who is markk and what does he want?



mark s kuhar (markk) is a cleveland, ohio-based writer, poet & editor. . .

his . . .

prose and poetry have appeared in the following magazines, journals and ezines: whiskey island, northern ohio live, centerlight, the american srbobran, ohio on-line, big bridge, sidereality, the city, tin lustre mobile, american motor thought, litvert, muse apprentice guild, eratio, mannequin envy quarterly, studio 8, admit2, & cool cleveland. . .

also in the anthologies: "an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind: poets on 9/11" (regent press); "america zen" (bottom dog press); "action poetry" (litKicks press); the 2005 Hessler Anthology; "Cleveland in Prose and Poetry (League Press); "sometimes city undercovers" (bottle of smoke press/rose of sharon press); and "the long march of cleveland," "ornamental iron," "anthologese the next," "mac's turns a new trick," and "You Can't Hither Than That You Caint," (green panda press).

chapbook, "acrobats in catapult twist," is available through seven beers & a hedgehog press; chapbook "laughing in the ruins of chippewa lake park," is available on deep cleveland press; ebook of poetry, "fractured rapture," was published on poeticinhalation.com; poems have also been published as part of the 24th Street Irregular Press "poems-for-all" mini-poetry-book series, and the Bottom Dog Press Populist Poems series.

he . . .

was an honorable mention winner in the Akron Art Museum's 2003 New Words Poetry Contest; and a 2006 PWLGC "Writers & Their Friends" show honoree.

has read his work on national public radio's local affiliate, WCPN 90.3 FM, & is the host of the deep cleveland poetry hour, a live monthly spoken-word event at borders bookstore, strongsville, ohio.

has published nonfiction in a wide variety of local & national business, consumer & on-line publications.

is a graduate of ohio university (BA 1980), athens, ohio, with a degree in english/creative writing.

is also the editor of ohio writer magazine.

is also a board member of the Medina County Arts Council.

read the interview piece: "fear and trembling in deep cleveland" which appeared in 3am magazine.

read the "tin lustre inner-view" which appeared in tin lustre mobile magazine.


okay, so, what does he want?

to save the world one poem at a time

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