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Stanford M. Forrester is a past president of the Haiku Society of America and founder and editor of bottle rockets.
Wendy Mader — making a difference: commentaries on Marian Olson's haiku "the world having become / what it is / I plant a few bulbs"
Winnows contains haiku and senryu “plundered” from Herman Melville's Moby Dick.
Gloria Whitney — the freedom to value ourselves and others: Annette Makino's "heirloom tomato / finally comfortable / in my own skin"
Rupa Anand - unstated yet vivid sensory scope: commentaries on Brad Bennett's "sugar season/a boy with his ear/to the bucket"
Mark Meyer brings a scientific mind and training to his practice of haiga
Amoolya Kamalnath — a playfully poignant ku: Elancharan Gunasekaran's "dusk / tipping dinosaurs / off the edge of the sofa"
Jack Galmitz was born in New York City in 1951. His poems, haiku and free verse, have appeared in publications worldwide.
Sushama Kapur — a poignant "if..." Comments on a haiku by Bruce Kennedy.
Matt Cariello - embracing multiple readings simultaneously
Roderick writes: “For me the haiku and its relationship to my nature photographs is the best way to express the beauty of life..."
Mariel Herbert — a poem immense in scope
Melanie Alberts’s haiga is a product of her second immersion in the Eastern arts . . .
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Ishida Hakyō
Melanie Alberts — a haiku that's not too enigmatic
She has published nine collections of poetry and received two Touchstone Distinguished Book Awards.
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Tina Mowrey
Amanda White — a deeply relatable haiku
Our conversation with Julie Schwerin, trailblazer in the establishment of outdoor haiku installations.