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Winter 2007, vol 5 no 4


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an'ya and Ed Baker ~ haiga

an'ya an'ya is currently the editor of moonset, THE NEWSPAPER, as well as editor of Ribbons, the Tanka Society of America newsletter and journal. She's vice president of the OhtS (Oregon haiku and tanka Society), past-editor of haigaonline, and past-director of the World Haiku Club Beginners group.

an'ya's complete biography can be read at her book site:

Ed Baker Ed Baker was born in Washington, DC in 1941. He describes himself as being happily divorced, the father of two adult children, and as an "everyday writer," "everyday artist," and "everyword reader," having to his credit 2500 watercolors, 75,000 poems, and 500 3-d pieces.

His poems have appeared in Athanor, Frogpond, Odysseus, Hummingbird, South by Southeast, Modern Haiku, Lilliput, Bongos of the Lord, mojo risin, Iconoclast, Calvert Review, RawNervz, Liquid Ohio, Moonset Journal, Haigaonline, World Haiku Review, Origin, Longhouse, Simply Haiku, and Moonset, the Newspaper.

He is also the author of a number of books, including Butcher of Oxen, The City, and Full Moon.

His art is mostly in private collections and on his website: Bare Bones Bonze

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