Born: December 25 1948 in Sioux City Iowa, USA
Resides: Bangkok, Thailand
E-mail: jeff (dot) streeby (at) gmail (dot) com
Jeff Streeby is a Pushcart Prize nominee and a nominee for Sundress Press' Best of the Web Anthology. His haibun "El Paso: July" was selected by Robert Olen Butler for inclusion in The Best Small Fictions of 2015 from Queen's Ferry Press [http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26011077-the-best-small-fictions-2015]. His new collection An Atlas of the Interior: Small Narratives and Lyrics is forthcoming in 2016 from Hyperborea Publishing (release date is December 6) [http://www.hyperboreapub.com/jeff-streeby/]. He is a Senior Lecturer in English at Assumption University of Thailand in Bangkok.
Awards and Other Honors: Winner, 1st annual WOMR/WFMR Joe Gouveia Outermost Poetry Contest (2013); Queen's Ferry Prize, for a haibun entitled "El Paso: July" selected by Robert Olen Butler for publication in The Best Small Fictions of 2015.
Books Published: Sunday Creek (not haiku) [http://www.amazon.com/Sunday-Creek-Jeff-Streeby/dp/0982742371].
Credits: "A wren announcing" - Haibun Today 9:2 (June 2015) [from haibun "Songbirds"]; "Winter" - Haibun Today 9:2 (June 2015) [from haibun "Songbirds"]; "Cool evening" - Haibun Today 7:4 (December 2013) [from haibun "Target Ship"]; "Ravens roost in the yews" - Contemporary Haibun Online 8:2 (July 1, 2012) [from haibun "Coppinger Hall"]; "Wondering" - Shamrock 29 (2014) [from haibun "At a Station of the BTS"]; "Around the burned-out saddle shed" - Haibun Today 7:3 (September 2013) [from haibun "Peregrino"].