Born: 1964 in Weirton West Virginia, USA
Resides: Prescott, Arizona, USA
E-mail: mark (dot) dailey (at) prescott (dot) edu
Mark is an anthropology professor at Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona, specializing in environmental anthropology, human ecology and evolution, and rural China. His long-term interest in Chinese culture, language, and poetry led him to rediscover haiku in 2014. He has had haiku published in Frogpond, Modern Haiku, Acorn, The Heron's Nest, tinywords, and A Hundred Gourds.
"late summer" - Modern Haiku 48.1 (2017); "construction worker" - Modern Haiku 47.2 (2016): "the sound of hooves" - Modern Haiku 46.1 (2015); "misty morning" - Modern Haiku 47.3 (2016); "frosty morning" - The Heron's Nest 18.2 (June 2016); "winter thaw" - Acorn 34 (Spring 2015).