About Seanan Forbes

Since 1996, Seanan Forbes has lived as an expat. She lives in a perpetual state of hiraeth, being heartsick for New York when in London and for London when in New York. She is working on a practice-based PhD, exploring the expat and migrant experience through haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, and haiga. Her work has appeared in chapbooks and anthologies, including String to Bow (Leaf Press, 2005), A New Resonance: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku, Volume 8 (Red Moon Press, 2013), and fear of dancing: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2013 (Red Moon Press, 2014). Her poems have also appeared in numerous journals, including The Heron's Nest, Frogpond, Acorn, Atlas Poetica, Contemporary Haibun Online, A Hundred Gourds, Haibun Today, Mid-American Poetry Review, Modern Haiku, Notes from the Gean, Shamrock, Sketchbook, Skylark Magazine, The New Review, The Prose-Poem Project, and Theodate.She recently joined the editorial team of Under the Basho.

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