My individual collection of poems:
Artichoke Season (Spare Poems Press, 2009), a 96 page perfectbound book of haiku and tanka by Susan Antolin, is available for $12 per copy plus $3 shipping. The cover art is by Kate Ruddle (www.kateruddle.com). To order a book please send an email to email@example.com.
Anthologies in which my work appears:
Sharing the Sun, the 2010 Haiku Society of America members’ anthology, edited by Scott Mason with the theme of biodiversity. This beautifully produced volume containing the work of 269 poets is available through the Haiku Society of America (although the last I heard, few copies remained).
Haiku: Travelers on Haiku Meridians, an anthology of 20 Romanian and American haiku poets. It is an honor to be included in this bilingual volume of haiku along with such poets as Ce Rosenow, Michael Dylan Welch, George Swede, paul m., Francine Banwarth and others. Published in Romania in 2010.
where the wind turns, the fourteenth volume in the series of anthologies by Red Moon Press collecting the best haiku from around the world in each calendar year. More information at http://www.redmoonpress.com.
Something that Matters (Harwood Press, 2007), a collection of personal essays by Bay Area writers co-edited by Elizabeth Fishel and Terri Hinte, can be ordered by visiting the Wednesday Writers web site at http://www.wednesdaywriters.com. All proceeds benefit the new Carol Ann Read Breast Health Center at the Alta Bates Summit Hospital in Oakland, California.
Wednesday Writers (Harwood Press, 2003), a San Francisco Chronicle Best Seller, co-edited by Elizabeth Fishel and Terri Hinte, can be ordered by visiting the Wednesday Writers web site at http://www.wednesdaywriters.com.
Take Five: Best Contemporary Tanka, 2008, edited by M. Kei, Sanford Goldstein, Pamela A. Babusci, Patricia Prime, Bob Lucky and Kala Ramesh, is a selection of the best tanka published in 2008 (which the editors selected after reading over 14,000 poems). More details are available at modernenglishtankapress.com.
Still Speaking of Wind (Two Autumns Press, 2006), edited by paul m. and produced by Karina Young, is available through the Haiku Poets of Northern California web site: hpnc.org. The poets included in this book are: John Thompson, Evelyn H. Hermann, Stanford M. Forrester and Susan Antolin. The book is published in conjunction with the Two Autumns Reading series, the longest running haiku reading series outside of Japan.