Robyn Hood Black
Born: January 30 1963 in Knoxville Tennessee, USA
Resides: Gainesville, Georgia, USA
E-mail: robyn (at) robynhoodblack (dot) com
Robyn Hood Black is a poet and children’s author currently living in north Georgia. Robyn loves exploring haiku in schools and with adult writers, and she’s a regular Poetry Friday blogger. She is also an artist. Some of her work was selected to appear in the following poetry anthologies: The Arrow Finds Its Mark (Georgia Heard, ed., Roaring Brook Press, 2012) and The Poetry Friday Anthology (Sylvia Vardell and Janet Wong, eds., Sept. 2012).
Books Published: Her children’s books include Sir Mike (Scholastic, 2005) and Wolves (Intervisual Books, 2008).
Credits: "new year's eve" - Frogpond 35:2 (Summer 2012); "rush of wind" - A Hundred Gourds (March 2012); "home again" - Acorn 28 (Spring 2012); "cicada song" - The Heron’s Nest XIV:1 (March 2012); "om" - Prune Juice (April 2012); "winter chill" - The Heron’s Nest XIV:2 (June 2012).
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