Hotaling, Scott
Houlis, Alexandra
Houston, Opie
Opie Houston is a retired military officer, retired college English teacher, and retired magician. Married to poet Mary Houston. They have six kids, six grand kids, one great-grand kid, and another on the way...
Howard, Beth
Beth Howard is a writer living in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She fell in love with writing 5-7-5 haiku in 2006 after reading Clark Strand's book "Seeds From a Birch Tree." Her haiku poems appear in Natalie Goldberg's book, "The True Secret of Writing" and in the journal "Three Line Poetry."
Howard, James
My pen name is Lia Rayne and I am a 30 year old genderfluid poet. I have been writing poetry for 13 years and I have been published 3 times.
Howard, Matt
Hello, my name is Matt Howard. I'm just a writer who likes to write; so, I hope you enjoy reading my work as much as I enjoyed writing it. Also, I've been published in a handful of places, such as Poetry Quarterly and Public Illumination Magazine. Take care, -Matt Howard
Howard, Natasha
Howell, Bodie
Bodie Howell has big dreams but never remembers them when he wakes up. He likes cardigans, jazz, and apple cider, and occasionally writes about life from the steps of busy trams.
Howell, Rebecca
A native of Lexington, Kentucky who enjoys writing classes at the Carnegie Center. Divorced with no kids or pets, poetry has fulfilled those places in her life.
Howell, Traci
I live in Missouri with my two dogs and husband. I love to experiment with the elements of Haiku and other poetry. Making an image, scene, or feeling with such few words amazes me.
Howes, Marissa
Hubbard, Glenn
Huddleston, Cody
Cody Huddleston is a librarian living in the state of Georgia. His haiku have appeared in Lynx, Modern Haiku, Frogpond, Shamrock and Fifty Haikus.
Huffman, A.J.
A.J. Huffman is a poet and freelance writer in Daytona Beach, Florida. She has previously published her work in literary journals, in the U.K. as well as America, such as Avon Literary Intelligencer, Eastern Rainbow, Medicinal Purposes Literary Review, The Intercultural Writer's Review, Icon, Writer's Gazette, and The Penwood Review. Find A.J. Huffman, and additional information and links to her work at .
Huffstead, Cameya
This work announces unusual nuances to haiku. It stems from the belief that the old masters like Basho, Chiyo Ni, Issa and Buson explored and pushed the boundaries of their craft. They forged new paths centuries ago, and while the work they produced was grounded and earthbound, they still left room for others to build on, perhaps even to grow upwards, but definitely left paths to explore.

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