Jacob Kobina Ayiah Mensah is a mixed-media artist and has practiced art all his life.
Jonathan Epstein - a perfect haiku: comments on "snow on reeds/the hush of a barn owl/across the fen" by Christopher Jupp
With these forty short poems Johnny Baranski and David Rosen arrange a bouquet of hope.
Patricia McGuire — an amusing observation: comments on "used-book store/its dusty true-crime section/covered with fingerprints" by John J. Dunphy
Jennifer Gurney — a lot to unpack: comments on "belfast campus blast/i sift through the remains/of my neutrality" by Marion Clarke
Helen Buckingham lives in Wells, England and her haiku have been featured in many journals..
Sébastien Revon — in which box do we put our memories? Comments on "moving boxes…/still leaning on the bare tree/our rotten ladder" by Eva Limbach
In the Living Haiku Anthology, Don writes: My career is one of Martial Arts -- Kung Fu.
Jonathan Epstein — nothing is ordinary: comments on "old coat/closer and closer/to my dad" by Sébastien Revon
A native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Barbara Buck has previously published three books of classical haiku.
Amanda White - bleakly beautiful: comments on "beyond the poems/beyond the battlefield/mother’s vacant gaze" — Arvinder Kaur
This chapbook is a collaboration between the poet Adjei Agyei-Baah and photographer Jerome Berglund.
Harrison Lightwater — a palette of pale golden dawn: commentary on "a haddock/poaching in warm milk/first light" by Al Peat.
Mark Gilbert — fourteen billion years in an instant: comments on "fourteen billion years/that's all it took/to make today" by H. A. Sappho
Jennifer Gurney — a watershed experience! Commentaries on "merely a lake/flowing into a lake/Niagara Falls" by Maxianne Berger.
Allan Burns has published haiku in Acorn, Frogpond, The Heron's Nest, Modern Haiku and other magazines.