Christina Chin is a painter and haiku poet.
She is four-time recipient of top 100 in the mDAC Summit Contests. They were exhibited at the Palo Alto Art Center, California.
She is the sole haiku contributor for the MusArt book of Randall Vemer’s paintings published by ArtReach Publication, Portland, Oregon.
She is 1st prize winner of the 34th Annual Cherry Blossom Sakura Festival 2020 Haiku Contest.
1st prize winner in the 8th Setouchi Matsuyama 2019 Photo-haiku Contest.
Has won two City Soka Saitama’s 2020 haiku prizes. Earned five merits in the World Haiku Review August 2020. Published in the multilingual Haiku University Anthology (Vol 3-6), Japan’s monthly magazine, Haikukai; Akita International Haiku Network, and numerous journals.
She maintains an ongoing scheduled blog of featured and published haiku at: https://haikuzyg.blogspot.com/
Uchechukwu Onyedikam (mystic poet) is a creative artist based in Lagos, Nigeria. He’s been published in Amsterdam Quarterly, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, and several print and online journals and magazines. With regards to the intense passion he nurtures for poetry, he’s open to work with other creatives from around the world. He looks forward to exploring all of humanity with words in a world where everyone else is hurting from bombs and guns. His poem, ‘Ten Years’, is on YouTube at https://youtu.be/rXxmuJseh8w
ionisation a boom of waves exercising... a deep breath in the ocean ebbs same gap in the front teeth as my father the gold tooth glitters the chieftain of a feudal clan tribal mark — how each line tells a story passerby the smell of batik a morning whistler calling her name to hear me... great grandma her first lesson on tree planting our first word about eternity