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Nanae Tamura

Nanae Tamura has been writing haiku for more than two decades, learning from Tsuda Kiyoko, a disciple of Yamaguchi Seishi and Hashimoto Takako. For the past twelve years she has been a columnist for the haiku magazine Shiki Shimppo (The Shiki Newsletter) and she was part of the team of translators that created "If Someone Asks…Masaoka Shiki’s Life and Haiku. Born in Kyoto, she now lives in Matsuyama, Ehime.

Nanae Tamura

Nanae Tamura has been writing haiku for more than two decades, learning from Tsuda Kiyoko, a disciple of Yamaguchi Seishi and Hashimoto Takako. For the past twelve years she has been a columnist for the haiku magazine Shiki Shimppo (The Shiki Newsletter) and she was part of the team of translators that created "If Someone Asks…Masaoka Shiki’s Life and Haiku. Born in Kyoto, she now lives in Matsuyama, Ehime.

Books by Nanae Tamura