Offerings, Waterways, and other journals.

 

Bio:

My name is Jack Connelly (He/Him) and I'm 19 years old. I've been writing poetry for about 2 years now so I still consider myself somewhat new.

Some of my favorite poets are Milton, Blake, Byron, Poe, Keats,Whitman, Yeats, Kerouac, and Ginsburg.

I think poetry is the most raw form of art there is. Poetry allows to really strike at the core of a humans soul and allows it to linger on. Words have an important impact on Humanity, for thousands of years stories of past generations were passed on through voice. As long as there's a voice to speak and a soul to feel, poetry will forever live on.



Bio:

Laszlo Aranyi (Frater Azmon) poet, anarchist, occultist from Hungary. Earlier books: (szellem)válaszok, A Nap és Holderők egyensúlya . New: Kiterített rókabőr. Known spiritualist mediums, art and explores the relationship between magic.


 

Dear our darling readers, writers, photographers, etc.


Thank you all so much for the never-ending support we've received from you all! This first issue has been such a delight to put together. We honestly could not have done any of this without all of you.


We here at Poetry as Promised Magazine are a two person team completely and wholeheartedly dedicated to art.

As much as we would love to shout our names from the rooftops to claim credit for all of this, we prefer to remain anonymous. However we will add some little facts about us to help you know us, as we know you.


Member 1


Head of designs and all things glueing together. Multi-published poet, published photographer and a mediocre maker of crocheted blankets.

Likes- Books, the smell of wet leaves and gasoline, cheese (despite lactose intolerance)



Member 2



Head of ensuring the prior member doesn't glue their hand to the scanner or hurt themselves with scissors.

Performance poet and musician with a background of graphic design.


Likes -Cats, flannel on literally every shirt he owns, has a concerning love based obsession with Dark Souls no matter how angry it makes him.




Also a note, we buy everything ourselves and hand glue/cut every page. If anyone wants to donate to us we do have a Kofi page available. It is not required to donate, but it is appreciated =)


https://ko-fi.com/poetryaspromised


Much love

P.A.Ps Magazine

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