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  • Murata, Susan

  • Nagpal, Archana Kapoor

    Archana Kapoor Nagpal

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  • 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).


  • Novak, Veronika Zora

    Veronika Zora Novak

     

  • Oare, Gail

    Gail OareGail Oare

    Born 1952 in USA
    Gail Oare is a retired science publishing executive. She writes fiction, nonfiction and poetry, and consults.


     

  • Oblak, Polona

    Polona Oblak

  • Odeh, Rita

    Rita OdehRita Odeh

    Born 1960 in Nazareth, Israel
    Resides in Nazareth, Israel
    Website/Blog: http://rita-odeh.blogspot.com/

    I have B.A. in English and Comparative Literature from Haifa University. I am a high school teacher for English and Creative Writing in my town. I write poetry, short stories, novels and literary articles. I am fond of writing short poems, haiku, tanka and creating haiga. Many of my poems and short stories, as well as some literary articles and book reviews and translated texts, have been published in a number of journals and newspapers in my country as well as online journals. I was chosen to be a contributor for Daily Haiku in the 5th cycle: April 2008 to September 2008. My haiku have been published in Daily Haiku, Simply Haiku, tinywords and other journals.


     

  • Padhy, Pravat Kumar

    Pravay Kumar PadhyPravat Kumar Padhy

    Pravat Kumar Padhy has obtained his Masters of Science and Technology and a Ph.D from Indian Institute of Technology, ISM Dhanbad. His poetry has been featured in many journals and anthologies. His poems received many awards, honours, and commendations including the Editors’ Choice Award at Writers Guild of India, Sketchbook, Asian American Poetry, Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Haiku Invitational, UNESCO International Year Award of Water Co-operation, The Kloštar Ivanić International Haiku Award, IAFOR Vladimir Devide Haiku Award, and others. His haibun are featured in many international journals including Haibun Today, Contemporary Haibun Online, Drifting Sands Haibun, and others. His work is showcased in the exhibition “Haiku Wall”, Historic Liberty Theatre Gallery in Bend, Oregon, USA. His tanka, ‘I mingle’ is published in the “Kudo Resource Guide”, University of California, Berkeley. His poem, “How Beautiful” is included in the Undergraduate English Curriculum at the university level.

    Recently he has experimented with an innovative genre of poetry “Hainka’, a poetic fusion of haiku and tanka, with the image linking of the ‘fragment of the haiku as the ‘pivot line’ of the following tanka. https://www.thehaikufoundation.org/omeka/items/show/6076


     

  • Painting, Tom

    Tom Painting

    Born 1951 in Rochester, New York, USA
    Living in Atlanta, Georgia, USA

  • Parashar, Vandana

    Vandana ParasharVandana Parashar

    Vandana Parashar is a post-graduate in Microbiology and teacher by profession. A person of less  words,her affinity for all things "micro" perhaps attracted her to haiku. Her work has been published in many journals like Cattails, A Hundred Gourds ,Creatrix, Naad Anunaad, Ginyu Haiku Anthology, Prune Juice. Her haiku has been featured in Wordweavers contest 2016 and got second place in Wordweavers contest 2017. Her haiku got honorable mention  in Italian Haiku Association Matsuo Basho  Contest 2015. She lives in Chandigarh,India with her husband and two daughters.


     

  • Pathak, Aparna

    Aparna Pathak

    Born: 1970, India
    Resides: Gurugram, India
    Aparna Pathak is freelance writer from India. Her work appears in Poetry Life and Times , Reflections , Negative Suck , Poetry 24, Rolling Thunder Press , Blue Cygnus, Earthen Lamp Journal , Lost Tower Publication, Inner Child Press (US), Silver Birch Press , Shot Glass Journal , The Heron’s Nest, Akisame (Newsletter of European Haiku Society, Hedgerow, Prune Juice, Creatrix poets, Presence, Chrysanthemum, Whispers, The Mamba, World Haiku Review, Wild Plum, Failed Haiku, The Asahi Shimbun, The Mainichi, Stardust, Akitsu Quarterly, Frameless Sky, Bones, Cattails, brass bell: a haiku journal

    Books Published: Silent Flute (2012).


     

  • Pavlinović, Dejan

    Dejan Pavlinović

    Born 1968 in Pula, Croatia
    Living in Pula, Croatia

     


     
  • Petkova, Diana

    Diana Petkova

    Born 1961 in Dolna banya, Bulgaria
    Living in Dolna banya, Bulgaria
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  • Pray, Sandi

    Sandi Pray

    Born 1949 in Maryland, USA
    Living in North Carolina & Florida, USA
    http://ravencliffs.blogspot.com

  • Ramesh, Kala

    Kala Ramesh

    Born in Chennai, India
    Living in Pune, India
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  • Rehling, Michael

    Michael Rehling

    Born 1946 in Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Living in Presque Isle, Michigan, USA

  • Reichhold, Jane

    Jane ReichholdJane Reichhold

    Born 1937 in Lima, Ohio, U.S.A.
    Died in 2016

    I’ve been writing haiku since the 1960s and have published over 40 books of haiku, renga, and tanka. I have translated 7 books from the Japanese with the best seller being Basho The Complete Haiku. Writing and Enjoying Haiku, also published by Kodansha, along with A Dictionary of Haiku, by AHA Books, are still often on Amazon’s best-seller list. The latest tanka book, was translated with Machiko Kobayashi from Akiko Yosano’s most famous book, Midaregami – Tangled HairAHApoetry.com was started in 1995 and  AHAforum is the place poets meet online since 2006.

  • Rowe, Cynthia

    Cynthia Rowe

    Born in Melbourne, Australia
    Living in Sydney, Australia
    http://www.cynthiarowe.com.au
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  • Salzer, Jacob

    Jacob SalzerJacob Salzer

    Born in Renton, WA USA
    Living Vancouver, WA, USA
    Jacob Salzer is a haiku poet who served as the managing editor for an international Haiku Nook Anthology: Yanty’s Butterfly (2016), and is currently the managing editor for a haiku anthology dedicated to people who don’t have access to clean water. His poetry blog can be found at: http://jacobsalzerpoetry.blogspot.com