Robyn Hood Black 

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Robyn Hood Black is a children's author, poet, and artist in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Her books include SIR MIKE (Scholastic Library), and WOLVES (Intervisual Books). These are sadly out of print, but Robyn's poetry can be found in several current collections, including Georgia Heard's THE ARROW FINDS ITS MARK (Roaring Brook), each volume of THE POETRY FRIDAY ANTHOLOGY series by Sylvia Vardell and Janet Wong (Pomelo Books) and LULLABY AND KISSES SWEET by Lee Bennett Hopkins (Abrams). Her fiction and poetry have been published in magazines including HIGHLIGHTS and LADYBUG. Robyn's haiku appear in leading contemporary haiku journals, and she's Southeast Regional coordinator for the Haiku Society of America. Through speaking engagements and school visits, Robyn has presented to student audiences of all ages, from preschool through college, as well as to educators and fellow writers. She also has an art business/Etsy shop called artsyletters, featuring "literary art with a vintage vibe."
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