Haiku by Michael R. Collings
Michael R. Collings is a professor of English and the Director of Creative Writing at Pepperdine University. For the past six years he has also served as the first Poet-in-Residence for the University. His published poems, almost a thousand in number, have appeared in multiple collections as well as in print and online journals around the world. His interests range from the tight focus of haiku and cinquain to the broad canvas of Renaissance epic (a 7,000 line behemoth echoing Milton's Paradise Lost). In his non-poetic time, he has written a number of books, articles, and reviews, concentrating on Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror writers including Stephen King, Orson Scott Card, Dean R. Koontz, Brian W. Aldiss, and Robert McCammon.
2003/2004 Simply Haiku