Mary Davila started writing poetry at the age of 50. In 2006, she was introduced to haiga, and
it has become her main focus. Some of Mary's work can be found on haigaonline.
Mary and her husband enjoy being members of a Creative Expression writers group.
One of her poems was published, along with one of her husband's, in "Community And Difference: Teaching, Pluralism, And Social Justice," by Roberto A. Pena.
In addition to poetry and haiga, Mary enjoys photography, enhancing her photos and taking
online courses. She currently is in the process of creating her own website.
In 2006, after a career of over thirty years, Mary retired from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. She lives in Western New York with her husband, Frank.