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Gail OareGail Oare

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


 

David Oates

Born 1956, New York City, New York, USA
Currently Athens, Georgia, USA

David Oates is the host and producer of Wordland radio show on WUGA and https://www.wuga.org. His books are Night of the Potato (fiction and poetry), Shifting with My Sandwich Hand, Drunken Robins, and The Deer's Bandanna (the last three, haiku). He teaches haikai forms, especially haiku and senryu.


 

Polona Oblak

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.


 

Ôi TsuneyukiÔi Tsuneyuki (大井恒行)

Born 1948 in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan

Attended Ritsumeikan University night school, in Kyoto. Although he wasn't a member of any sectarian group, he was committed to the Ampo protests of the 1970s. In his Junior year, he dropped out of school and went to Tokyo to become a writer. Today he is a member of the Modern Haiku Association and the Japan Writers’ Association. He is a judge of the Modern Haiku Association Awards for New Poets. He is also President of the National Bookstore Workers, and the Workers Union Connection Council.

Translations into English by Richard Gilbert & Ito Yuki (Gendaihaiku, 2014)