Night of the Dead

by on Oct 31, 2016

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Photographer’s Note: This was taken at Thrillingham, a Halloween event in Bellingham WA. People dress as zombies, parade through town and then dance in a park to Michael Jackson’s Thriller music.

 


Annie Prevost studied art as well photography. She is a street photographer who embraces ambiguity, abstraction and the surreal. People stepping outside their everyday selves by donning costume are a favorite subject. Her photos have been shown at Allied Arts and the Whatcom Art Museum, both in Bellingham. WA. and in two calendars.

There Is a Season #2

by on Oct 24, 2016

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Steve Tomasko has written about himself in the first, third and possibly fifth person (don’t ask). He often verb-ifies things he shouldn’t and trips over his own dangling participles. Despite these possible disqualifications, he has published one poetry chapbook, “and no spiders were harmed.” You can read more about him and Jeanie (his wife, also a poet) at Jeanie & Steve Tomasko.

Daydream

by on Aug 3, 2016

Daydream

 


Olivier Schopfer lives in Geneva, Switzerland, the city with the huge lake water fountain. He likes capturing the moment in haiku and photography. His work has appeared in The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2014 as well as in numerous online and print journals. He also writes articles in French about etymology and everyday expressions at Olivier Schopfer raconte les mots.

brushstrokes

by on May 26, 2016

brushstrokes

 


Marianne Paul is a Canadian novelist and poet. In recent years, she has become fascinated with minimalist poetry, studying haiku, tanka, haiga, and haibun. Her work has been published in many contemporary journals, both online and in print. Learn more about Marianne’s writing at literarykayak.com and on twitter @mariannpaul.

haiku haiku hai

by on May 17, 2016

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Marianne Paul is a Canadian novelist and poet. In recent years, she has become fascinated with minimalist poetry, studying haiku, tanka, haiga, and haibun. Her work has been published in many contemporary journals, both online and in print. Learn more about Marianne’s writing at literarykayak.com and on twitter @mariannpaul.

Wasteland

by on May 3, 2016

Wasteland

 


Olivier Schopfer lives in Geneva, Switzerland, the city with the huge lake water fountain. He likes capturing the moment in haiku and photography. His work has appeared in The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2014 as well as in numerous online and print journals. He also writes articles in French about etymology and everyday expressions at Olivier Schopfer raconte les mots.