• Beary, Roberta

    Roberta Beary

    Born in New York City, New York, USA
    Living in County Mayo, Ireland
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  • Cummins, Máire Morrissey

    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 Shamrockmagazine 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.

  • Hoffman, Nick

    Nick Hoffman

    Born 1970 in Oakland County, Michigan, USA
    Living in Cork, Ireland

    Nick Hoffman grew up in Michigan, but moved to Dublin, Ireland, in 1995. He now lives in Cork, Ireland's second city. His work has appeared in several journals including Acorn, Modern Haiku, Frogpond, The Heron’s Nest, Shamrock, Prune Juice, Failed Haiku, Scifaikuest and Star*Line.


  • Kelly, David J.

    David J. KellyDavid J Kelly

    Born in 1963 in Middlesex, Greater London, UK.
    Currently resident in Dublin, Ireland.
    David J Kelly is a scientist by training (PhD in Zoology), but has been fascinated by the music of language for longer than he can remember. His main hobbies are birds and words. David’s first collection, Hammerscale from the Thrush’s Anvil(Alba Publishing), was published in November 2016.


  • Kudryavitsky, Anatoly

    Anatoly Kudryavitsky

    Born 1954 in Moscow, Russia
    Living in Dublin, Ireland
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  • Murphy, Tim

    Tim MurphyTim Murphy

    Born 1967 in Cork, Ireland
    Living in Madrid, Spain
    Bio: Tim Murphy has been writing haiku since 2017. His reviews of haiku collections appear regularly in the journal, Presence.