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Julie Schwerin

Julie Schwerin, 2017
Photo by Kelli Love

Julie Schwerin (born Julie Lynn Foltz, June 24, 1969, Dover, Ohio, U.S.A; published as Julie Warther until 2020), American editor, haiku poet, and artist. Her haiku collection What Was Here was published in 2015, and she coedited the Red Moon Press anthologies Echoes 2, A New Resonance 11, and A New Resonance 12. She was the founder/facilitator of the Ohaio-ku Study Group (2014) and established several haiku installations, including the Forest Haiku Walk at the Holmes County Open Air Art Museum in Millersburg, Ohio (2015–present), the Seasons of Haiku Trail at the Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio (2018–2019) and Words in Bloom: A Year of Haiku at the Chicago Botanic Garden (2020–2021). Schwerin is an associate editor at The Heron’s Nest, a member of the Red Moon Anthology editorial team, and member of the organizing committee for Haiku North America 2023. She has resided in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, since 2021.

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Updated on September 25, 2022