turn the other cheek
Winter 20/21 Poetry Pea Journal
dry lake bed
the rainy season’s
Poetry Pea Podcast 9/21/20
the things we cannot
take with us
Indigenous Media Anthology 2020
a leaning wilderness
Cattails April 2020
both of us
knowing who’s at fault
falling dogwood petals
Blithe Spirit Spring 2020 issue 30.3
I read myself
Herons Nest June 2020
heavily bearded faces
among cave paintings
Modern Haiku Summer 2020
ripe with buds
lost in mist
Alien Buddha Press CV-19 Haiku 4-17-20
pink with rain
Blithe Spirit spring 2020 Issue 30.2
knee deep in grey
Chicago Botanical Garden; Words In Bloom 2020
Photo Haiku & photos
covid in the air
the azaleas still
Alien Buddha Press CV-19 Haiku 2020
the universal dialect
Frogpond Journal Vol. 43:3 Fall 2020
rain belts tear
― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta
Writing about the beauty and ferocity of our environment and is one of her major inspirations. The dynamic range of journals in which she is regularly published, encourages her creativity in thought provoking and profound ways. Breaking down poetic barriers by building on her own unique style.
A few journals that Erin has appeared in are: Akitsu Quarterly, Heron’s Nest, Presence, Blithe Spirit, Frogpond, Wales Haiku Journal, cattails and Chrysanthemum etc., as well as a dozen anthologies.
She has attended the International Haiku Conference 2019 in St. Albans U.K.. Erin has also participated in the previous two Haiku North America Conference’s, 2017 and 2019. Winning third place in the Wild Plum Haiku Contest 2019, she was nominated for a Touchstone Award for a haiku in 2019 and received an honorable mention in the Green Pencil Haiku Contest 2018.
Erin has had work translated into Japanese, Croatian, Romanian and Italian.
Erin’s current positions include: Poet Laureate of the city of Somers Point, New Jersey,
Secretary for the United Haiku and Tanka Society and Social Media Manager for The Haiku Society of America (HSA).