Nina Wicker founded the literary journal Manna which she edited and produced from 1980 to 1993.
Sushama Kapur - with flying colours
Ken Jones was not only a haiku poet but that he also played an important part in educating others about haibun.
Alan Summers finds respect in a well-crafted verb
Maeve O' Sullivan is a founding member of the Hibernian Poetry Workshop and Haiku Ireland.
Ann Smith adds a few wrinkles
K. Ramesh is one of India’s earliest recruits to haiku and tanka.
Corine Timmer’s haiga range is inexhaustible
Melanie Alberts takes a rounded view
Peggy Bilbro's imagination is inspired
Keith Evetts offers a medley of thoughts.
Nick T combs through the sensory details.
Books of the Week in 2021
Enjoy music inspired by the haiku of Issa
Sushama Kapur is caught in a moment.
Shilpa Bharti brings a calligraphic approach to her haiga
Robert Spiess (16 October 1921 – 13 March 2002) was editor of American Haiku and Modern Haiku.
Keith Evetts is engaged by contrast.
Cranes Arise is a collection of haiku scenes presented with place names.
Peggy Bilbro looks beyond the surface.