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The do-it-yourself tradition
Allen Terdiman searches for meaning after career . . .
A touch of the sensual from across the sea . . .
Charlie Trumbull’s work as viewed from Pointe Claire.
Today's Book of the Week is Desert Wind, by Hungarian poet Ferenc Bakos, published by Red Moon Press in 2015. An electrical engineer by profession, Bakos was recognized in 2013 as one of "the 100 most creative haiku poets…
One of many terrific anthologies from Haiku North America . . .
A prize-winner from late in the last century . . .
Haiku from the hospital, in Dutch and English . . .
Love on a blue-water yacht — ah, the haiku life . . .
One of the early classics of American haiku . . .
The efficacy of good translation . . .
Haiku from the Balkans after the break-up of Yugoslavia.
Ralf Bröker is one of the finest poets writing haiku in German today.
One of the first — and best — English-language haiku anthologies.
Peter Williams has a humorous take on the haiku scene.
Jo Pacsoo translates light effects to words in this week’s Book of the Week.
Haiku from the Canadian far north.
Margarita Engle offers a naturalist’s twist to her traditional haiku.