Alan Summers


Biography of Alan Summers

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Brief CV:
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Qualifications:
M.A. in Creative Writing, Bath Spa University 2007-2008
Diploma in Creative Writing, University of Bristol 2001

Selected Awards:
The Japan Times award for haiku and renga
Ritsumeikan University of Kyoto Peace Museum Award for haiku

Selected Publications:
'The Haiku Camera' pamphlet collection Forthcoming
'Sundog and Selected Haiku Poems 1992-1999’ (2010)


Japanese newspaper publications:
Yomiuri Shimbun (14 million readers): Mainichi Shimbun;
The Japan Times; and The Mie Times.

Alan Summers's Works:

'sundog haiku journal: an australian year'
Sunfast Press 1997 reprinted 1998
California State Library - Main Catalog Call
Number: HAIKU S852su 1997


Poetry Editor:
'The Poetic Image - Haiku and Photography'
National Academy of Writing/Birmingham Words Pamphlet (2006)

Co–Editor
'Parade of Life: Poems inspired by Japanese Prints'
ISBN: 09539234-2-8 (2002)
'Parade of Life is very impressive.'
Hiroaki Sano, Japanese Embassy

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