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Montage #13

        Montage #13, presented by Allan Burns, is now         up here on The Haiku Foundation website. This         week’s theme is “Forms” and features the haiku of         John Martone, Marlene Mountain and O Mabson         Southard.

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Poem Talk

For those interested in listening to poems read by their composers, as well as an analytical panel discussion on the poem, Poem Talk, hosted by Al Filreis, is an extremely engaging and educational blog to visit. There is already a…

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Viral 4.1

Virals is a section in which one person choses a haiku by another person and comments on that haiku. Then the author of that haiku is invited to select a haiku by someone else and comment on that poem, and…

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Silliman's Blog

Just a little info posting, but Ron Silliman, the judge of the 2008 William Carlos Williams Award who chose Roberta Beary's haiku collection, The Unworn Necklace, as a finalist, runs a diverse, and very popular, weblog devoted to links on…

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Envoy 1 (part 3)

Envoys is a section that is devoted to looking at individual, non-English haiku from the 20th and 21st centuries. For an introduction to this section, see Envoys. • Envoy 1 (part I) • Envoy 1 (part 2) .............................................................................................................................................................................. This is…

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Montage #12

Montage #12, presented by Allan Burns, is now up here on The Haiku Foundation website. This week's theme is "Life & Death" and features the haiku of Nick Virgilio, George Swede and Chad Lee Robinson.

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NO/ON (7)

NO/ON: journal of the short poem No 7, formerly NOON, is now available. $10/£6/€8/¥1000 + $5/£2/€4/¥500 (postage) to Philip Rowland (Editor)           Minami Motomachi 4-49-506,                      Shinjuku-ku, Toyko 160-0012, Japan questions/inquiries: noonpress AT mac DOT com *Please note: there will be a…

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Viral 3.1

Virals is a section in which one person choses a haiku by another person and comments on that haiku. Then the author of that haiku is invited to select a haiku by someone else and comment on that poem, and…

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James Kirkup

James Kirkup April 23rd, 1918 - May 10th, 2009                             - Poet, Translator, Writer, Teacher                             - Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature                             - First President of the British Haiku Society                             - Poetry Advisor, Kō Haiku Magazine (Japan)  I switched off…

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haiku meets twitter in a station

Commuters arriving at London's King’s Cross station are being invited to submit haiku-style poems on the subject of the "British Summer" from their mobile phones, using Twitter, the free social blogging site. The competition will run between Monday, May 18th,…

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Viral 2.1

Virals is a section in which one person choses a haiku by another person and comments on that haiku. Then the author of that haiku is invited to select a haiku by someone else and comment on that poem, and…

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Montage #11

I am a few days late on this but there is a new installment of Montage up here on The Haiku Foundation website. It is #11, and the entire series is archived. Montage is a series presented by Allan Burns…

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Envoy 1 (part 2)

Envoys is a section that is devoted to looking at individual, non-English haiku from the 20th and 21st centuries. For an introduction to this section, see Envoys. • Envoy 1 (part I) .............................................................................................................................................................................. Envoy 1 (part 2) 銀行員ら朝より蛍光す烏賊のごとく ginkōin-ra asa…

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Periplum

   “periplum, not as land looks on a map     but as sea bord seen by men sailing.”    — Ezra Pound (Canto 59) Like Envoys, Periplum is a section that will be devoted to 20th and 21st century non-English haiku. This section, however,…

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Periplum #1

Like Envoys, Periplum is a section that is devoted to 20th and 21st century non-English haiku. Periplum, however, is overseen by David G. Lanoue. For an introduction to this section, see Periplum. .............................................................................................................................................................................. Periplum #1 by David G. Lanoue Keiji…

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