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  • Tricia Knoll

    Born in Chicago Illinois, USA
    Living in Portland, Oregon, USA
    http://triciaknoll.com
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  • Philomene Kocher

    Born in Wiarton Ontario, Canada
    Living in Kingston, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.singinginthesilo.ca
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  • Marek Kozubek

  • S.M. Kozubek

    Born 1947 in Evanston Illinois, USA
    Living in Sarasota, Florida, USA

    After retiring from practicing law, S. M. Kozubek devotes more time to writing haiku and other poetry, plays, flash fiction and other works. He also leads writing workshops. His poems have appeared in ICON, Journal of Modern Poetry, Frogpond, Mayfly, is/let, A Hundred Gourds, Modern Haiku, bottle rockets, Skylark, Prune Juice, Red Moon Anthology, failed haiku, hedgerow, Sonic Boom and other publications.
    https://mkozubek1.wordpress.com


     

  • Jim KrotzmanJim Krotzman

    Born in USA 1949 
    Living in Wisconsin USA

    Jim Krotzman taught secondary reading and English for 36 years in Wisconsin and Colorado. He started writing haiku and senryu in the 1990s when he wrote along with his students as part of writer’s workshop. He uses irony, contrast, humor, puns and other wordplay in his haiku.


     

  • Michael Henry Lee

    Born 1951 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA
    Living in Saint Augustine, Florida, USA

  • 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.


     

  • 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.


  • Maya LyubenovaMaya Lyubenova

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

  • JayashreeJayashree Maniyil

    Born 1971 in Bombay, India
    Living in Melbourne, Australia

  • Anna Maris

    Born 1970 in Malmö, Sweden
    Living in Övraby, Sweden

  • Svetlana Marisova

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

  • John McDonald

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

  • 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.