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Paul Conneally, Editor Haibun
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Allen McGillPaul Conneally is originally from Sheffield but now lives in Loughborough UK with his wife, Zoe, and their two children, Anna and Joseph. He has written and experimented with haikai forms for some years, being published widely both in English and in translation. He is Education and Regional Director of the World Haiku Club and former Haibun editor of the World Haiku Review where he now edits the Collaborative Poetry Section.

He continues to tour the UK extensively delivering poetry/art workshops and readings. He especially enjoys working with children, from whom he has learnt so much more than he could ever teach.The picture is of Paul biting into a persimmon after delivering a short paper on Shiki and Wordsworth at London University's School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).

Paul's 'haikumania project' is hosted by the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at Virginia Tech in the USA and can be found here:

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