MANY THANKS to the following authors and artists who sent us their creative endeavors:

  • Jimat Achmadi, ID
  • Melissa Allen, US
  • Ed. Bremson, US
  • Jesus Chameleon, MP
  • Jasminka Nadaskic Djordjevic, RS
  • Heike Gewi, YE
  • Hiromi Inoue, JP
  • Amy Losak, US
  • Annette Makino, US
  • Beth McFarland, DE
  • Rachel MacGladdery, UK
  • Linda Papanicolaou, US
  • Teresa Pfeifer, US
  • Winston Plowes, UK
  • Michael Rehling, US
  • Mary E. Rodning, US
  • Sydell Rosenberg, US
  • Pablo San Blaz, MP
  • Ernesto P. Santiago, PH
  • Ken Sawitri, ID
  • Seiso (Paul Cooper), US
  • Shloka Shankar, IN
  • Adelaide B. Shaw, US

The following served as inspiration and sources for the found haiga in this issue:

  • Maya Angelou
  • Ibn Arabi
  • John Ashbery
  • Richard Avedon
  • Elizabeth Bishop
  • Joseph Conrad
  • E.E.Cummings
  • Kamala Das
  • T.S.Eliot
  • Robert Frost
  • Thomas Hardy
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.
  • Laurie Lee
  • A.A.Milne
  • George Orwell
  • Xoan Seoane
  • Samuel Shellabarger
  • J. Winfred Spenceley
  • Pia Tafdrup
  • Walt Whitman

Haigaonline's web pages are made using Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash and Photoshop for Mac OSX. The image pages are created through JALbum. The shell-gathering graphics in this issue have been created using historical art works that are online in the public domain:

Katsushika Hokusai (1790-1849),
painting on silk, "Shell Gathering",
Osaka City Museum Fine Arts

Hokusai, "Noboto Bay"
from the woodblock print series
Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji

Totoya Hokkei (1780-1850)
woodblock prints from the series
A Set of Shells (Kaizukushi)

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