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Connor Winward, Shannon
My writing has appeared or is forthcoming in places like Analog, The Pedestal Magazine, Strange Horizons, [Pank], Literary Mama, Rogue Agent and Thank You For Swallowing. My chapbook, Undoing Winter (Finishing Line Press) is nominated for an Elgin Award. I am also a poetry editor for Devilfish Review and founding editor of the forthcoming Riddled with Arrows Literary Journal.
Cooney, Michael
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back.
Coverley, Harris
Harris Coverley is a graduate of Lancaster University and University College London, and currently lives in Manchester, England. He has had short fiction published in Disclaimer Magazine (where he also currently has a weekly column), Microfiction Monday Magazine, The Drabble, and 50-Word Stories. "Melancholic Anatomy" published by 50 Haikus is his first poetry publication and first sale of any kind.
Cowles, Matthew
Clearly, after staring at this blank space - I am not adept at writing about myself! rn A middle aged public servant ~ plagued by the stress and anxiety of work, money, and society... finds release and balance writing mediocre poetry as some desperate effort to find meaning in life.rnrn
Cowling, Shawn
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Coxwell, Rebekah
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back.
Cumming, Todd
I was published by 50 Haikus.
DAngelo, Nicholas
I was published by 50 Haikus.
Dash, Trisha
Trisha Dash currently resides in Virginia Beach with her Husband Aaron Dash and their two boys, Jackson and Thomas. She attended Old Dominion University where she studied Marketing. Trisha’s interest in writing began at an early age. After taking a Creative Writing class at the Muse Writing Center in the summer of 2018, her love for poetry blossomed. Her work can be found on her website, https://www.trishadashpoetry.com. Trisha has had two Haiku poems published: Meditation”, appears in Issue #14 and “Tranquility”, will appear in Issue #15. She is a member of Hampton Roads Writers and The Academy of American Poets.
De Haven, Stephanie
I was published by 50 Haikus.
DePaul, Maria
Maria DePaul is a Washington, DC, based writer whose work has been featured in many publications, including: Aphelion; Akashic's Terrible Twosdays; Better than Starbucks; Bindweed; The Future Fire; Haikuniverse; The Horror Zine; Illumen; Inwood Indiana; Luna Station Quarterly; Nature Writing; Plum Tree Tavern; Poetry Quarterly; The Review Review; Scifaikuest; Speculative 66; Three Line Poetry; Violet Windows; and Wax Poetry and Art.
Delaney, John
Haiku is sushi / poetry. I hate sushi / but love poetry. Go figure.
Jecook (real name Julianne Cook) is an emerging poet. She's currently living amongst the colonials at The College of William & Mary, located in the coastal swamp known as Williamsburg, Virginia. She usually writes about her own life, but occasionally writes fictional or political pieces. Her poem "Three Flowers" was published in "50 Haikus" in Issue #13.
Stephen C. Curro
Stephen C. Curro is a total nerd who lives in Windsor, Colorado. He has published stories and poems with The Fifth Di..., Daily Science Fiction and Scifaikuest, among others. He also writes educational materials for the nonprofit Taproot Guru. When he's not writing, he works as a teaching assistant and a tutor. When he's not working, he's pursuing one of his hobbies, including paleontology, scuba diving and dropping nerdy references during opportune moments.
Victory Grace
I was published here, but I have not updated my bio yet. Please check back. I have been writing Haikus since I was introduced to them in 5th grade. I love the form. I love the concise choice of words. It's like using a magnifying glass to start a fire. Precise. Pointing the beam of my thoughts to a tiny point on the page where well-chosen words ignite the imagination. I am a mother of three and a grandmother of two. I've been married for 34 years.

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