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Seth Kronick

Seth Kronick

Born: September 19 2002 in Goshen New York, USA
Resides: Whittier, California
E-mail: sethkronickpoetry (at) outlook (dot) com

Seth Kronick is a poet and journalist from Southern California. He currently writes for TrillMag! as a Creative Writing student at CSU, Long Beach. He is also a member of the Haiku Society of America. Seth's poetry has appeared in journals such as Trash Panda, Frogpond, Poetry Pea, Vita Brevis Press Anthologies: Brought to Sight and Swept Away and Nothing Divine Dies; Hearth and Coffin, Same Faces Collective, as well as Papers Publishing among other publications.
The haiku “silence . . .” received “Judges’ Choice” from Poetry Pea. Additionally, as a part of The Haiku Society of America Mentorship Program, a few haiku were published in The Unexpected Weight Anthology (Ed. Jay Friedenberg, 2021).

Selected Work
praying a friend
gets home safely
midnight fog
morning shower
a cluster of raindrops
coats the perennial
silence . . .
water comes to a boil
in a silver pot
one missed call
a long conversation 
with my father
half moon
in six hours
the rooster crows
a rustic bluebird song
carried through red oak branches—


“praying a friend” – Frogpond vol. 47:1Winter 2024; “morning shower” – Frogpond vol. 45:2 Spring/Summer 2022; “silence” – Poetry Pea: The Spring Journal 1:22, 2022 (Nominated Judges' Choice); “one missed call” – The Unexpected Weight: The Haiku Society of America Mentorship Program Anthology 2021 (Ed. Jay Friedenberg); “half moon” – Trash Panda Vol. 1.2 winter 2021-22; “a rustic bluebird song” – Visiting the Wind: Haiku Society of America Members' Anthology 2021 (Ed. Erin Castaldi).

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