Amoolya Kamalnath - a lot to learn from redwood trees: commentaries on Robin Smith's "at/ the/ base/ of/ a/ redwood/ lessons/ on/ perspective "
Rupa Anand — a deep dissatisfaction and disconnect with nature: commentaries on "wasteland/the contentment/of the herd" by Eva Limbach
Amanda White — mourning the child now grown: commentaries on "bookmark/where my son/grew too old" by Chad Lee Robinson.
Sébastien Revon — the essence of beginnings: commentaries on "Today/our story starts/with cherry blossoms." by Chloe Chan
Poet and paper artist, Terry Ann Carter is the author of six collections of long form poetry, two haiku guidebooks, and five haiku chapbooks.
Harrison Lightwater: flowers come out?.. commentaries on "chrysanthemums trying on my wife's kimono" by Jacob Blumner
Sushama Kapur: classic horror - commentaries on "the scream it owns just before it" by John Hawkhead
Nika’s haiku were written in direct response to those of Issa or as a response to similar life experiences.
Amoolya Kamalnath - something large, something small: commentaries on "uploading to the cloud dandelions" by Marilyn Ashbaugh
Readers of Mr. Bebek’s subtle haiku will encounter an awesome sensibility: most notable in the poet’s appreciation of nuance, and in his close identification with nature .
Sébastien Revon - accepting, embracing, our light and darkness: commentaries on "i am i am not the darkness between subway stations" by Frank Dietrich
Marcie Wessels — stronger through our connections with others: commentary on Ella Aboutboul's "butterfly knot / each of us / a wing"