Authors

Barone, Angelica
Angelica is a teacher by trade and a writer at heart. She writes as her muses command and is currently trying to write a haiku per day at haikuheart87.wordpress.com. When not writing she enjoys knitting, reading, curling and spending time with her friends and family.
Barr, M. Kari
M. Kari Barr enjoys writing in a variety of formats. The challenge of getting haiku "just right" is a fun challenge which she takes up every few years. As a novelist, short story writer and poet...slimming down to the shortest of poetics is a challenge indeed.
Barrera, Karissa
Barron, Phillip
My first book, The Outspokin' Cyclist, is a collection of newspaper columns written over a four-year period and was published in August 2011, my poems and short stories have appeared in The Scrambler, Hinchas de Poesia, The Blotter, The Raleigh Hatchet, and Urban Velo. I have taught philosophy at the Chapel Hill and Greensboro campuses of the University of North Carolina as well as Duke University, and I currently live in Davis, California where I work in the digital humanities at the University of California. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, phillip
Barry, Aaron
Barry, Stephen
I am a lawyer living in the Hudson River Valley. I have had poetry published in a number of small journals and this is my first submission to Haiku Journal. This piece was written when I saw the mother of an old friend at the World Trade Center Memorial recently.
Barton, Andrea
Andrea Barton is a mother, daughter, poet, teacher, and photographer, in that order. Her chapbook "Leaves Pasted Akimbo" was published in 2010 and she has had work published in several journals across many years. She lives with her daughter, and their fluffy dog, Jack, in Connecticut.
Barton, Ron
In the space of two years, Ron Barton proved himself to be a prolific writer. Highlights in this period included the fact he was twice published by Ginninderra Press (If God is a Poet, 2012; Unremarkable, 2014) and Tincture Journal (2013) and had poems displayed at the Sydney Fringe Festival and the University of Western Australia. Since that early success, Barton has been on a hiatus of sorts but he is keen to draw from that creative well once more.
Bartz, Bradley
I am a student at Concordia University, St. Paul involved in creative writing and slam poetry on campus.
Battersby, Lois
Baugh, Brittany
Baxendale II, Ron
Ron Baxendale II is a Colorado writer who works with college-level writers in the writing center at Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Beal, Jane
Jane Beal is a poet. She has written many poetry collections, including a book of haiku and haiga, _Tidepools_, and a book of haibun, _Wild Birdsong_. Her haiku also appear in the _Asahi Haikuist_, _Frogpond_, _Haibun Today_, _Haiku Journal_, and _Illinois Audubon Society Magazine_, among other publications. She currently teaches at the University of La Verne in southern California. To learn more about her and her work, please see http://sanctuarypoet.net.
Beaudin, Marc
Marc Beaudin is the author of Vagabond Song:Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals, The Moon Cracks Open: A Field Guide to the Birds and Other Poems and the play Frankenstein, Inc. His work has been seen in Avocet, Watershed, Haiku Journal, The MacGuffin, Temenos and numerous other journals. More can be found at CrowVoice.com.
Bechard, Dominique
I am currently at the University of Toronto, in English Literature. My poetry and short fiction have previously appeared in Nest Magazine, the UC Review, The Spectatorial, and The Goose.


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