Professor R K Singh

R K Singh is a retired professor of English, having taught English language skills to students of earth and mineral sciences in a technical university for over four decades.  He has published 43 books, including 18 collections of poems. 

His collections: God Too Awaits Light (tanka and haiku, September 2017, published by Cholla Needles, Joshua Tree, California); Growing Within (regular poems, tanka and haiku, with translation into Romanian, published  by Anticus Press, Constanta, Romania, December 2017); The River Returns (2006), Sense and Silence: Collected Poems (2010); New Selected Poems Tanka and Haiku (2012); I am no Jesus and Other Selected Poems, Tanka and Haiku (with translation into Crimean Tatar , 2014). 

His hobbies and interests are writing poetry and practising homeo and biochemic medicines. 

His blogs: https://rksingh.blogspot.in  https://rksinghpoet.blogspot.in  https://collectedpoemsofrksingh.blogspot.in  https://profrksingh.wordpress.com 

Rashmi VeSa

Rashmi VeSa is a writer of Japanese short forms of poetry which she discovered during the summer of 2018.

She lives in Bengaluru, India.

Richa Sharma

Richa Sharma has been writing poetry for about two years, inspired by her love of nature and English literature. She enjoys watching the sky, listening to piano compositions, teaching and trying to do some good for stray animals and birds.

Richard Bailly

Richard Bailly lives in the USA and is a semi-retired neurologist.

His hobbies include running marathons (since 1982, completing 68 marathons), music (especially playing in rock and swing bands) and landscape photography.

Richard Hargreaves

Richard Hargreaves grew up in Cheshire and now lives in Yorkshire, with wife Mandy. He went to University in Sheffield in the 80s. He has six young grandchildren.

Richard's passion is birding in particular & wildlife in general, from bees to whales, from dragonflies to jaguars. He even met David Attenborough in darkest Borneo.

His first book, some fifteen years in the writing, Razor in the Wind, is due out imminently.

A late starter to poetry, he now writes every day, drawing on the natural world.

Rickey Rivers Jr

Rickey Rivers Jr was born and raised in Alabama, USA.

He writes poetry, flash fiction and short stories and enjoys music and movies. 

Rob McKinnon
Rob McKinnon lives in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. His poetry has previously been published in From the Ashes - A poetry anthology in support of the 2019-2020 Australian Bushfire relief effort’ Maximum Felix Media, Headline Poetry & Press, Knights Library Magazine, Vaughan Street Doubles, The Wellington Street Review, Dust Poetry Magazine, Sūdō Journal, Sage Cigarettes Magazine, Re-Side Magazine, Nightingale & Sparrow Literary Magazine, Black Bough Poetry, Dissident Voice, Tuck Magazine and InDaily. 
  
Robert Horrobin

Robert is retired and lives in Orkney, Scotland where he writes haiku to record the passing of the days.

Roberta Beach Jacobson

Roberta Beach Jacobson is drawn to the magic of words – poetry, puzzles, song lyrics, stand-up comic humour. As a student of tanshi (short poems), she strives to include humour whenever possible.

Besides poetry, she writes greeting cards, game clues, and flash fiction … anything to avoid a day job.

His book of haiku and senryu, co written with Su Wai Hlaing "Dewdrops" is available on kindle.

Roger Watson

Roger Watson lives in Hull, East Yorkshire in the UK but I was born in Scotland and have lived there and in Ireland as well as in Hull

Now retired, he was Professor of Nursing at the University of Hull, teaching students, supervising research students and carrying out research into various aspects of nursing. He is  Editor in Chie of a major academic nursing journal.

Ronald Tobey

After a professional career in California, Ron now lives in West Virginia, where he and his wife raise cattle and keep goats and horses. He is a reflective, imagist poet and experiments with forms of poetry, including haiku and short form poetry, storytelling, spokenpoetry, and videopoetry. Twitter handle @Turin54024117

s zeilenga

s zeilenga lives in a small town in the state of Iowa, USA, where he is a custodian of a small local brick church. .

As a family man, when he gets some free time he enjoys photography, architecture and history.

He got into writing haiku about a year ago after rediscovering haiku when starting a deep study of Hebrew/biblical poetry.

Srinivas S

A phonologist by training and an English teacher by accident, Srinivas S currently lives and works in Chennai, India. His downtime interests include cricket and poetry. He started writing haiku only a year ago, and he likes the form because it allows him ample opportunity to record simple moments even when on the move.

Thorsten Neuhaus

Thorsten Neuhaus works as a teacher at a vocational college near Dortmund in Germany.  His hobbies are hanging out with friends, gardening, angling, cooking, meditating and jiu jitsu. He loves learning languages, among which are English, Dutch, French, Latin, Old Greek, Hungarian and Japanese.

He has written poems since childhood, mostly in German. Thorsten wrote his university thesis on Philip Larkin’s poetry.

Tiffany Shaw Diaz

Tiffany Shaw-Diaz is a Pushcart Prize and Dwarf Stars Award nominee who also works as a professional visual artist. Her poetry has been featured in Modern Haiku, The Heron’s Nest, Bones, NHK World Haiku Masters, The Mainichi, and dozens of other publications. In addition, her poetry has been translated into German, Italian, and Chinese. Her first chapbook, says the rose, was published by Yavanika Press in 2019.

Dr Tim Gardiner

Tim Gardiner is mainly inspired to write by wildlife and natural surroundings, using them as a reflection of my emotional state. He often finds that a landscape can either uplift his mood or plunge it into a beautiful melancholy. He's a scientist by training and has crossed over to creative writing for the freedom to express his emotions.

Tomislav Sjekloća

Tomislav loves animals, trees, walks in mountains, music, movies, books. As sci-fi fan, he wrote his first haiku in 2014 for Serbian Beleg's Anthology of Sci-Fi haiku Kapija sna. He came back to haiku again in 2018 and decided to stay a while. Since then, his haiku and senryu were published in various international journals, magazines and anthologies: The Asahi Shimbun (Asahi Haikuist Network); Frogpond; Modern Haiku; The Heron's Nest; Prune Juice; Failed Haiku; ESUJ-H: English Haiku; seashores; The Cicada's Cry; Otata; Stardust Haiku; cattails; also appeared in 10th and 11th Yamadera Basho Memorial Museum English Haiku Contest Selected Haiku Submissions Collections; My Haiku Pond - 4th Annual Haiku for Change Event 2019; Golden Haiku; World Haiku Review; The Haiku Foundation's Haiku Dialogue (series What's at hand, Photo prompts, Poet's choice, Social Issues); Hog Wild - bicadeideias pig haiku anthology; #FemkuMag (#Me(n)too issue); Beleg's Sci-fi Haiku Anthology Kapija sna and Sci-fi Haiga Anthology Putokaz vremena; Nekazano.

Tracy Davidson

Tracy Davidson lives in Warwickshire, England, and writes poetry and flash fiction. Her haiku and other short forms have appeared in various publications, including: Modern Haiku, A Hundred Gourds, Atlas Poetica, Frogpond and Ekphrastia Gone Wild. 

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