Peter C. Forster — insert your own shiver: commentaries on "dawn walk / my daily shiver / at the dip in the road" by Cynthia Anderson
Jonathan Epstein—our intimate kinship with all beings: comments on "broken Wedgwood / the bowerbird collects / another piece" by Gavin Austin
Adjei is the inventor and champion of Afriku – an avant-garde haiku type that focuses on the unique images and settings of Africa.
Maurice Nevile: enlisting the reader. Commentaries on "traffic jam / my small son asks / who made God" by Peggy Willis Lyles
Klaus-Dieter Wirth has been writing haiku for more than 40 years.
Ann Smith and AI friend — nature and technology converge: commentaries on "rain drops / playing chopin / the AI" by Helga Stania
Ashoka Weerakkody — an inspiring headline: commentaries on the reversed vertical poem: "roof of the world no room to brea th e" by Roland Packer.
“In the case of haiku, Jack often has a pen and paper at the ready in his pockets. He is a dedicated gardener, banjo player and Vispassana meditator.”
Sheila Barksdale — if it works... commentaries on "singing bowl/the room swept clean/of sorrow" by Sally Biggar
In a review of Pilgrimage, Jim Kacian writes – “These brief, evocative poems of pilgrimage by Michael Dudley both subtly and explicitly explore the natural world...
Jonathan Epstein — the singular harmony of a shared meal. Commentaries on "pumpkin soup/the family's oneness/in slurps" by Aparna Pathak
Lakshmi Iyer—caught in a world of desires: commentaries on "eternal life/even the cuckoo wants it/summer night" by Deborah A. Bennett
Harriet Thistlethwaite — a bid for freedom: commentaries on "plein air painting--/I fill my brush/with the sky" by Carole MacRury
Denis M. Garrison was born in Iowa. He spent most of his childhood in Japan and his youth in Europe, North Africa, and the western Pacific.
Chloe Chan — look closer and find something special: commentaries on "on the tip/of the bird's beak/a drop of rainbow" by Earl Livings
Born: in Novi Pazar, Bulgaria | Resides: Sofia, Bulgaria. Lecturer of Computer Engineering, writer of poetry, haiku and essays, Ph.D. dissertation titled “The Power of the Unsaid in the Poetic."
Dan Campbell — missing the magnificent magnolia: commentaries on: "the magnolia / wasn't ours, but its absence / is" by Patricia J. Machmuller.
Barnabas Adeleke’s haiku overcome Nigeria’s two-season limitation of either dry wind or rain.
Sébastien Revon — emotion vs intellect: commentaries on "bonsai / the way we shape / one another" by Alvin Cruz
Jonathan Epstein—shedding supernal light: commentaries on "the plum tree / by the job centre / is flowering" by Sarah Davies