Winnows contains haiku and senryu “plundered” from Herman Melville's Moby Dick.
Jack Galmitz was born in New York City in 1951. His poems, haiku and free verse, have appeared in publications worldwide.
Roderick writes: “For me the haiku and its relationship to my nature photographs is the best way to express the beauty of life..."
She has published nine collections of poetry and received two Touchstone Distinguished Book Awards.
Adjei Agyei-Baah is the the co-founder of the Africa Haiku Network and The Mamba.
Rick Clark is a poet, editor, and educator who has also dabbled in classical violin, birds, filmmaking, photography, Zen, and yoga.
Dejan Pavlinović (born January 30, 1968) is a Croatian haiku poet and a graduate in English and German languages and literature.
Annie is featured in a Haiku Foundation Poet Profile and lives in London, England.
This book features some poets who are the first in their country to make their cultures aware of haiku.
This is a collection of renku by British poets Colin Blundell and Dick Pettit.
Many of Manu’s poems are observations about the lives of wastepickers.
Amanda Bell is an Irish poet, author, editor, and mentor.
James Luguri left home at the age of thirteen to enter a Carmelite community.
Johannes Bjerg is from Denmark and writes, in both Danish and English.
Ann is from California and has had a successful career as a photographer, poet and children’s author.
Ann Newell offers us her sparse, deliberate haiku and powerful sumi-e drawings.
The 17th-century Japanese haiku master Basho was born Matsuo Kinsaku near Kyoto, Japan.
Gilles Fabre started writing haiku in the mid 1990’s when he took a sabbatical break for a year to travel around the world.
H.F. Noyes was a poet, editor, and psychotherapist.
“Bob Boldman has struck me as one of the most interesting and real haiku authors we have studied."