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SUSAN ANTOLIN

Susan Antolin, 2018 Photo by Ed Antolin

Susan Antolin (born Susan Cannon, October 13, 1965, Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A.), office manager in a small law firm and inactive member of the State Bar of California, editor, and haiku and tanka poet. She served as the president of the Haiku Poets of Northern California in 2011–2012, coeditor of the HPNC membership journal Mariposa 2008-2012, and editor of Ripples, the Haiku Society of America newsletter 2010–2012. Antolin has been editor of Acorn since 2012. Artichoke Season, her collection of haiku and tanka, was published in 2009, and her haiku chapbook The Years that Went Missing, winner of the Backbone Press Haiku Chapbook Contest, was published in 2020. Antolin is co-compiler of the Haikupedia article “San Francisco International Rengay Contest” and resides in Walnut Creek, California.


Note: This is an abstract of a longer biographical article to come.

Updated on August 16, 2023