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Jumble Box: Haiku and Senryu from National Haiku Writing Month Paperback – August 28, 2017
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About the Author
MICHAEL DYLAN WELCH is a poet, editor, and publisher. In 2010 he founded National Haiku Writing Month (www.nahaiwrimo.com), which is celebrated every February—the year’s shortest month for the world’s shortest poetry. In 1991 he cofounded Haiku North America, in 1996 he cofounded the American Haiku Archives, and in 2000 he founded the Tanka Society of America, serving as its president for five years. In 2008 he cofounded the Seabeck Haiku Getaway, which he continues to direct. He has also served for many years as vice president of the Haiku Society of America. His poems have won first place in numerous contests (including the Henderson, Brady, Tokutomi, and Drevniok contests), and have appeared in hundreds of journals and anthologies in more than twenty languages—including a tanka translation on the back of 150,000,000 U.S. postage stamps in 2012. He has also published numerous books of haiku and related poetry, the latest being Seven Suns, Seven Moons, a collaboration with Tanya McDonald (NeoPoiesis Press, 2016). His website, which features his essays, reviews, and poems, is www.graceguts.com.
RON C. MOSS lives in Tasmania and has been writing haiku and related genres since 1999. He has published more than a thousand haiku worldwide and his haiku appear in many anthologies. His first book, The Bone Carver, won the Snapshot Press Book Award, the Haiku Foundation’s Touchstone Award, an honourable mention in the Haiku Society of America’s Kanterman Book Awards. Ron is also a visual artist and award-winning photographer, often combining his poetry and art. His latest collection, Bushfire Moon, contains haiku and prose written about his experiences as a Tasmanian volunteer firefighter. Ron is available for commissioned art and design work. His website is www.ronmoss.com.
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