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Pris Campbell

Pris Campbell, 2017
Photo by Steve D Clunk

Pris Campbell (born Priscilla Ann Campbell, July 18, 1942, Chester, South Carolina, U.S.A.), American clinical psychologist, now retired, as well as writer, poet, and author and collaborator of poetry collections. Her free verse poetry has appeared in Chiron Review, Boxcar Poetry Review, The Dead Mule, Oranges & Sardines, Underground Poetry, and other publications and has been nominated three times for a Pushcart Prize. She has placed her haiku and photo haiga in Acorn, Frogpond, Haijinx, Sketchbook, A Hundred Gourds, Failed Haiku, Prune Juice, Brass Bell, and many other print and online publications. She was an active participant in the Shiki Internet Kukai and has been recognized in the Sharpening the Green Pencil Haiku Contest, the H. Gene Murtha Senryu Contest, and the Moonset haiku contest. Following several poetry books and chapbooks, a book of tanka, Squalls on the Horizon, was published in 2017. Campbell lives in Lake Worth, Florida. 

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Updated on September 1, 2021