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Cor van den Heuvel

Cor van den Heuvel published his first haiku chapbook, sun in skull, in 1961 with his own Chant Press, and has not…

Megan Simpson

Megan Simpson is Associate Professor of English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Penn State Altoona. Author of Poetic Epistemologies: Gender…

Dr. Judy Kendall

Dr. Judy Kendall lectured at Kanazawa university in Japan from 1995 to 2002. She is a Reader in English and Creative…

Pamela A. Babusci

Pamela A. Babusci is an internationally-known and award-winning haiku/tanka & haiga artist. She works in a variety of media, including sumi-e, calligraphy,…

Melissa Allen

Melissa Allen has an undergraduate degree in Russian language and literature from Yale University and a master’s degree in library science…

Ce Rosenow

Ce Rosenow’s research explores the relationship between American poetry and Japan. Related articles have appeared in journals including Literary Imagination, Notes and…

Aubrie Cox Warner

Aubrie Cox Warner went to university to write a novel and came out writing haiku. Since then, she has been experimenting…

Dr. Randy M. Brooks

Dr. Randy M. Brooks is the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and Professor of English at Millikin University.…

Ellen Peckham

Ellen Peckham has read, published and exhibited in the US, Europe and Latin America. In 2012 the many facets of her…

Marlene Mountain

Marlene Mountain contends that the concept of ‘no-self’ was created for her long ago by men who knew they had plenty…

Ron C. Moss

Ron C. Moss is an artist and poet from Tasmania, Australia, a place of rugged wilderness that inspires his work. He…

Ian Marshall

A professor of English and Environmental Studies at Penn State Altoona, Ian Marshall is the author of four books: Story Line: Exploring the…

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