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David Serjeant

David Serjeant

Born: 1971 in Manchester, United Kingdom
Resides: Chesterfield, United Kingdom
E-mail: daveserjeant (at) hotmail (dot) com

Dave is editor of Blithe Spirit, journal of the British Haiku Society. He was an associate editor of Tinywords (2010-2014) and he has guest edited a chapter of With Cherries on Top (NaHaiWriMo anthology 2012) as well as a one-off haiku edition of the "Derbyshire Libraries Poem a Month" newsletter/blog. He also writes about multiple sclerosis on his magical brain blog:

Awards and Other Honors: Work selected for Moving into Breath (ed. Ai Li, 2002); Take 5 Best Contemporary Tanka 2010 (ed. M Kei et al, 2011); Best of Simply Haiku (online, 2007); Fifty Seven Damn Good Haiku by a Bunch of our Friends (ed. A.Summers & M.D.Welch); The Haiku Calendar 2012 (ed. J.Barlow, Snapshot Press, 2011); fear of dancing: The Red Moon Anthology of English-language Haiku 2013 (Red Moon Press, 2014); and The Scent of Music [ed Marlene Buitelaar] ('t Schrijverke, 2013), amongst others.

Books Published: Limboland (e-chapbook, Alesbury Press, 2009); Smithereens (e-chapbook, Alesbury Press, 2013).

Selected Work
moments after
her final breath
a fine rain
steel city sunset
looming on the horizon
lanes heavy
with wild chervil
spring thunder
snow moon
the silence between
the vixen's cries
jazz radio
the tumbling circles
of the fancier's pigeons
an old car
an old man and
an old dog

Credits: "moments after"- Blithe Spirit 20:3; "lanes heavy" - Presence 39; Winner, Snapshot Haiku Calendar Competition 2011; The Haiku Calendar 2012 (Snapshot Press); "jazz radio" - Smithereens (Alesbury Press, 2013); "steel city sunset" - Presence 43; "snow moon" - Presence 44; Fox Dreams (ed. A Cox, 2012); "in" - Tinywords 10:1, Tinywords - on haiku and micropoetry (ed. D.Tweney).

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