About Susan Antolin

Susan Antolin fell in love with modern Japanese poetry while living in Japan in the late 1980’s. In recent years she has served as the newsletter editor for the Haiku Society of America and the Haiku Poets of Northern California, co-editor of Mariposa, and president of HPNC. Her book Artichoke Season was published in 2009, and her collection The Years That Went Missing won first place in the Backbone Press haiku chapbook contest in 2020. Currently she edits Acorn: a Journal of Contemporary Haiku.

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