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Narrative to gendai

Started by Diane of RosenberryBooks, July 22, 2014, 11:58:49 AM

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Diane of RosenberryBooks

Just the title of our new book of haiku - Blue Wolves Are Howling Grapefruit Orange - alerts the reader to a new reality.

The seventy-seven poems, written by Tyler Pruett, form a narrative, yet we begin to veer into alternate realities via gendai.

Sometimes gendai haiku can pierce what we call "reality" and take us deeper into a more expansive vision of what reality might be.

This visionary quality is evident in Blue Wolves Are Howling Grapefruit Orange.

Here, the reader is taken on a gradual road from what is known and observed, and in an astonishing fashion,
is led to an interior territory of what might be...

Please also visit our blog post about gendai - and add your 2 cents!

Diane Katz of

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