George shares his first attempts at writing haiku, how English-language haiku has evolved over the years and other topics.
Dan Campbell—an invisible force: commentaries on "about the wind / three windmills agree" by Marie-Thérèse Taylor
His haiku have appeared on T-shirts, gift cards, and address labels "penny poems", etched on cobalt drinking cups, on large color photographs, and on city buses.
Harrison Lightwater — intriguing, engaging and elusive: comments on "how we ended/flower thrower" by CX Turner
Mildred Claire Pratt (18 March 1921 – 5 April 1995) was a Canadian artist, poet and editor.
Beata Czeszejko — everything is possible, even rebellion: commentaries on "helping/to cook the dinner/Bob Dylan" by Helene Guojah.
Sushama Kapur — hiding from 'It': commentaries on "stillness/ not even a peep/from the peepers" by Robin White
Ruth Happel — a haunting poem: commentaries on "they have/ a list of demands/redwoods" by Cherie Hunter Day.
Scott Metz — more than an easy reading... Commentaries on his poem "the sound of the earth..." (which doesn't format well in a single line of UTF).
Beata Czeszejko — freedom is the big theme: commentaries on "old age home/the sudden urge/to climb a tree" by John Pappas
David trained as a psychiatrist at the Langley Porter Institute in San Francisco.
Amoolya Kamalnath — a powerful monoku: commentaries on "moon shot the american way" by Helen Buckingham
His work has been included in international journals and anthologies.