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third morning, haiku by Kay F. Anderson $7.00
<strong><i>third morning</i></strong>, haiku by Kay F. Anderson

Kay F. Anderson (1934-2007) was a long-time member of the Haiku Poets of Northern California. She began writing at an early age, and after post-graduate study published magazine articles and books on psychology and philosophy. Her attention shifted to haiku in 1990. Her work, which included haiku, haiga, and tanka, was published in all the major English-language haiku journals. She was twice featured in the HPNC Two Autumns Reading Series, and served as editor for the 1997 Two Autumns anthology, Beneath Cherry Blossoms. Many of her poems placed in national contests. She was judge to the 1994 Gerald M. Brady award, and for the 1996 Palomar Branch of the National League of American Pen Women contest. Kay also served as President of HPNC in 1996. She met her future husband John when she was ten years old. They were married for over fifty years.

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Pages: 24
Size: 4" x 5.375"
Binding: saddlestapled softbound

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