Helen Buckingham lives in Wells, England and her haiku have been featured in many journals..
In the Living Haiku Anthology, Don writes: My career is one of Martial Arts -- Kung Fu.
A native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Barbara Buck has previously published three books of classical haiku.
This chapbook is a collaboration between the poet Adjei Agyei-Baah and photographer Jerome Berglund.
Allan Burns has published haiku in Acorn, Frogpond, The Heron's Nest, Modern Haiku and other magazines.
Readers of Mr. Bebek’s subtle haiku will encounter an awesome sensibility: most notable in the poet’s appreciation of nuance, and in his close identification with nature .
Johnny spent time in prison after his arrests for nonviolent resistance to war and the Trident nuclear weapon system.
Elena Malec was born in Bucharest, Romania in 1954 and she started drawing at an early age.
Stanford M. Forrester is a past president of the Haiku Society of America and founder and editor of bottle rockets.
Winnows contains haiku and senryu “plundered” from Herman Melville's Moby Dick.
Jack Galmitz was born in New York City in 1951. His poems, haiku and free verse, have appeared in publications worldwide.
Roderick writes: “For me the haiku and its relationship to my nature photographs is the best way to express the beauty of life..."
She has published nine collections of poetry and received two Touchstone Distinguished Book Awards.
Adjei Agyei-Baah is the the co-founder of the Africa Haiku Network and The Mamba.
Rick Clark is a poet, editor, and educator who has also dabbled in classical violin, birds, filmmaking, photography, Zen, and yoga.
Dejan Pavlinović (born January 30, 1968) is a Croatian haiku poet and a graduate in English and German languages and literature.
Annie is featured in a Haiku Foundation Poet Profile and lives in London, England.
This book features some poets who are the first in their country to make their cultures aware of haiku.
This is a collection of renku by British poets Colin Blundell and Dick Pettit.
Many of Manu’s poems are observations about the lives of wastepickers.