David J Kelly
Born in 1963 in Middlesex, Greater London, UK.
Currently resident in Dublin, Ireland.
David J Kelly is a scientist by training (PhD in Zoology), but has been fascinated by the music of language for longer than he can remember. His main hobbies are birds and words. David’s first collection, Hammerscale from the Thrush’s Anvil (Alba Publishing), was published in November 2016.
Nicholas Klacsanzky is the editor of Haiku Commentary, an online journal for the analysis of haiku and related forms. He started to write haiku with the inspiration of his father, George Klacsanzky, who was the editor of the journal Haiku Zasshi Zo. Nicholas also volunteers as a haiku mentor online.
Born in Evanston, Illinois
Living in Sarasota, Florida
S. M. Kozubek has written and published over 150 haiku, senryu, tanka, and haibun in many publications and was awarded a second prize in the International Section of the 2017 Mainichi Haiku Contest. His chapbooks are available on Amazon.
Website URL - https://mkozubek1.wordpress.com
Born: 1949, New Lisbon, Wisconsin, USA
Residence: Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, USA
Jim Krotzman is retired after teaching for 36 years in Wisconsin and Colorado. Krotzman realized a lifelong dream when he purchased 3.5 acres of woodland on Ten-Mile Lake near Hackensack, Minnesota. The Chippewa National Forest is his backyard. He is building a cabin there.