Archive for Bruce H. Feingold

Friday, October 28th, 2016

fall classic…
from his death bed
the seventh game

- Bruce H. Feingold

Author Bio

Bruce H. Feingold has been a practicing psychologist for over thirty-five years in the San Francisco Bay Area. He believes that haiku, like his work as a psychotherapist and as a way of life, is an art of the heart which taps our intelligence, creativity, openness, courage and honesty. His third collection of haiku, Old Enough, will be published by Red Moon Press in the fall of 2016. His other titles, A New Moon (2004) and Sunrise on the Lodge (2010), also were published by Red Moon Press. Bruce has won numerous awards and honors, including the Haiku Poets of Northen California Senryu Contest and the Chimes Award, the Hawaii Education Association International Hawaiian Word Contest, the Haiku Foundation Touchstone Individual Poem Shortlist as well as a commendation for the HaikuNow! International Haiku Contest. His poems have been chosen three times for the Red Moon Anthology of English- Language Haiku. Currently the chair of the Haiku Foundation Touchstone Awards and vice-president of the Haiku Poets of Northern California, Bruce lives in Berkeley, California, has been happily married for thirty-five years and has two wonderful adult children.


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