Authors

Asch, Ruth
Ascough, Stephanie
Stephanie Ascough is a writer, wife, and mother, not necessarily in that order. She enjoys writing fantasy, flash fiction, children's stories, and anything that comes from the heart. You can reach her at her blog, stephanieascough.wordpress.com.
Ashley, Allen
Allen Ashley is a committee member of the British Fantasy Society and is the judge for their annual short story competition. He is the author or editor of 14 published books. He works as a creative writing tutor in north London, UK. www.allenashley.com
Ashley, Elaine
A sixty-something grandmother, a student of Haiku, and a lover of nature.
Aspiras, Desiree
Austin, David
Austin, Nancy
Nancy Austin has been published in Adanna, Midwestern Gothic, Verse Wisconsin, Sheepshead Review, and the 2014 Wisconsin Poets Calendar.
Austin, Shellie
Averett, Ayndria
Avocet, Ammy
Ayers, Frances
I am a middle aged Poetess living in NYC,where I write fulltime and care for an elderly uncle.I have been published online and in three Facebook anthologies.I write in both rhyme and free verse,and only recently became enthralled with haiku.
Babcock, Michael
Baber, Bill
Bailly, Richard
My name is Richard Bailly. I am a semi-retired neurologist residing in Fargo, ND, USA. I am a musician and composer. I majored in music at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa before attending medical school. I have played in several rock bands over the years, usually as a bassist and backup vocalist. I also played in symphony orchestras when I was in high school and college. I have completed 68 full marathons. I am currently pursuing landscape photography. I am married with three grown sons and four granddaughters. I have always had an interest in writing, especially poetry. Since my music composition style tends to be minimalist, I am drawn to haiku as a means of poetic expression.
Bainbridge, Jim
My haiku have appeared in Blithe Spirit, bottle rockets, Famous Reporter, frogpond, Haiku Canada Review, Haiku Pix, Haiku Presence, Magnapoets, Mariposa, Modern Haiku, paper wasp, and Whirligig. Poems in other styles have appeared in Poetry East, Quiddity, REAL, South Carolina Review, and many other journals.


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