The latest post for Haiku Dialogue appears on our Home page each Wednesday. If you don’t see it on the Home page, click this link to view the Haiku Dialogue Archive.
The latest post also appears in the Troutswirl blog. If you don’t see it on the first page of the blog, click the link for page two.
Haiku Dialogue posts appear each Wednesday, and contain a new prompt, along with a selection of poems from the previous week. Comments are encouraged — join in the discussion!
You might want to visit the Haiku Windows & A Sense of Place archives.
In 2017 kjmunro was invited to design a column for The Haiku Foundation’s Troutswirl blog to follow on Jim Kacian’s popular Haiku in the Workplace feature. Her first project was Haiku Windows, a series of window prompts, which ran through the first half of 2018. This was followed by A Sense of Place, a 6-month theme that combined one of the senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch) with a specific location (shore, mountain, meadow/field, hiking trail, city sidewalk) each week.
The current iteration, Haiku Dialogue, combines the two most important aspects to come out of these features — it encourages the creation of new work, as well as an informative & respectful discussion of that work in every column. Guest editors are welcome! If you have ideas for a theme & a series of weekly prompts, you are encouraged to contact us . . .