skip to Main Content

Collage Haiku

Here is something I recently found and thought readers might be interested in reading and thinking about. Others' Lines (Second Series) by David Giannini is an e-book of Collage Haiku published in 2003 by Shearsmen Books on their website. Click…

Read More

Viral 6.1

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…

Read More

Montage #17

Montage #17, presented by Allan Burns, is now up here on The Haiku Foundation website. This week’s theme is “Birthdays,” marking the birth this week of three major voices in English-language haiku: Martin Shea, Nick Virgilio and John Wills.                                    they…

Read More

Viral 5.2

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…

Read More

Pennsound

Pennsound, launched in 2005, "is a Web-based archive for noncommercial distribution of the largest collection of poetry sound files on the Internet." It is both an archive of poets reading their own poems and recordings of discussions about poetics. Funding…

Read More

Viral 4.2

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…

Read More

Haiku Chronicles

Haiku Chronicles is a new podcast series presented by Donna Beaver and Alan Pizzarelli. The series will "explore English-language haiku and its related forms" and is "devoted to a better understanding and appreciation of these poetic forms in the English…

Read More

Montage #16

Montage #16, presented by Allan Burns, is now up here on The Haiku Foundation website. This week’s theme is “Summertime” in recognition of the summer solstice for the northern hemisphere (June 21st this year). This installment features the haiku of…

Read More

Gendai Haiku

Gendai Haiku is a website created by Dr. Richard Gilbert (Faculty of Letters, Kumamoto University, Japan), and is devoted to six Japanese gendai (modern) haiku poets: Uda Kiyoko, Hoshinaga Fumio, Hasegawa Kai, Yagi Mikago, and Tsubouchi Nenten; Japanese gendai (modern)…

Read More

Montage #15: Juneteenth

Montage #15, presented by Allan Burns, is now up here on The Haiku Foundation website. This week’s theme is “Juneteenth” (Freedom Day or Emancipation Day), commemorating the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. State of Texas in…

Read More

Periplum #2

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 .............................................................................................................................................................................. Periplum #2 by David…

Read More

Viral 3.2

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…

Read More

Paul O. Williams

Paul O. Williams 1935 — June 2, 2009 - professor emeritus of English (Principia College) - Haiku, senryū, and tanka poet                                  - Award-winning author of nine science fiction books  - President of the Haiku Society of America (1999)          - Vice-President…

Read More

Name the New Troutswirl Section

Name the New Troutswirl Section by Peter Yovu Was there ever an adventure, big or small, that did not begin with a question, and that was not fueled at every bend with further questions and ongoing curiosity and the longing…

Read More

Viral 2.2

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…

Read More

Montage #14

Montage #14, presented by Allan Burns, is now up here on The Haiku Foundation website. This week’s theme is “Water Works” and features the haiku of Yosa Buson (与謝蕪村), Christopher Herold and Kirsty Karkow.

Read More

Envoy 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) • Envoy…

Read More

Viral 1.2

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…

Read More
Back To Top