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  • Marshall BoodMarshall Bood


    Born: 1980 Indian Head, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Resides: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Bio: Marshall Bood’s haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun and tanka prose have appeared in many journals and anthologies since 2010. He has also published longer poems since 2002.


     

  • David Boyer

    Born 1974 in Pennsylvania, USA
    Living in Stamford, CT., USA
    I had written poetry (badly, lazily) for most of my life. It was in finding haiku, and the brilliant and supportive community of modern haiku poets, that my work started to come into focus.





  • Ralf Bröker

    Born 1968 in Ochtrup, NRW, Germany
    Living in Ochtrup, NRW, Germany
    http://www.broeker-online.de

  • Randy Brooks, portrait by Jessica SebokRandy Brooks


    Born 1954 in Hutchinson, Kansas, USA
    Living in Taylorville, Illinois, USA
    http://www.brooksbookshaiku.com
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    Dr. Randy M. Brooks is a Dean and Professor of English at Millikin University. He teaches courses on the global haiku traditions at Millikin with student work available on the MU Haiku web site: http://performance.millikin.edu/haiku. He and his wife, Shirley Brooks, are co-editors and publishers of Brooks Books, and co-editors of Mayfly magazine. He serves as web editor of Modern Haiku and Frogpond journals. A collection of his haiku, School’s Out, was published by Press Here.


  • Helen Buckingham

  • Sondra J. Byrnes

    Sondra J. Byrnes

    Living in Sante Fe, New Mexico, USA

    Her poetry has been published in Frogpond, A Hundred Gourds, Ribbons, Modern Haiku, The Heron’s Nest, Moongarlic, among others. Byrnes, together with Charles Trumbull, started the Santa Fe Haiku Study Group in February 2015.  She was elected Secretary of the Haiku Society of America in 2015 and serves on the Planning Committee for Haiku North America 2017 in Santa Fe.  Byrnes is a retired law and business professor from the University of Notre Dame; she lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Along with short form poetry, Byrnes is interested in ikebana and chanoyu.  

  • Pris Campbell

  • Patricia Carragon

    A native New Yorker, Patricia Carragon’s latest books are "The Cupcake Chronicles" (Poets Wear Prada, 2017) and "Innocence "(Finishing Line Press). She hosts the Brooklyn-based Brownstone Poets and is the editor-in-chief of its annual anthology. She is one of the executive editors for Home Planet News Online.


     

  • Erin Castaldi

    Born 1978
    New Jersey, United States

    Erin is a writer who became devoted to the pursuit of haiku theory and poetry during her travels around the U.S. She lives in southern New Jersey with her husband and two basset hounds. They operate a small business and are restoring a nineteenth century farm house.


     

  • Salil ChaturvediSalil Chaturvedi

    Born 1968, India
    Currently residing in Goa, India
    Website/blog: http://salilchaturvedi.blogspot.in

    Salil Chaturvedi took to haiku in 2007 and has turned into a haiku addict. It is a form that allows him to enter the stream which flows all around us, right here, right now. And the stream is addictive. He also writes short fiction and poetry that has appeared in various magazines and anthologies.


     

  • Sonam Chhoki

  • Marta ChocilowskaMarta Chocilowska

    Born: 1950 in Warsaw, Poland
    Living in: Warsaw, Poland
    Contact the poet
    Website: http://www.majorkowo.blogspot.com/

    Marta Chocilowska is a retired economist, fan of cats, music, poetry and cycling. In 2013 she joined the Warsaw Haiku School - KUZU. Marta is also a founding member and a Treasurer of the Polish Haiku Association, established in February, 2016.

  • Margaret ChulaMargaret Chula

    Born 1947 in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA
    Living in Portland, Oregon USA
    Contact the poet at: http://www.margaretchula.com

  • Robbie Coburn

    Born 1994 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
    Living in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
    Robbie Coburn is an Australian poet. He grew up on his family's farm in the semi-rural locality of Woodstock, Victoria, which is a large focus of his haiku. His work has appeared in publications such as Poetry, Presence, Windfall and Blithe Spirit and he is a member of The Haiku Society of America. His haiku has also been featured on the Australian Haiku Society website with commentary by Simon Hanson.
    http://www.robbiecoburn.com.au


     

  • Pamela Cooper

  • Elizabeth CrocketElizabeth Crocket

    Country of birth: Canada
    Currently resides: Ontario, Canada

    Elizabeth has had two chapbooks, Not Like Fred and Ginger, and Extra Candles, published with Red Moon Press. Not Like Fred and Ginger was shortlisted for the Haiku Foundation Distinguished Book Award in 2014. She has been published in Modern Haiku, Frogpond, The Mainichi,Shamrock Haiku Journal and more.
    website:http://www.Elizabethcrocket.com


     

  • Neelam Dadhwal

  • Lydia Royen Damhave

    Born 1979 in Frankfurt/M, Germany.
    Living in Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Since 2012 haiku and other forms of poetry in literary magazines.


     

  • Damir DamirDamir Damir

    Born: 1977 in Kotor, Yugoslavia
    Resides: Belgrade, Serbia

    Damir Janjalija (aka Damir Damir) was born on November 6, 1977 in today’s non-existent Yugoslavia. A sailor by profession, a poet by vocation, and a dharma bum by choice. His poems have been published in many significant contemporary haiku journals and anthologies, both in the country and abroad. He is the winner of several international haiku awards.
    Books Published: Imprints of Dreams (Udruženje građana Trablmejker, 2012), Freedom in the Mist (Odličan Hrčak, 2013), Filigree Memories (Književna radionica Rašić, 2017).
    Contact the poet.
    Website: https://www.facebook.com/damirhaiku/