Pris Campbell

Lucia CardilloLucia Cardillo

Born in Rodi Garganico (FG), Italy
Living in Rodi Garganico (FG), Italy

She works as assistant at the Umberto Giordano Conservatory of Music and writes haiku and senryu since 2016. Her poems have been published on many blogs and online and printed magazines in the world.
She published her first haiku collection (in Italian and English) in May 2019 “All’ombra del gelso” ed. La Ruota – Italy.


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.


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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.


Paul Chambers

Born 1986 in Newport, Wales
Living in Newport, Wales
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Salil ChaturvediSalil Chaturvedi

Born 1968, India
Currently residing in Goa, India

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.


Hemapriya ChellappanHemapriya Chellappan

Born 1991 in India

Hemapriya Chellappan is a haikai poet, illustrator and haiga artist who resides in Pune, India. She took to Japanese literary short forms in the summer of 2019. Ever since her works have been published in various international print journals and e-magazines. Her work has also appeared in Living Senryu Anthology and podcasts. When she isn’t daydreaming she writes jokes, sketches landscapes, hums old songs and makes excellent tea.


Sonam Chhoki

Dennis Chibi

Marta ChocilowskaMarta Chocilowska

Born: 1950 in Warsaw, Poland
Living in: Warsaw, Poland
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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
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Marion Clarke

Born 1965 in Northern Ireland
Living in Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland (UK)
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Tom Clausen

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

Kirsten Cliff Elliot

Born 1977 in Auckland, New Zealand
Living in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand


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.


Stephen ColganStephen Colgan

Born 1954 USA
Living in Oakland California

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


Virginie Colline

Carlos Colón

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

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.


Susan Constable

Born 1943 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Living in Nanoose Bay, British Columbia, Canada

Pamela Cooper

Gillena Cox

Born 1950 in St. Georges Grenada
Living in St. James, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago

Kat Creighton

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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Elizabeth CrocketElizabeth Crocket

Country of birth: Canada
Currently resides: Ontario, Canada

Elizabeth is an award-winning Canadian poet, who has had two books shortlisted for the American Haiku Foundation Touchstone Distinguished Books Award. She won the 2nd annual Jane Reichhold Photographic Haiga Contest and won 2nd prize in the H. Gene Murtha Senryu Contest. Elizabeth has been featured in the Haiku Foundation Haiga Galleries twice, showcasing her collage haiga and photo-haiga. She was co-judge of the Nicholas A. Virgilio Memorial Contest in 2020, and had a photo-haiga commissioned by the City of Burlington for an outdoor art and writing display. She has been widely published in most of the leading haiku journals, including Modern Haiku, Frogpond and Mayfly.


Maire Morrisey CumminsMáire Morrissey Cummins

Born 1958 at Waterford, Ireland

Máire is Irish. She was born by the sea and continues to live by the sea in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, the “Garden” of Ireland. She started writing haiku in 2010. She joined the Irish Haiku Society and Haiku Ireland. She contributed to Shamrock magazine and to the Irish Haiku Society competitions and was published on a regular basis. She was part of the Irish Haiku publication, Bamboo Dreams. She was published by Presence, The British Haiku Society, by AHA or Lynx Journals with Jane Reichold, Daily Haiku, Wednesday Haiku, Acorn, Frogpond and A Hundred Gourds. Currently she contributes to Wales Haiku Journal and to a number of foreign print and online journals. She loves nature, her garden, she paints and writes daily in her retirement.

Willy CuvelierWilly Cuvelier

Born 1941 in Belgium

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I’m a member of the West Flemish haiku circle De Fluweelboom (the sumac). I’m writing haiku in Dutch, French and English.