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  • Liu, Chen-ou

  • Lohman, Eric A.

    Eric A. LohmanEric A. Lohman

    Eric A. Lohman lives in Powder Springs, GA. He is a psychiatric social worker, composer, avid cyclist and poet. He works in the emergency department of a large urban medical center, evaluating and assisting the homeless, the chemically dependent and the chronically mentally ill. Much of his poetry reflects his response to and efforts to cope with that reality. He also composes music for orchestra as well as smaller ensembles and solo performance, toward similar ends. He has been active in performing and written arts for 35 years and holds a bachelor’s degree in musical theory and composition from Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL.


     

  • Lundy, Deborah Barbour

  • Lyakhovetsky, Roman

    Roamn LyakhovetskyRoman Lyakhovetsky

     Originally from Russia, Roman Lyakhovetsky now lives in Israel. His haiku and tanka appeared in various journals including Modern Haiku, Frogpond, Scifaikuest, and A Hundred Gourds, among others.


  • Lyubenova, Maya

    Maya LyubenovaMaya Lyubenova

    Born 1956 in Bulgaria
    Living in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
    A title-holder of the World Haiga Association Master Haiga Artist.

  • Makino, Annette

  • Maniyil, Jayashree

    JayashreeJayashree Maniyil

    Born 1971 in Bombay, India
    Living in Melbourne, Australia

  • Maris, Anna

    Anna Maris

    Born 1970 in Malmö, Sweden
    Living in Övraby, Sweden

  • Marisova, Svetlana

    Svetlana Marisova

    Born 1990 near Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
    Lived in New Zealand from 2004
    March 17, 1990 - September 7, 2011
     

  • McDonald, John

    John McDonald

    Living in Edinburgh, Scotland
    http://zenspeug.blogspot.com

  • McManes, R.D.

    RDMcManesR.D. McManes

    born 1953 - USA - currently resides in Topeka, Kansas.
    R.D. McManes is the author of seven poetry books. He has had over 500 poems featured in numerous worldwide publications. Mr. McManes enjoys reading and writing haiku, senryu and free verse poems.


     

  • McManus, John

  • Miduri, Maria Chiara

    Maria Chiara Miduri

    Born 1981, Italy
    Currently living in Turin

    Maria Chiara Miduri is a cognitive and linguistic anthropologist (PhD), teacher and researcher. She writes haiku in English since 2016. She practice haiku as poetry as well as a philosophy of life in the light of Zen tradition.


     

  • Minor, Lori A

    Lori A Minor

    Born 1992 in West Virginia, USA
    Current location: Norfolk, Virginia, USA

    Lori A Minor is a feminist, mental health advocate, and body positive activist currently living in Norfolk, Virginia. She has received various awards and nominations, including shortlist for the 2017 Touchstone Award. Lori is the editor of #FemkuMag and Bleached Butterfly, as well as the author of two poetry chapbooks.
    Website: https://loriaminor.wixsite.com/poet


     

  • Moffett, Matthew

    Matthew MoffettMatthew Moffett

    Born in 1987 in Wyandotte, Michigan, USA
    Living in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, USA

    Matthew Moffett currently teaches Introduction to Academic Writing and Freshman Composition at Mid Michigan Community College, but hopes to someday teach a course devoted solely to haiku and related forms. He hopes you enjoy his poems!


  • Momoi, Beverly Acuff

    Beverly Acuff Momoi

    Living in Mountain View, California, U.S.A.

  • Murata, Susan

  • Nagpal, Archana Kapoor

    Archana Kapoor Nagpal

    Contact the poet

  • Nancy Nitrio

    Nancy Nitrio


     

  • Nika

    NikaNika

    Born 1946, Spokane, Washington, USA
    Current Residence: Victoria, BC, Canada
    Nika is the pen name of retired educator Jim Force. He currently writes with The Heron’s Quill in Victoria where he is a member of Haiku Arbutus. His haiku have been widely published in magazines and anthologies. He has published two chapbooks: frogs singing (1993) and snail my friend (2015).