Robyn Hood Black
Robyn Hood Black writes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Her first books were SIR MIKE (Scholastic Library) and WOLVES (Intervisual Press). Her poetry appears in THE POETRY FRIDAY ANTHOLOGY series (Vardell & Wong, Pomelo Books), in Georgia Heard's anthology of found poems, THE ARROW FINDS ITS MARK (Roaring Brook), in LULLABY AND KISSES SWEET by Lee Bennett Hopkins (Abrams) and SCHOOL PEOPLE by Lee Bennett Hopkins (Wordsong), and in THE POETRY OF US by J. Patrick Lewis (National Geographic) as well as in POEMS ARE TEACHERS by Amy Ludwig Vanderwater (Heinemann), among other books and publications. Her fiction has appeared in Highlights and her poetry has been featured in Ladybug and Hopscotch and is forthcoming in Highlights Hello. Her haiku appear regularly in leading haiku journals and have been published in several anthologies. Robyn is active in SCBWI and The Haiku Society of America. She also creates "literary art with a vintage vibe" through her business & Etsy shop, artsyletters (artsyletters.com).