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Robert D. Wilson

Robert D. Wilson
Co-owner, co-publisher, and co-editor & chief

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http://simplyhaiku.theartofhaiku.com

Information: Robert D. Wilson is Co-Owner, Co-Publisher and Co-Editor in Chief for Simply Haiku. He is the owner of the Simply Haiku on-line haiku yahoo workshop forum, and co-owner of Facebook's We Are All Japan group. A showcase of what will eventually be a depository of over 3 decades of poetry, haibun, free verse performance poems, and haiga art, called Lousy Mirror, can be viewed at http//lousymirror.blogspot.com. Wilson is working on an e-textbook dealing with Haiku aesthetics, co-writing two books of poetry with two Japanese poets, is English Haiku Editor for Haiku Reality, and the author of several books he gives to the public free wanting his writings to be available to everyone, rich or poor. Svetlana Marisova called Wilson the alley cat of the haiku world. He lives with some of his family somewhere secluded in the Philippines.

 













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