The following poems appeared in monthly issues 38, 39, and 40 of Failed Haiku edited by Mike Rehling.


The pieces displayed first appeared in issues 1.1 & 1.2 of Human/Kind Journal

These pieces were published in issue 27 of Prune Juice

The poems displayed below first appeared in Otata 37, Otata 38, Otata 39, Otata 40, Otata 44, Otata 45, Otata 46, and Otata 47
Otata
was edited by John Martone and published monthly from January 2016 until it went into hiatus in December 2019
Individual issues may be downloaded as PDF publications from the Otata blog website.


 

Some of my pieces appeared in Number Eight Wire: The Fourth New Zealand Haiku Anthology
edited by Sandra Simpson & Margaret Beverland, Piwakawaka Press, Tauranga, 2019


 

From Triptych by Kala Ramesh, Don Baird, and Hansha Teki, Red Moon Press, 2019

This collaborative book of haiku, by three outstanding contemporary and international voices, has great aspirations: no less than to tell the story of the rise, fall, and recovery of humanity within its 180 pages. Each poet takes up one of these themes: Kala Ramesh paints a picture of the Eden of our origins; Don Baird tells the tale of the Fall; and Hansha Teki suggests possibilities toward our renewal, and that of our planet. The effect is similar to that of the prophets, crying out in the wilderness of men’s folly, with the hope that doing so will inspire a return to the faithful shepherding of our planet and ourselves, wherein a kind of redemption might be possible, and that we might be worthy of it. This is a great deal to ask, of the poets, but also of the reader. They have laid down the challenge. The rest is up to you.

A New Resonance 11 
edited by Jim Kacian & Julie Warther (Red Moon Press, 2019)

The New Resonance haiku community continues to grow, now recognizing 185 members. These poets continue to appear in the major haiku journals and elsewhere, and their books have been accorded the honor of serious and adulatory review and critique. Many are recognized among the leaders of literary haiku in their respective countries and around the world.


Two pieces included in Red River Book of Haibun Vol. 1 edited by Steve Hodge & Paresh Tiwari, Red River, 2019

Published in Right Hand Pointing - silent retreat
edited by Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco