John M. Marshall (05/10/1946 / Wilmington, NC)
Biography of John M. Marshall
Founder & Editor – Epiphany Arts; Epiphany Arts Press; Cape Fear Poetry Society
Poetry Publications - U. S.
Tribal Soul Kitchen, Beautiful Nuance, Wormwood, Poetry Motel, Charlotte Poetry Review,
Southern Poetry Review, Alpha Beat Soup, Coastal Plains Poetry Review, Orphic Lute,
Ingénue, Bouillabaisse, Earthwise, Innisfree, Word Salad, Locust Magazine, King David,
Whatever Is Pure, Universal Personality, Quill & Ink, Bone River Cantata,
The Lyricist - Campbell University,
The Cairn - St. Andrews College,
ATD Bulletin - Federal Aviation Administration,
Dark Moon Rising, Poetic Rainbows, Ariga, Foliate Oak, Cross Way Publications,
Caffeine Destiny, Ujamaa, Swans Commentary, Penwood Review,
Poetic Voices, Autumn Leaves, Underground Window, The Horror Zine,
The Star News, Twice The Fright: The Horror Zine, Vol. II
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Poetry Publications – Other Countries
Germination – Canada
Panda Poetry – Wales
Flowing Mist – Romania;
Open Wide – Liverpool, England
Mageworld – London, England
Poetry, Songs and Writers of Scotland – Scotland
Cyclamens and Swords – Israel
Poetica Magazine - Israel
Short Story Publications
Germination – Canada
Tintota – Australia
Word Salad – U. S.
afterDinner – U. S.
1992- Charles A. Shull Award
1993- Caldwell W. Nixon, Jr. Award
1994- North Carolina Poet Laureate Award
1994- Charles A. Shull Award
1995- Charles A. Shull Award
2004- Poets’ Choice Award- Beautiful Nuance Magazine
World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
celebrated on May 21st every year
Your Favorite Poets’ Favorite Books of Poetry
Daily Rituals of Famous Authors
Writers seem to be the most prone to unshakeable routines and elaborate superstitions.
Incredible Reading Rooms Around the World
Cozy, beautiful places to curl up with a good book...
So wistful within the spirits I call to the clouds before the light,
Be watchful. The bird has flown, deft and fleet upon the air.
The lightning flashed and lifted the bird which had sung all day
to watch the blue wave curl and break,