About the Editor

Lisa Hase-Jackson holds a Master’s Degree in English with an emphasis in writing from Kansas State University and is a trained Writing Coach. Her poems have most recently appeared in such literary magazines as Midwest Quarterly, Sugar Mule and Kansas City Voices, and anthologized in People Poetry and To The Stars Through Difficulty: A Kansas Renga. Forthcoming publications include poems in Pilgrimage, Lifting the Sky: Southwestern Haiku & Haiga, and the NMSPS Albuquerque Chapter Poetry Anthology, among others. She is the editor of 200 New Mexcio Poems, a New Mexico Centennial Project. Currently, she teaches English at Central New Mexico Community College and Southwest Learning Center and facilitates writing workshops for Southwest Writers and University of New Mexico Continuing Education. She is looking forward to pursuing her MFA in Poetry from Converse College’s Low Residency Program beginning this summer.

Interview with Sharon Vandermeer:


Recent Publications:

Coda and Dissimilitued, NMSPS Albuquerque Chapter Poetry Anthology, Forthcoming

Ruth, and Lonely Is, Pilgrimage , Forthcoming

Two Haiku, Lifting the Sky: Southwestern Haiku & Haiga, Forthcoming

Hope Chest, Johnson County Library Poem a Day Blog (National Poetry Month Celebration), April 22, 2013

Couplet in Tupulo Press’ The Million Line Poem, January, 2013

Prairie Rumors, Kansas City Voices, Issue 10, Forthcoming, November 2012

Balloon Season, 200 New Mexico Poems, A New Mexico Centennial Project, Forthcoming, October 2012

Radishes and Prarie Desert, Sugar Mule Literary Magazine #41, Women Writing Nature, September 2012

Tuptim Thai and Blue Stem, Blue Ships Creative Arts Magazine, Issue 1, April 2011

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