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Christine Lamb Stern

Christine Lamb Stern, 2020
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Christine Lamb Stern (born Christine Eva Lamb, September 29, 1946, Sacramento, California, U.S.A.), American retired advertising copywriter, a cofounder of the Higher Education Literacy Partnership (HELP) of Minnesota. Stern is a student of haiku and haiga, serving as a board member of Yuki Teikei Haiku Society; associate editor of Geppo, the YTHS quarterly work-study journal; Zoom host for monthly society meetings, which have expanded YTHS membership and participation; and advisor to the committee that approves new YTHS dōjin applicants. Stern edited and co-produced Luminaries (2013), a special anthology celebrating the 13 dōjin of Yuki Teikei. She resides in Bayfield, Wisconsin, and St. Paul, Minnesota.

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Updated on December 31, 2023