A quarterly international literary journal

Francis Flavin

Francis Flavin is a poet, writer and author who draws upon his experience as an educator, ombudsman, fish and game field worker, public interest lawyer, investigator, and observer on four continents. He was the first Alaska State Ombudsman, founding member of the International Ombudsman Steering Committee, and former Director of the Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct. His work has been published in Poetry QuarterlyPoets ChoiceInwood IndianaBluelinePacific Review, Blue Collar Review, La Piccioletta BarcaThree Line PoetryThe Closed Eye OpenWestWard QuarterlyTempered Runes, and Vallum, among others. He has received recognition for humor creative nonfiction, novel excerpt, and flash fiction (2018) in the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition, the social impact category of the 2019 Chicagoland Poetry Contest, the Partisan Press Working People’s Poetry Competition and the personal essay and rhymed poetry categories of the 2020 Writer’s Digest awards.

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The Plentitudes is a quarterly international literary journal founded in New York City.

Each issue showcases a selection of captivating stories, essays, and poetry from diverse voices.