Born: 1969 in Reading Pennsylvania, USA
Resides: Connecticut, USA
E-mail: 29trees (at) sbcglobal (dot) net
Kat Lehmann is the author of Small Stones from the River (2017) and Moon Full of Moons (2015) - poetry collections that follow a personal transformation from sadness through healing to new happiness. Her poems have been published in literary journals and anthologies, including the Connecticut River Review, Frogpond, American Tanka, Modern Haiku, Acorn, Jacar One and NHK Haiku Masters (Japan), where she has been honored as a Haiku Master Finalist several times. Her poem "Skin" is the Third Place Winner of the 2016 Connecticut Poetry Award.
Awards and Other Honors:
Books Published: Small Stones from the River, 29 Trees Press, 2017; Moon Full of Moons, 29 Trees Press, 2015.
Credits: "just another" - Frogpond Vol. 41(2), 2018; "spring thaw" - Chrysanthemum 21, April 2017; "cherry blossoms" - Modern Haiku 48:2, 2017; "reaching" - Presence 57, 2017; "a comma" - A Hundred Gourds 4.2, March 2015; "spring branches" - NHK Haiku Masters, March 7, 2018 (finalist).