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A brand new collection I can heartily recommend is
noise of our origin,
haiku by Dietmar Tauchner: http://www.redmoonpress.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=32&products_id=181



“Haiku often contain yūgen, a signature of mystery and poignancy outside the feeling of being sad and lonely. Add the fact the 21st century becomes ever the world of science then haiku is a different kind of instruction manual, its secrets unearthing the reader’s creativity, and so indeed it needs to address the fresh century. Noise of our Origin is an attempt to combine the old with the new, and take its readers forward. A wonderful collection!”
—Alan Summers

“An ambidextrous poet, equally effective in German and English, Dietmar Tauchner is an energetic contributor to the cause of haiku as world literature. Noise of our Origin presents the dreams and reality of a night that rarely comes closer to daylight than dawn or dusk. Confabulating the source of words and cosmic noise, it is like a radio tuned purposefully between stations and interpreted with a discerning ear.” — John Stevenson

ISBN: 978-1-936848-27-0
Pages: 98
Size: 4.25" x 6.5"
Binding: perfect softbound [/img]

“Haiku often contain yūgen, a signature of mystery and poignancy outside the feeling of being sad and lonely. Add the fact the 21st century becomes ever the world of science then haiku is a different kind of instruction manual, its secrets unearthing the reader’s creativity, and so indeed it needs to address the fresh century. Noise of our Origin is an attempt to combine the old with the new, and take its readers forward. A wonderful collection!”
—Alan Summers

“An ambidextrous poet, equally effective in German and English, Dietmar Tauchner is an energetic contributor to the cause of haiku as world literature. Noise of our Origin presents the dreams and reality of a night that rarely comes closer to daylight than dawn or dusk. Confabulating the source of words and cosmic noise, it is like a radio tuned purposefully between stations and interpreted with a discerning ear.” — John Stevenson

ISBN: 978-1-936848-27-0
Pages: 98
Size: 4.25" x 6.5"
Binding: perfect softbound