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Antonio Mangiameli

Antonio Mangiameli

Born: 1955
Resides: Lentini, Italy
E-mail: studiodentisticomangiameli (at) gmail (dot) com

Antonio Mangiameli born in 1955, a physician, lives and works in Lentini (Italy). He writes haiku, senryu, haibun and short stories for many years; he archives his poems noting them on canvas. His works appeared in Ershik, Failed Haiku, Harusame, Cattails, Chrysanthemum, Bones Haiku Journal, World Haiku Review, The Heron's Nest, The Other Bunny, Stardust, Haikuniverse, The Mainichi, Otata, Brass Bell, The Mamba Journal of African Haiku, Autumn Moon Haiku Journal, Wales Haiku Journal, and some others.

Awards and Other Honors:

Enumerated in ANPHI (National Archive of Italian Haiku Poets); Honorable mentions and commendation in "The Internazional Matsuo Bashō Award 2016"; certificates of the European Top 100 most creative haiku authors (2017, 2018, 2019).

Selected Work
votive candle―
the shadow of the flame 
turns with the wind
protruding ears―
grandfather's picture
seagulls that go
seagulls that come
four street lamps―
my shadows
are all the same
clothes hung-out―
a kitten in the street 
scratches the shadows
another name
over mine


"votive candle" - The Heron's Nest Vol. XX, No. 1: March 2018; “protruding ears” - Chrysanthemum No. 22. October 2017; "boats" - The Mainichi, Oct.18, 2017; "four street lamps" - Bones Haiku Journal no. 13, July 2017; "clothes hung-out" - Otata 28, April 2018; "tattoo" - Failed Haiku Vol. 5, issue 53, May 2020.

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