Lorenson, Joyce
Joyce Joslin Lorenson grew up on a dairy farm and records the daily happenings in nature around her rural home.
Lovett, Matthew
Matthew Lovett is an American poet , born in Anaheim, California.
Lowe, Dennis
Born and raised in Southern California, I left home to attend West Point and commission as an officer in the U.S. Army. The poetry of Basho first kindled my interest in haiku. Now, when the inspiration strikes, I write.
Loy, Helen
My name is Helen Loy and I hail from not-so-sunny Sheffield in the UK. I am a self published writer but my real job is teaching which I have done for nearly 30 years. I also write plays for children to perform and I ran a Theatre group for children and young people for 15 years. I am loving reading and writing Haiku at the moment and I was thrilled to have a Haiku published in issue 29 of your lovely journal. I am also into reading and writing sonnets and the visual arts.
Lucas, Steve
Steve lives in Wales, UK.
Lunsford, Sarah
My name is Sarah Lunsford. I am 24, a mother, a wife, and a writer. Currently living in and loving Spokane, Washington, originally from Anchorage, Alaska.
Lupinacci, Veronica
Veronica Lupinacci (941)306-6425 6917 alderwood dr Sarasota, Fl 34243 Dear Editors, I As a past contributor to Haiku Journal, I recently recieved an email encouraging I submit more work. I am excited to send along a few new poems. Thank you for taking the time to read my submission. Thank you again, Veronica Lupinacci BIO: Veronica Lupinacci grew up in Sarasota, Florida. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. She has taught writing at the university, high school, middle school, and elementary level. Her poems have recently appeared in The McNeese Review, Haiku Journal, The Pinch, Northwind, and Eunoia Review.
Lyle, Michael
Lynch, Rhonda
Lynch, Stephanie
Stephanie Lynch Stephanie is a psychologist with three grown children and lives in New Hampshire. She works with adults in private practice. She is fascinated by nature and imagination. This piece was inspired by a beautiful cloud structure seen while driving to work.
MacAodha, Aine
MacDonald, John
John MacDonald has been writing poems, stories and plays since childhood, but a long detour as a musician kept him from concentrating on writing seriously for over 30 years. Now tone deaf and jaded, he performs his often provocative and absurd poetry around the Washington, DC area with mixed results. His work has appeared in Gargoyle Magazine, the Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Poetry Quarterly and Haiku Journal. He is an occasional guest poet for Poetic License, an improvisational comedy troupe based in Washington, DC.
Mace, Lesley
Lesley Mace: "Follow your characters. And don’t be afraid to explore dark places if that’s where the story takes you." Winner of the 2015, Crime Writers' Association, Margery Allingham, Short Story prize, Lesley has had over sixty pieces of work published. She has been published in Writers’ Forum (three times winning first prize in their monthly competition); Bewildering Stories; Ink, Sweat and Tears; Graffiti Magazine; Chester University’s Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine and The Boston Literary Magazine. Following a character into terror led her story, Tourists, to be runner-up in the 2016, Swansea District Circle's Horror Competition, and published in the anthology, Dark Gathering. Lesley is coordinator for her local writers’ group The Stortford Scribblers. The meetings offer motivation, inspiration and encouragement through group feedback. Lesley is an
Maguire, Marion

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