• Ashbaugh, Marilyn

    Marilyn Ashbaugh

    Born 1954, South Bend, Indiana, USA
    Current residences: Edwardsburg, Michigan, USA; Gulfstream, Florida, USA
    Marilyn Ashbaugh is a poet, organic master gardener, and nature photographer. She makes her summer home in a small village near the shores of Lake Michigan, USA.
    For biographical information on Marilyn Ashbaugh, see the Haikupedia article: https://haikupedia.org/article-haikupedia/marilyn-ashbaugh/


  • Brooks, Randy

    Randy Brooks, portrait by Jessica SebokRandy Brooks

    Born 1954 in Hutchinson, Kansas, USA
    Living in Taylorville, Illinois, USA
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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.

  • Colgan, Stephen

    Stephen ColganStephen Colgan

    Born 1954 USA
    Living in Oakland California

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


  • Epstein, Robert

    Robert Epstein

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

  • Gilbert, Richard

    Richard GilbertRichard Gilbert

    Born 1954 in Connecticut, USA
    Living in Kumamoto, Japan
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  • Kudryavitsky, Anatoly

    Anatoly Kudryavitsky

    Born 1954 in Moscow, Russia
    Living in Dublin, Ireland
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  • Woerdehoff, Valorie Broadhurst

    Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff

    Born 1954 in the USA
    Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff, originally from Northern California (USA), has for the last nearly 35 years called Dubuque, Iowa, home. Her poems, including haiku, senryu and rengay, have been widely published. She has judged haiku contests and earned awards for her writing and haiku on the local and national level.