Rich Magahiz

the girl stood sideways   the stars shone through

David Kopaska-Merkel

under the Hill
we found human skeletons
no trace of the Fae

Billie Dee

starboard view
galactic purse-seiners
fishing for moons

Charles Nelson

Piano red Mars
Cosmonaut lilac footprints
Bitter, bitter white

Deborah P Kolodji

green bronze
of the old peace lantern
antimatter showers

Brock Marie Moore

the stars woke us
too late; defleshed ulnae
stretch toward the caves

Ross Balcom

haiku death-trout
bone in throat
poem that kills

Susan Diridoni

the meteor's elbow
swings out in blue
catch of cedar

Denise Dumars

Cat called Sugar
Fish called cat—unnatural land
"Dead men working
In the cane fields."

Rich Magahiz is a former Californian, former scientist, current technologist, current blogger, future mystic, future recollection. His work has appeared in Scifaikuest, and The 2011 Rhysling Anthology.

David Kopaska-Merkel describes rocks for the State of Alabama. He has published 1200+ poems and short stories and won the Rhysling award for best long poem in 2006. @DavidKM on twitter.

Billie Dee is the former Poet Laureate of the U.S. National Library Service. A multimedia artist and writer, Billie is especially interested in haiku and related forms, as well as "main-stream" lyric poetry.

Charles Nelson was born during the Kennedy administration and is very disappointed that there are no Mars colonies or moving sidewalks.

Deborah P Kolodji is the moderator of the Southern CA Haiku Study Group and the former president of the SFPA. She is co-organizing the 2013 Haiku North America conference on the Queen Mary.

Brock Marie Moore's work has been published in Goblin Fruit, Straylight, Dreams & Nightmares, Blood Lotus, and the anthology Mandragora.

Ross Balcom is a counselor living in Anaheim, California. His poems have appeared in Beyond Centauri, Scifaikuest, Star*Line, and other publications.

For the last several years, Susan Diridoni's haiku and tanka have appeared in numerous print and online journals. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Denise Dumars has published in journals such as Terra Incognita, Cinefantastique, and Talebones. She is a columnist for Star*Line and her most recent chapbook is Letting in the Dark (Yellow Bat Press).