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Periplum Has Moved to the Forum

Our regular readers will be familiar with Periplum, a series of blog posts by David Lanoue that explore twenty-first -century haiku from around the planet. David says of the series: "My aim is to present recent haiku from different places,…

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Periplum #12: Tito Andres Ramos

Periplum is a section that is devoted to 20th and 21st century haiku from around the world Periplum #12: Meet Tito Andres Ramos BY Tom Painting I first met Tito Andres Ramos during the 2005-2006 school year when he was…

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Periplum #11: Umberto Senegal

Periplum is a section that is devoted to 20th and 21st century haiku from around the world Periplum #11: Umberto Senegal BY David G. Lanoue Umberto Senegal, founder and president of the Colombian Haiku Association, has been writing and publishing…

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Periplum #10

Periplum is a section that is devoted to 20th and 21st century haiku from around the world Periplum #10: Slavko Sedlar BY David G. Lanoue The word "suchness" evokes, in the lexicon of Zen Buddhism, a vivid perceiving of the…

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Periplum #9

Periplum is a section that is devoted to 20th and 21st century haiku from around the world. Periplum is overseen by David G. Lanoue. For an introduction to this section, see Periplum. Periplum #9: Chie Aiko BY David G. Lanoue…

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Periplum #8

Periplum is a section that is devoted to 20th and 21st century haiku from around the world. Periplum is overseen by David G. Lanoue. For an introduction to this section, see Periplum. Periplum #8: Ami Tanaka BY David G. Lanoue…

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Periplum #7

Periplum is a section that is devoted to 20th and 21st century haiku from around the world. Periplum is overseen by David G. Lanoue. For an introduction to this section, see Periplum. Periplum #7: Saša Važić BY David G. Lanoue…

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Periplum #6

Periplum #6: Casmiro de Brito By David G. Lanoue Casimiro de Brito is a prolific writer of essays, fiction and poetry who, from time to time, also writes haiku. He is the author of fifty books. His works have appeared…

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Periplum #5

Periplum #5: Jean-Pierre Colleu by David G. Lanoue Jean-Pierre Colleu is a young French poet who lives in the city of Rennes. His two books to-date, Une manière d'extase ("A Way of Ecstasy" - 2006) and Le passage intérieur ("The…

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Periplum #4

Following on the heels of Haiku North America 2009, David has a new installment of Periplum for troutswirl readers, this time on Fay Aoyagi and her work fused with the talk he gave at HNA. Enjoy! ...................................................................................................................................... Periplum is a…

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Periplum #3

Periplum returns this month with the series' third installment. This time it is a sampling of work by Masahiro Koike—work that I think will be exciting, inspiring and challenging for haiku enthusiasts in subject matter as well as expression and…

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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…

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Periplum

   “periplum, not as land looks on a map     but as sea bord seen by men sailing.”    — Ezra Pound (Canto 59) Like Envoys, Periplum is a section that will be devoted to 20th and 21st century non-English haiku. This section, however,…

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Periplum #1

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 by David G. Lanoue Keiji…

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