• Carragon, Patricia

    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.


  • Castaldi, Erin

    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.


  • Chula, Margaret

    Margaret ChulaMargaret Chula

    Born 1947 in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA
    Living in Portland, Oregon USA
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  • Clausen, Tom

    Tom Clausen

    Born 1951 in Ithaca, New York, USA
    Living in Ithaca, New York, USA

  • Colgan, Stephen

    Stephen ColganStephen Colgan

    Born 1954 USA
    Living in Oakland California

    Stephen Colgan is a psychotherapist, writer, and photographer. He believes in kindness.


  • Colón, Carlos

    Carlos Colón

    Born 1953 in Shreveport Louisiana, USA
    Living in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA

  • Cone, Temple

    Temple ConeTemple Cone


    Temple Cone is Professor of English at the U.S. Naval Academy and served as the inaugural Poet Laureate for the city of Annapolis.
    He is the author of four books of poetry: Guzzle, That Singing, The Broken Meadow, and No Loneliness.


  • Cremin, Tim

    Tim CreminTim Cremin

    Born: 1957 (USA)
    Currently lives in Andover, Massachusetts

    Tim Cremin is the author of the poetry chapbook The Way You Run in Dreams, published by Finishing Line Press. His work has appeared in several literary journals, including Frogpond, Mayfly, Modern Haiku, Soundings East, and Westview.
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  • Day, Cherie Hunter

    Cherie Hunter DayCherie Hunter Day

    Born in Morristown, NJ, USA
    Living in Cupertino, CA, USA

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  • Decker, Warren

    Warren DeckerWarren Decker

    Born in the United States in 1977
    Living in Japan


    Warren Decker is a writer and teacher based in Osaka. In addition to writing haiku and senryu he performs rhythmical poems as Enjambmental.


  • Digregorio, Charlotte

    Charlotte DigregorioCharlotte Digregorio

    Charlotte Digregorio authored seven books that are book club selections and adoptions as supplemental university texts. She was honored by Illinois’ Governor for her lifelong literary achievements. Her book, “Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing,” encourages writing as a healing exercise with essays/prose passages. It provides resources for publishing/promoting one’s poetry. Her classic is Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All. Her haiku collection is Shadows of Seasons. Writing 14 poetic forms, she’s won 56 awards, and was nominated for a Pushcart. She translates poetry from Romance Languages into English. Libraries, hospitals, corporate centers, galleries, and park districts feature her haiga show. She organizes national writers’ conferences; speaks at writers’ organizations/ libraries/chain bookstores; is a university writer-in-residence; teaches haiku in public schools; and judges national writers’ contests. Digregorio hosted a poetry program on public broadcasting, was a Haiku Society of America executive officer, and writes a poetry column for “Winnetka Living” magazine. She blogs about general writing, posting The Daily Haiku from global poets (

    Hear the poet read a selection of her haiku.



  • Doppler, Janice

    Janice DopplerJanice Doppler

    Born 1948 in USA
    Living in Massachusetts, USA

    Janice is a retired public school teacher and administrator. She writes haiku and haibun. She enjoys tai chi, bird watching, and bird carving.


  • Edge, Lynn

    Lynn Edge

    Born 1943 in Texas, USA
    Lives in Tivoli, Texas, USA

  • Eklund-Cheong, Anna

    Anna Eklund-Cheong

    b. 1959, USA
    currently residing in Croissy-sur-Seine, France
    Living an expatriate life in France has been rewarding; but now that the nest is empty, I have more time to devote to a creative activity I loved long ago—composing haiku. I embrace the challenges of writing modern, English-Language Haiku (ELH). I also travel, blog, lead tours, and volunteer.


  • Epstein, Robert

    Robert Epstein

    Born 1954 in New York City, New York, USA
    Living in El Cerrito, California, USA

  • Eyre, David Kāwika

    David K. EyreDavid Kāwika Eyre

    Born in 1946 in the USA and currently lives in Volcano, Hawai‘i.

    He has has taught Hawaiian language at Kamehameha Schools for 30 years. His books have won numerous Ka Palapala Po‘okela honors, including the Award of Excellence for By Wind, By Wave, as best natural science book of 2000. Kamehameha–The Rise of a King received the Palapala Po‘okela Award in Hawaiian culture, a Moonbeam Children’s Book Award, a Read Aloud America award, and a Nënë Award. Eyre’s haiku collection, not a one, was published by Red Moon Press in 2018.


  • Flanagan, Michael

    Michael Flanagan

    Born 1947 in the USA
    Currently live in Minnesota, USA
    I live in Minnesota with Lady, my lovable mutt.  I fly fish and write short poems to fill out my life.


  • Forges-Ryan, Sylvia

    Sylvia Forges-Ryan

    Born 1937 in New York City, New York, USA
    Living in North Haven, Connecticut, USA

  • French, Terri L.

    Terri L. FrenchTerri L. French

    Born 1959 in US. 
    Currently resides in Huntsville, AL.
    Freelance writer and poet, former Southeast Coordinator of the Haiku Society of America, prior editor of Prune Juice Journal of senryu, kyoka and haibun, present assistant editor Living Senryu Anthology, and is presently secretary of The Haiku Foundation.

  • Gagnon, Chase

    Chase Gagnon

    Born 1995 in Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Living in Madison Heights, Michigan, USA