Amanda White — a deeply relatable haiku
Our conversation with Julie Schwerin, trailblazer in the establishment of outdoor haiku installations.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of James Welsh
Amoolya Kamalnath — a haiku with mystery
Adjei Agyei-Baah is the the co-founder of the Africa Haiku Network and The Mamba.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Raymond Cobley
Ann Smith — a little bird told me…
Rick Clark is a poet, editor, and educator who has also dabbled in classical violin, birds, filmmaking, photography, Zen, and yoga.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Issa
Sébastien Revon - thanking Mum
Hiroyuki Tsuda brings the histories of two haiku traditions to bear on his haiga practice
Dejan Pavlinović (born January 30, 1968) is a Croatian haiku poet and a graduate in English and German languages and literature.
Matt Cariello — deducing a negative charge against a man's behaviour
Joshua Gage — capturing existential anguish; a near universal emotion
Annie is featured in a Haiku Foundation Poet Profile and lives in London, England.
Amoolya Kamalnath - a soulful senryu: commentaries on Eleonore Nickolay's poem "All Soul's Day/my cake never as good/as hers"
This book features some poets who are the first in their country to make their cultures aware of haiku.
Sébastien Revon - a surrealist poem of longing and awe — commentary on Peter Yovu's poem "sunrise darkens the face I dream with"
Elizabeth Crocket includes photo haiku in her haiku toolbox
This is a collection of renku by British poets Colin Blundell and Dick Pettit.