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Essence #6 Featuring Rod Willmot

Essences explores the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America .................................................................................................................................................................................... Carmen Sterba recently asked Rod Willmot, Canadian haiku poet and former publisher of Burnt Lake Press, about how he came to haiku, his influences, his evolution as a…

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Essence #5

Essences explores the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America .................................................................................................................................................................................... Essence #5 Different Approaches to Haiku: Virgil & Spiess By Carmen Sterba Then as now, poets found their voices in haiku through divergent styles in the first decades…

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Essence #4

Essences explores the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America .................................................................................................................................................................................... Essence #4 The Explosion of Haiku Journals and Beginning of The Haiku Society of America By Carmen Sterba Numerous haiku journals came out one after another in the…

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Essence #3 (part 3)

Essences explores the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America .................................................................................................................................................................................... Essence #3 (part 3) By Carmen Sterba Carmen Sterba's Interview with Cor van den Heuvel 〜Part 3 of 3〜 Carmen Sterba: Does the fact that you read your…

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Essence #3 (part 2)

Essences explores the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America .................................................................................................................................................................................... Essence #3 (part 2) By Carmen Sterba Carmen Sterba's Interview with Cor van den Heuvel 〜Part 2 of 3〜 Carmen Sterba: How much were you influenced by Jack…

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Essence #3 (part 1)

Essences began as a column written by Carmen Sterba in the North American Post in Seattle, WA, a bilingual newspaper in Japanese and English. Its purpose is to go back to the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America:…

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Essence #2

Essences began as a column written by Carmen Sterba in the North American Post in Seattle, WA, a bilingual newspaper in Japanese and English. Its purpose is to go back to the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America:…

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Essence #1

 Essences began as a column written by Carmen Sterba in  the North American Post in Seattle, WA, a bilingual  newspaper in Japanese and English. Its purpose is to go  back to the roots of the "haiku movement" in North America:…

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Essences (Introduction)

We're starting another section here on troutswirl. This one is entitled Essences and will be written by Carmen Sterba. See the Intro below: Essences began as a column written by Carmen Sterba in the North American Post in Seattle, WA,…

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