Shilpa Bharti brings a calligraphic approach to her haiga
Robert Spiess (16 October 1921 – 13 March 2002) was editor of American Haiku and Modern Haiku.
Keith Evetts is engaged by contrast.
Cranes Arise is a collection of haiku scenes presented with place names.
Peggy Bilbro looks beyond the surface.
Dimitar Anakiev began to write and publish poetry at the age of 13,
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Santōka
She was the editor of Blithe Spirit, the journal of the British Haiku Society from 1998–2000.
Corine Timmer’s haiga range is inexhaustible
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Mark Miller
John's pen-names include Ordinary Fool and Worst of Sinners.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Ryōkan Taigu
In this 1999 anthology, the editors present haiku by 20 authors.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of John Hinks
Joann grew up in Sasebo, Japan and currently lives in Florida with her husband and two sons.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Natsume Soseki.
Elizabeth Crocket finds a unique approach to haiga
The beautiful artwork and haiku poems are dedicated to the writer Lafcadio Hearn.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Nozawa Bonchō
Much of Vincent Tripi's poetry reflects a Buddhist foundation.