Poet and paper artist, Terry Ann Carter, is the author of four collections of lyric poetry and five chapbooks of haiku. A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris (Black Moss Press) was shortlisted for the Archibald Lampman Award; day moon rising was shortlisted for the Acorn-Plantos People’s Poetry Award. Lighting the Global Lantern: A Teacher’s Guide to Writing Haiku and Related Literary Forms (Wintergreen Studios Press) is found in many Canadian and American high school and college classrooms. She participated in the Basho Festival, Ueno, Japan, and has given haiku and small book making workshops in France, Singapore, China, Malaysia, the Bahamas, Panama, the U.S. and Canada. Terry Ann is an instructor of Japanese literary forms at Royal Roads University, Victoria, and president of Haiku Canada. Her haibun memoir On the Road to Naropa: My Love Affair with Jack Kerouac was published by Inkling Press, spring, 2015. “Her road is both daring and humble. I think Master Basho would be delighted.”— Sam Hamill

See Terry's full bibliography here.