David McKee

David McKee, 2019
Photo by Alison McKee

David McKee (born David George McKee, April 10, 1951, Placerville, California, U.S.A.), sociologist, psychotherapist, and poet. He is an oblate of Holy Wisdom Monastery, Middleton, Wisconsin, and a member of the Midwest Soto Zen Community. McKee has been writing haiku since 2004 and has been published in numerous print and online journals, including Modern HaikuFrogpondAcornThe Heron’s Nest, and Bones. His work also has been anthologized in Old Song: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2017;  Lee Gurga and Kelly Sauvage Angel, eds., Blossom Moon (Waukesha Haiku Group, 2020); and Lee Gurga and Scott Metz, eds., Haiku 2021 (forthcoming). McKee is a member of several Wisconsin haiku organizations, including the Waukesha group, MadKu (Madison), and Driftless Haiku (Mineral Point). He has resided in Madison, Wisconsin, since 1983.

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Updated on September 1, 2021