By Michael Henry Lee
Michael Henry Lee’s second collection of selected works spans eight years of poems that have previously appeared in a variety of publications. Retired from the construction industry, Michael makes his home in Saint Augustine Fl, the nation’s oldest city, along with his wife Sarah and their rescue cat Bob. Lee is the current Coordinator of the Haiku Society of America for the South East Region. He also is one of the founding members of the Ancient City Poets; a group responsible for nine consecutive years of open mic poetry in Saint Augustine as well as the Coquina Haiku Circle, a small regional group dedicated to Japanese poetry styles. Michael’s previous works include: “Against the Grain” which received Honorable Mention in the 2013 Mildred Kanterman Memorial Merit Book Awards, the mini chapbook ”Happy Hour” and “Zengelical” a collection of faith-based haiku.
White Out is an A5 saddle stitched chapbook. Lovingly handmade, hand stamped, and hand numbered. 16 pages. Limited to 50 copies. Printed on an old Canon laser printer we found abandoned at a dump site.