Authors

Hughes, Anna
This haiku was inspired by the drooping branches of trees heavily laden with snow.
Hughes, Rolf
Rolf Hughes is currently resident in Newcastle, UK. His fiction has been published by Faber & Faber and broadcast on BBC Radio. His prose poems have been published in The Prose Poem, Sentence (for a special feature on the prose poem in Great Britain, guest edited by Nicki Santili), Quarter after Eight, Double Room, 100 Words (which he co-founded during a residency on the University of Iowa's International Writing Program), the essay and poetry collections Handbook of the Unknowable, Space Ark and elsewhere. He has written for, acted in and directed theatre, most recently in the Victoria Tunnel, Newcastle, for the 2018 Being Human festival, and Northern Stage, for the Great Exhibition of the North (both 2018). He was previously dramaturge for The Great Escape Theatre Company, and holds a First Class degree in English and Related Literature (University of York), an MA in Creative Writing
Hunt, Nathan
Hunter, Cristian
Hunter, Elaine
Hunter, Laura Alexandra
Laura Alexandra Hunter indulges in creative pursuits.
Hurst, Rick
Hutchinson, John
Professor Emeritus, Community College of Baltimore County, cultural anthropology. Previously taught at Clemson University, Southwest Missouri State University, George Mason University, and the University of Baltimore.
Hutchison, Joseph
Joseph Hutchison, Colorado Poet Laureate (2014-2019), is the author of 19 poetry collections, including the bilingual, illustrated 'Eyes of the Cuervo/Ojos del Crow,' translated by Patricia Herminia; 'The World As Is: New & Selected Poems, 1972-2015'; and 'Marked Men.' His poems have appeared recently in Copper Nickel, Cigar City Poetry Journal, Poetry Salzburg Review, The Lampeter Review, and North Dakota Quarterly, as well as in the anthology "Ripple Effect." He directs online graduate programs for working adults in Professional Creative Writing and Arts & Culture Management at the University of Denver’s University College and lives southwest of Denver with his wife, Melody Madonna. Website: www.jhwriter.com.
Ianni, Jerry G.
Dr. Jerry G. Ianni is a Professor of Mathematics at LaGuardia Community College of the City University of New York. Besides enjoying haiku poetry, he is also an aficionado of chess. He volunteers as a Church musician and as an organizer of conversational English activities for international students in New York City.
Ichkhanian, Judy
Isip, J.D.
Bio: J.D. Isip is a graduate student at Texas A&M University-Commerce. His poetry, short stories, and plays have been published in various print and online journals. Comments: Thank you for your time and consideration.
Iuppa, M.J.
M.J.Iuppa lives on a small farm near the shores of Lake Ontario.
Iyer, Jayshree
Jayshree Iyer has a PhD in French literature from Tulane University with a specialization in medieval studies. Her areas of interest include reading, writing, etymology and translation.
Jackson, Alastair
I had a a booklet of non-traditional Haiku published in 2001, but have been concentrating on Landscape Photography in recent years


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