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Collaborative Haiga

Pris Campbell, US and Norman Darlington, IR



Pris Campbell: Pris Campbell’s full-length book of poetry with accompanying log notes, Sea Trails, was published in the fall of 2009 by Lummox Press. Abrasions, her first book by Rank Stranger Press now has only a limited number of copies left. Interchangeable Goddesses, with Tammy Trendle, was published by Rose of Sharon, a press run by S.A. Griffin, editor of The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry, and David Smith. Hesitant Commitments, was released 2008 by Lummox Press in its prestigious Little Red Book series. The Nature of Attraction, her latest book with Scott Owens, was released August 2010 by Main Street Rag. Norman Darlington lives on a hill in rural Ireland,
raising vegetables, chickens and children. Since first
reading Hiroaki Satō’s 100 Frogs more than 30 years ago, he has been convinced of the overarching good which haikai collaborations can bring. Co-editor and co-
publisher of Journal of Renga & Renku.


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