It’s been a while since we’ve added any blogs to THF blogroll—and certainly not for the lack of wanting. Recently, however, William Sorlien brought to our attention his haiku blog, Haiku Bandit Society. While looking at the HBS’s blogroll, I realized, quite surprisingly (naively really), that there were quite a few blogs devoted, in some way or another, to English-language haiku. Many more than I had imagined or noticed before.
Not all of them, of course, are new, or even recent. We can only see and search so much.
Some questions though.
What can we make of all of these blogs devoted to haiku? What does this say about technology and culture? Also, what does it say about haiku, and the connection between haiku and technology?
Are there any repercussions? What are the implications? How do you think haiku, if at all, will be affected (or is being affected) by this ever-expanding means of expression?
Here is a list of recently found and added haiku blogs:
If you know of others, or have one we have yet to add, please let us know.