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For this issue, the editors of Juxtapositions invited some of the leading women contributors to English-language haiku to offer perspectives on influential women mentors, including discussions of distinctive features of haiku composed by women. In response to our call, poets offered a range of detailed reflections, as unique and fascinating as their own haiku paths. Taken together, these reflections add a vital dimension to the history of modern haiku and should help kindle the next generation of mentors.

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