Larry Eigner (1927-1996), American poet, and one of the principal figures in the Black Mountain School.
Two trends are worth noting as The Red Moon Anthology begins its second decade of offering the best haiku published in English from around the world.
Highly recommended to those who enjoy reading haiku practiced in the time-honoured way.
Johnny exploits this contrast between the peaceful and destructive connotations of ‘silo’ to its extremes.
...a work of art of rare quality.
. . .turns her brilliant, imaginative attention to the future in a degraded world.
. . . the next in our once-a-month series of Red Moon haiku anthologies edited by Jim Kacian,
...should be on everyone’s virtual bookshelf.
In her youth, Jane spent time as a teacher of ESL in Vietnam.
George has considerable talent with haiku AND with more traditional forms like the sonnet.
Editors scan a variety of print and online publications, including journals, anthologies and chapbooks . . .
Gage softens the edges of his realistic observations with a Stoical humour and compassion
ekphrasis, defined as the vivid, often dramatic, verbal description of a visual work of art . . .
Doughty is a craftsman . . .
Maeve O’Sullivan’s first collection touches on many themes . . .
Nothing Left to Say, edited by Marco Fraticelli, is Roberta Beary's contribution, graciously ending the prestigious Hexagram Series,
Short, learned, artfully-worded personal responses to individual haiku
. . . the longest running series of its kind, thanks to Red Moon's team of discerning editors and contributors.
. . . close observations that find unusual angles on the familiar.
“If haibun didn’t exist, it’s possible that Hortensia Anderson would have had to invent it” —Jim Kacian