Ian Storr (born Ian Mackinsey Storr, June 12, 1947, Barnsley, Yorkshire, U.K.), retired manager of social care services to children and young people. His main accomplishments in haikai include: Haibun Editor, Presence (2012–2014); Production Editor, Presence (2014–2018); General Editor, Presence (from 2018). His haiku honors include the Sakura Award, Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival (2009); Winner, The Haiku Calendar Competition (2014, 2015, and 2017); and Best-of-Issue Winner in Presence issues 23, 44, 53, 57, 67. His haiku have been published in English-language journals worldwide and included in British, British/Bulgarian, American, and Indian anthologies. Storr self-published his first haiku collection, Seeds from the Larch Cones, in 2010. He resides in Sheffield, U.K.
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