the Haiku Society of America anthology, Rumbunctious Review, the Illinois State Poetry Society Anthology, and other poetry journals. Farouk Masud Farouk Masud was born in Chicago on Earth Day. His poems have appeared in Spoon River Poetry Review, Kansas Quarterly, and a number of other magazines. Cantrall Margarete Cantrall (April 8, 1921-October 19, 2009) was born in Aurora, IL, and never lived so far from Chicago that she couldn't get there to see a play. He doesn't sit down to write a poem. Her work has been recently published in The Centrifugal Eye, SaucyVox, Flashquake, Poems Niederngasse and in the 2005 Poets of the Palm Beaches Anthology. Cathy Lou is a member of the American Daughters of Sweden, the Illinois State Poetry Society, the Rockford Writers' Guild, Free Speech (a speakers bureau) and is a lifetime member of Friends of the Downers Grove Public Library. Two poems have been used in books that appeared in 2007: Secure the Fort (Xlibris) by Lucy Cain, and A Glimpse of Heaven (Howard Books).
Patricia is 2007 Illinois Senior Poet Laureate. He makes a living in maintenance and remodeling and repair, which has kept him in close contact with a diverse group of people and environments. She began her higher academic journey at QCC receiving.S. During her tenure in the corporate arena, business-related writing was the daily norm. Poos Home, and the Joseph Schlosser Home Heritage House Museum Salem Washington Southern Historic house Mid-19th-century house, open by appointment Heritage Museum Olney Richland Southern Historic house Late 19th-century Victorian house, open by appointment with the Richland Heritage Museum Foundation Highland Park Historical Society Museum. Shirley Anne Leonard Shirley Anne Leonard, a native of upstate New York, has been a resident of Illinois since 1979, and studied at Carl Sandburg College. Susan finds inspiration in the natural world that she believes is a gift meant to be discovered, remembered and revered. The only poem she has had published was the winner of the haiku challenge in the Project Linus Chicago/Northern Illinois Chapter contest two years ago.
He considered his poems musings more than anything else and published them on his blog, Musings from the Rocking Chair. While attracted to the metaphysical traditions of the world, she delved into science. She wrote her first poem at age five and has been writing poetry ever since then. Built in the German-Renaissance style, the building is elaborately embellished both inside and. She has been featured at several poetry readings and presented multiple poetry workshops around Chicago. He has five or six poems in print. She is one of the founding members of Grace River Poets, an outreach for schools, churches and women's shelters. How big could a place be and still be a place? Fortunately, he was with a company that fostered learning, growth and change, so he managed to survive. A love of letters was instilled in him by his mother at an early age.