Collaborative haiga features the creative input of more than one perspective, leading to quite different sensibilities in concert
Harrison Lightwater - many "buts"
The 17th-century Japanese haiku master Basho was born Matsuo Kinsaku near Kyoto, Japan.
Celebrating its second anniversary, Facebook group THE DAILY HAIKU has built a highly collaborative and supportive community of more than 13,000 participants worldwide.
John Lanyon - the presentation of Nature
Gilles Fabre started writing haiku in the mid 1990’s when he took a sabbatical break for a year to travel around the world.
Tim Cremin — a father's role...
H.F. Noyes was a poet, editor, and psychotherapist.
Marion Clarke - a song of hope
Corine Timmer’s haiga range is inexhaustible
Amanda White — a place untarnished and a vanquished place
“Bob Boldman has struck me as one of the most interesting and real haiku authors we have studied."
Ann Smith - looking at the moon
Jimi Bernath is a poet and essayist in Colorado and has been part of the Denver poetry scene since the early '70s,
Joshua Gage — maddened and intrigued…
Brian Robertson has been writing haiku throughout the years and contemplating and learning at Buddhist monasteries.
Melanie Alberts - a time to say goodbye
Mona Bedi ’s haiga feature a variety of media . . .
Cristina Monica Moldoveanu —creating a void the reader fills
Nina Wicker founded the literary journal Manna which she edited and produced from 1980 to 1993.