Julie Hazlett – Indiana, USA
Julie Hazlett, of South Bend, Indiana, creates art using many materials from tinted mica powders to special effects makeup. When not creating this art “officially,” she is driven to learn the things and whys of life and the world.
Karrie Huberts – Michigan, USA
Karrington Huberts is from the small town of Hudsonville, Michigan. After trying digital art and finding it wasn’t for her, she returned to traditional mediums – though she often combines the two. With a love for all things black and white, she can usually be found at her desk working on her most recent pen and ink drawing.
Melanie Hyo-In Han – Seoul, South Korea
Born in Korea and raised in East Africa, Melanie Hyo-In Han currently lives in Seoul where she’s a poet, teacher, and author of ‘Sandpaper Tongue, Parchment Lips’. She has received awards from Boston in 100 Words, Valiant Scribe, and The Lyric Magazine, and earned her M.F.A. in Poetry and Translation from Emerson College.
Learn more on Melanie’s website.
Maria D. Holderman- Upstate New York, USA
Maria D. Holderman is a college adjunct professor at SUNY Plattsburgh and an acclaimed science teacher ― Vermont Teacher of the Year Finalist (2011) and Vermont Academy of Science and Engineering Outstanding Teacher of the Year (2014.) When she’s not teaching, she writes nonfiction books.
As an international reporter to Romania, she is invited to talk about socio-political events happening in the United States. She lives in New York State with her two children and her husband.
Sha Huang – Georgia, USA
Sha Huang grew up in China. Her poems appeared in many literary journals and anthologies in China, the U.S, Canada, and Europe, including Muddy Review Poetry Review, Ekaphrastic Review, Verse Virtual, The Wild Word, Panloply Zine, and Chinese and Western Poetry (中西诗歌). She was a nominee for Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net 2021. She has a bilingual poetry book October Fruit with the Milky Way Publishing (银河出版社) in Hong Kong and her poems were awarded the outstanding translated poems in the third Flush Poetry Festival. In addition to writing poems, she also enjoys creating art. Her art works were published Ekaphrastic Review and exhibited in Suzhou, China, Asheville, North Carolina, and Acworth, Georgia. She currently teaches Chinese and Asian cultures at Kennesaw State University.
You may find on Sha on Facebook.
Heidi Hermanson – Nebraska, USA
Heidi Hermanson is a first-generation Nebraskan. Upon finding herself with an abundance of time due to Covid-19, she is documenting and photographing nearby rivers and cemeteries. A recipient of both the Nebraska Book Award and the Arts Council Fellowship, she organized the first Poets’ Chautauqua at the State Fair. She aspires to found a library of towns that no longer exist and learn dialects of the 17-year cicada. Her books are Waking to the Dream (Stephen Austin University Press, 2018) and Cocktails with God (forthcoming from Finishing Line Press). She received her MFA from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2008.
Sydney Hwang – California, USA
Sydney Hwang is a third-year undergraduate student at the University of Washington, majoring in English and Art. She has a passion for all things creative, including writing, fine art, film, and fun crafts. She loves listening to old music, wearing colorful jewelry, and collecting postcards. She currently resides in San Francisco, California, with her family and dog of ten years, Thumper.
D.N. Hoffman – Missouri, USA
D. N. Hoffman is a wanderlust soul, a devoted wife for two decades, and a nurturing mother of seven radiant souls. Embracing nature’s rhythms, she guides her family with creativity and harmony. Cultivating an urban farm, she harmonizes with Creation. As a Holy Yoga Master instructor, she weaves God’s wisdom into transformative teachings. Her enchanting words as a singer/songwriter touch souls. She embraces her free spirit, nature’s wonders, and the moon inspires her. Educated in Biblical Studies, Audio Production, and Holy Yoga, she heals through Raindrop Technique and Trauma Sensitive Yoga. A seeker of beauty, love, and purpose in a hurried world.
Tasneem Hossain – Bangladesh
Tasneem Hossain is a multilingual Bangladeshi poet with an English Language and literature background. She has published two English poetry books, The Pearl Necklace and Floating Feathers, along with a book of articles, “Split and Splice.” Her poems have appeared in the International Human Rights Art Festival 2022 Anthology: Tyranny Unchained, the Southern Arizona Press 2022 anthology, The Wonders of Winter (USA), Borderless Journal (Singapore), Discover Mississauga and More-eBook (Canada), Krishnochura (UK), EDAS Chronicle, The Dhaka Literature, An Ekushey Anthology, The Daily Star, and Asian Age Online (Bangladesh). She is also a columnist and op-ed. author. By profession, she is a training consultant.
Pamela Hertzog – Tennessee, USA
Pamela Hertzog is a creative writer and storyteller living in Franklin, TN. After careers in motherhood, church music and customer service, she taught English Composition to Chinese university students for five years. The opportunity to be appreciated for her contributions and travel in Asia were life changing. Unfortunately, that season ended with Covid and since then she works as a virtual administrative assistant. In her spare time, Pamela writes her memoir and enjoys public speaking, sewing and doting on her four grandchildren.
Peggy Heitmann – North Carolina, USA
Peggy Heitmann has published poems and forthcoming in Remington Review, The Impostor, Deep Overstock, and Amethyst Review among others. She considers herself both word & visual artist. Peggy lives in Raleigh, NC area with her husband and two cats.
Anita Howard – Cork, Ireland
Anita Howard is a writer, storyteller and actor living in Passage West, Co. Cork, Ireland. Her work features in many publications including HeadStuff, Poetica Review, the Querencia Press Autumn 22 Anthology, the December 2022 Mslexia Moth, Literature Today, and the Boundless 2023 Anthology of the Rio Grande Valley International Poetry Festival.
She is on Twitter.
Savannah Hernandez – California, USA
Savannah Hernandez is a creative story writer, poet, and visual artist who graduated from Cal Poly Pomona University with a Bachelors in English Literature. Her themes often focus on healing, growth, and reflections on life.
Find more on Savannah’s website.
Alex Horn – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Alex Horn is a writer from South Jersey, just outside Philadelphia. He studied Creative Writing at Columbia University. His fiction has previously appeared in Across the Margin and The Bookends Review. He spends his free time watching ice hockey and reading Haruki Murakami (though not at the same time).
Find more on Alex’s Twitter.
James Hancock – UK
James Hancock is a writer/screenwriter who specializes in bizarre comedy, thriller, horror, sci-fi and twisted fairy tales. He takes readers down strange and seldom trodden paths, often dark, and always with a twist or two along the way. A few of his short screenplays have been made into films, his stories read on podcasts, and he has been published in several print magazines, online, and in anthology books. He lives in England with his wife, two daughters, and a bunch of pets he insisted his girls could NOT have.
Find more on James’ Twitter.
Ron Hardwick – Northeast England
Ron Hardwick was born in Wallsend-on-Tyne in the north-east of England but now resides in East Lothian, Scotland. He is married with one son and a grandson. He has Master of Arts degrees in both Literature and Creative Writing from the Open University, and especially enjoys writing short fiction. He has written over 200 short stories, covering various genres. He has had his work published by e-zines such as Secret Attic, Makarelle, Write Time, Pure Slush, Bindweed and Cranked Anvil. He has 29 short stories of his fictional comic private eye Mr Lemon still awaiting a publisher!
Jane Hertenstein – Michigan, USA
Jane Hertenstein is the author of over 90 published stories both macro and micro: fiction, creative non-fiction, and blurred genre. In addition she has published a YA novel, Beyond Paradise, and a non-fiction project, Orphan Girl: The Memoir of a Chicago Bag Lady, which garnered national reviews. Jane is the recipient of a grant from the Illinois Arts Council. Recently a piece she wrote was featured in a New York Times’ article on women writing during the pandemic.
Jane teaches a workshop on Flash Memoir and can be found at her blog.
Keith Hoerner – Murphysboro, Illinois, USA
Published in 100+ lit mags / anthologies, Keith Hoerner is founding editor of the Webby / Communicator Award recognized Dribble Drabble Review, as well as a Best Book / American Writing Award Finalist. And a lover of all things “little-ature.”
Find more about Keith on X (Twitter).
Ira Joel Haber – Brooklyn, New York City, NY, USA
Ira Joel Haber was born and lives in Brooklyn. He is a sculptor, painter, writer, book dealer, photographer and teacher. His work is in the of The Whitney Museum Of American Art, New York University, The Guggenheim Museum, The Hirschhorn Museum, The Albright-Knox Art Gallery & The Allen Memorial Art Museum. He has received three National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, two Creative Artists Public Service Grant (CAPS), two Pollock-Krasner grants, two Adolph Gottlieb Foundation grants and, in 2010, he received a grant from Artists’ Fellowship Inc. In 2017 & 2018 he received the Brooklyn Arts Council SU-CASA artist-in-residence grant.