Born in Chester, SC, 1942
Current residence: Lake Worth, FL 33467
The haiga, senryu, tanka and haiku of Pris Campbell have appeared in numerous journals, including but not exclusive to Frogpond, cattails, Acorn, Haigaonline, Modern Haiga, One Hundred Gourds, and Failed Haiku. The Small Press has published six collections of her free verse poetry and Clemson University Press a seventh one, a collaboration. A former Clinical Psychologist, sailor and bicyclist until sidelined by ME/CFS in 1990, she makes her home in the Greater West Palm Beach, Florida.
Born 1971, Brunswick, Maine, USA
Residing in Wilmington, Ohio, USA
Anna Cates lives in Ohio with her two beautiful kitties and teaches English and education online to the graduate level. One hundred of her short form poems appear in the Living Haiku Anthology.
Born: 1952, Santa Barbara, California, USA
Residence: Seattle, Washington, USA
Rick Clark is a poet, editor, and educator who has also dabbled in classical violin, birds, filmmaking, photography, Zen, and yoga. In 2016, Red Moon Press published his book Bug-eyed & Bird-brained: Small Creature Haiku. He is also author of Journey to the River: India Travels (Pina Publishing, 2016).
Born 1952 in Ithaca, New York, USA
Residing in Ithaca, New York, USA ( living in same home I grew up in)
Tom Clausen is a life long Ithacan who enjoys walk abouts, bicycling and reading and writing haiku, senryu and tanka. Tom is part of the Rt. 9 Haiku Group and maintains a daily haiku feature at Cornell University's Mann Library.
Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, in 1953
Resides in Shreveport, Louisiana
Bio: Carlos Colón has published more than 1000 poems. He is the author of Haiku Elvis: A Life in 17 Syllables (or Less) and 12 poetry chapbooks. His work has also appeared in Haiku in English (W.W. Norton, 2013) and Tazuo Yamaguchi's Haiku: Art of the Short Poem, a DVD documentary.
Photograph by Rose-Marie Lillian
Born: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Resides: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Elizabeth is an author and poet living in Ontario, Canada. She has written two Japanese short form poetry chapbooks, both published by Red Moon Press. Not Like Fred and Ginger was shortlisted for the Haiku Foundation Touchstone Distinguished Book Award.