Anna Cates

JULY 2020 (a haibun)

red sky/red eyes/red lines on graphs—

Desperate times . . . Death tolls rising . . . Adding to the chaos, someone hacks my personal email account. Using my email address, the hacker spams pleas for money to dozens of my contacts, including members of the haiku community . . .

Bob Lucky
stranded in Saudi Arabia
covid senryu

Anna Cates is a graduate of Indiana State University (M.A. English and Ph.D. Curriculum & Instruction/English) and National University (M.F.A. Creative Writing). Her first collections of poetry and fiction, The Meaning of Life and The Frog King, were published by Cyberwit Press, and her second poetry collection, The Darkroom, by Prolific Press. Her collection of previously published haibun, The Golem & the Nazi, recently appeared via Red Moon Press, and her collection of religion-themed poems, The Journey, via Resource Publications. She is a member of the Tower Poets of the Yellow Springs, Ohio area and currently resides in Wilmington with her two cats, Freddie and Fifi. She teaches college writing and literature and graduate education as an online instructor.
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Blogger Unknown said...

Well, this is certainly a first for me. My 15 minutes of fame at last. I'm happy to report I did finally make it out of Saudi Arabia.

12:38 AM  

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