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Book of the Week: Anthology of the Southern California Haiku Study Group

 

 

The Southern California Haiku Study Group, founded in 1997 by Jerry Ball and moderated by Deborah Kolodji, meets monthly at the Hill Avenue Branch Public Library in Pasadena, California, to workshop haiku. Annual anthologies of members’ haiku are another prime focus of group activity, and we are pleased to present their 2001 Anthology, edited by Jerry Ball, as our Book of the Week.

 

Filled with spider webs
the arms of the saguaro
reaching for the sky
– Tom Bilicke

 

days grow longer
the bed is wrinkled
on one side
– Margaret Hehman-Smith

 

in the mirror
a much older woman
returns my glance
– Naia

 

You can read the entire book in the THF Digital Library.

Do you have a chapbook published 2010 or earlier you would like featured as a Book of the Week? Contact us for details.

Haiku featured in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by THF Digital Librarian Garry Eaton, and are used with permission

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