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Select Books by Women

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Aguilar, Dorina. “Penny Harter’s Haiku of Communion with Nature.” Millikin University Haiku, (2002): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Allen, Brittani. “Simplicity and Awareness in the Poetry of Elizabeth Searle Lamb.” Millikin University Haiku, (2014): n. pag. Web. 4 March 2016.

Anderson, Hortensia and Robert D. Wilson. “Hortensia Anderson Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson.” Simply Haiku 3.4, (2005): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016. Reprinted in Simply Haiku 8.1, (2010): n. pag. Web. 12 March 2016.

Anderson, Kay. Third Morning: A Posthumous Collection of the Haiku of Kay Anderson. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2008.

Antolin, Susan. Artichoke Season: Haiku and Tanka by Susan Antolin. Walnut Creek, CA: Spare Poems Press, 2009.

Aoyagi, Fay. Hachigatsu (August). San Francisco, CA: 1995.

Aoyagi, Fay. In Borrowed Shoes. San Francisco, CA: Blue Willow Press, 2006.

Atwood, Ann. Fly with the Wind, Flow with the Water. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1979.

Atwood, Ann. Haiku: The Mood of the Earth. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1971.

Atwood, Ann. Haiku-Vision in Poetry and Photography. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1977.

Atwood, Ann. My Own Rhythm: An Approach to Haiku. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1973.

Avila, Kay M. Star Circling Inward. Santa Ana, CA, 1986.

Avila, Kay M. Under the Full Moon Maple. Santa Ana, CA, 1983.

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Baker, Miranda. “The Life and Haiku of Betty Drevniok.” Millikin University Haiku, (2003): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Baker, Winona. Clouds Empty Themselves: Island Haiku. Nanaimo, B.C.: Red Cedar Press, 1987.

Baker, Winona. Moss-hung Trees: Haiku of the West Coast. Gabriola, British Columbia, Canada: Reflections Press, 1992.

Banks, Caroline Giles. The Clay Jar: Haiku, Senryu and Haibun Poems. Minneapolis, MN; Wellington-Giles Press, 2013.

Banks, Caroline Giles. The Clock Chimes: Haiku and Senryu Poems. Minneapolis, MN; Wellington Press, 2002.

Banks, Caroline Giles. Picture a Poem: Ekphrastic and Other Poems. Minneapolis, MN; Wellington-Giles Press, 2014. Signed.

Banks, Caroline Giles. Tigers, Temples and Marigolds: Haiku and Haibun Poems. Minneapolis, MN; Wellington-Giles Press, 2013.

Banks, Caroline Giles. Warm Under the Cat: Haiku and Senryu Poems. Minneapolis, MN; Wellington Press, 1995.

Beary, Roberta. Deflection. Lexington, KY: Accents Publishing, 2015.

Beary, Roberta, Girl Reading: Selected Haibun of Roberta Beary. 2010.

Beary, Roberta. The Unworn Necklace: Haiku and Senryu. Waterloo, Liverpool, England: Snapshot Press, 2007.

Beary, Roberta, Ellen Compton and Kala Ramesh, Editors. Wishbone Moon. Durham, NC; Jacar Press, 2018.

Beary, Roberta. “Go Tell It on the Mountain: The Personal in Haiku.” New Zealand Poetry Society, (2012): n. pag. Web. 22 March 2016.

Belleau, Janick and Micheline Beaudry, Editors. Arcade Revue, Deux essays sur des femmes poétes japonaises et des haikus. Montréal, Canada: Arcade Revue, No. 64, Autumn, 2005.

Belleau, Janick. “Canadian Haiku Women and Inner Thoughts.” AHA Poetry, (2009): 1-6. Web. 23 March 2016.

Belleau, Janick. “Haiku Women Connected Through Inner Life . . . Whether from Japan, France or Canada.” The Haiku Foundation Digital Library, (2013): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016. [English and French PDF versions available at Haiku Canada, (2009): n. pag. Web. 12 April 2016.]

Belleau, Janick. “Haiku Women Pioneers from Sea to Sea (1928-1985).” The Haiku Foundation Digital Library, (2014): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Belleau, Janick. Humeur . . . Haïku et Tanka. Montréal, Canada: Carte Blanche Publications, 2003.

Belleau, Janick and Guy Simser. “Janick Belleau Interviewed by Guy Simser.” Simply Haiku 8.3, (2011): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Belleau, Janick and Micheline Beaudry, Editors. L’Érotique Poème Court/Haiku. Bruxelles, Belgique: Biliki Editions, 2006.

Belleau, Janick, Guest Feature Editor. Revue Ellipse Mag: Canadian Writing in Translation. [Guest editor of the feature on haiku and short poems by women.] Fredericton, Canada: Revue Ellipse Mag, No. 77, Summer, 2006.

Belleau, Janick. “Women and Haiku in French: Thematic Evolution.” AHA Poetry, (2008): 1-9. Web. 23 March 2016.

Bernard, Natalie. “A Comparison of Haiku by Margaret Chula and Alexis Rotella.” Millikin University Haiku, (2001): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Bernard, Natalie. “Margaret Chula’s Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2001): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Bluger, Marianne. Faint Notes: A Posthumous Collection of the Haiku of Marianne Bluger. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2008.

Bluger, Marianne. Tamarack & Clearcut. Ottawa, Ontario: Carleton University Press, 1997.

Bogue, Lucile Maxfield. Typhoon! Typhoon! An Illustrated Haiku Sequence. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1969.

Boynton, Bruce. “Featured Poet Alexis Rotella.” Prune Juice 7, (2012): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Boynton, Bruce. “Meeting . . . Alexis Rotella.” Prune Juice 6, (2011): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Braden, Elizabeth. “Musical Haiku of Elizabeth Searle Lamb.” Millikin University Haiku, (2006): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Brown, Naomi Y. Haiku Tapestry. El Paso, TX: Yucca Books, 1996.

Brown, Naomi Y. Season’s Enigma. El Paso, TX: Yucca Books, 1989.

Buettner, Marjorie. Some Measure of Existence: Collected Haibun of Marjorie Buettner. Red Wing, MN: Red Dragonfly Press, 2014.

Buettner, Marjorie. “The Return Message: A Pilgrim’s Way of Longing.” Modern Haiku 40.1 (2009): 65-70.

Burns, Molly. “Painter Poet Francine Porad.” Millikin University Haiku, (2005): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

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Callahan, Mary. “Coming of Age Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2018): n. pag. Web. 7 October 2019.

Campion, Susan Galletti. “Women’s Voice: Senryu Has Its Place.” Frogpond 36.2, (2013): 112-128. Web. 9 March 2016.

Carter, Terry Ann. Hue: A Day at Butchart Gardens. A Haiku Primer by T.A. Carter. Lantzville, British Columbia: Leaf Press, 2014.

Carter, Terry Ann, Editor. Lighting the Global Lantern: A Teacher’s Guide to Writing Haiku and Related Literary Forms. Township of South Frontenac, Ontario, Canada: Wintergreen Studios Press, 2011.

Carter, Terry Ann. Now You Know. Pointe Claire, Quebec: King’s Road Press, 2011.

Carter, Terry Ann. On the Road to Naropa. My Love Affair with Jack Kerouac: A Haibun Memoir. Edmonton, Alberta: Inkling Press, 2015.

Carter, Terry Ann. “Past the Stars: Remembering Marianne Bluger.” Haiku Canada, (2006): n. pag. Web. 12 April 2016.

Carter, Terry Ann. Tokaido. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2017.

Chenoweth, Helen Stiles. Pageant of Seasons: A Collection of American Haiku. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1970.

Chenoweth, Helen Stiles, Editor. Borrowed Water: A Book of American Haiku. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1966.

Chia, Ai Li. Words. London: The Empty Press, 1995.

Chia, Ai Li. Words2. London: The Empty Press, 1995.

Chula, Margaret. Always Filling Always Full. Lake Oswego, OR: Katsura Press, 2001.

Chula, Margaret. Grinding My Ink. Lake Oswego, OR: Katsura Press, 1993.

Chula, Margaret. Grinding My Ink. Lake Oswego, OR: Katsura Press, 1995. Audio cassette.

Chula, Margaret. The Smell of Rust. Lake Oswego, OR: Katsura Press, 2003.

Ciaccio, Liz. “Illuminating Life with Jeanne Emrich’s Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2006): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Clement, Rosa and Robert D. Wilson. “Rosa Clement Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson.” Simply Haiku 2.5, (2004): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Cobb, Kathy Lippard and Robert D. Wilson. “Kathy Lippard-Cobb Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson.” Simply Haiku 2.3, (2004): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Coffman, Brett. “Miriam Borne: Haiku of the People.” Millikin University Haiku, (2008): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Compton, Ellen. Gathering Dusk. Liverpool, UK: Snapshot Press, 2015.

Compton, Ellen. “On a Haiku by L.A. Davidson.” A Hundred Gourds 3.1, (2013): n. pag. Web. 10 March 2016.

Constable, Susan. “Kozue Uzawa — Tanka Poet, Founder and Editor of GUSTS.” A Hundred Gourds 2.2, (2013): n. pag. Web. 10 March 2016.

Cook, Wanda D. après bath. Haiku Circle, Northfield, MA, 2009.

Cook, Wanda D. In That One Place. Greenfield, MA: Tribe Press, 2006.

Cook, Wanda D. when dandelions were flowers. Haiku Circle, Northfield, MA, 2014.

Cox, Aubrie. “An Interview with Donna M. Bauerly.” Frogpond 39.2, (2016): 65-69. Web. 23 January 2016.

Cox, Aubrie. Out of Translation. Somerville, VA: Kattywompus Press, 2015

Cox, Aubrie. Rainy Monday. Decatur, IL: 2011.

Cox, Aubrie. Tea’s Aftertaste. Decatur, IL: Bronze Man Books, 2011.

Cox, Aubrie. “Visual Haiku of Marlene Mountain.” Millikin University Haiku, (2008): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Cuff, Olivia. “Childhood Through Ruth Yarrow’s Haiku Eyes.” Millikin University Haiku, (2014): n. pag. Web. 4 March 2016.

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Davidson, L.A. Bird Song More and More. Northfield, MA: Swamp Press, 2003.

Davidson, L.A. My Fifty Favorite Haiku. Edited by Laura Tanna. Miami, FL: DLT Associates, Inc., 2017.

Davidson, L.A. These Few Blocks: A Posthumous Collection of the Haiku of L.A. (Agnes) Davidson. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2008.

Davis, Proxade. The Moment of Haiku: A Talk. Hyannis, MA: Cape Cod Haiku Society, 1980.

Davis, Proxade. Scrub Pine: Haiku, Senryu & Poems of Cape Cod. Hyannis, MA: 1980.

Davis, Proxade. Scrub Pine II: Haiku, Senryu & Poems of Cape Cod. Hyannis, MA: 1981. Second edition.

Day, Cherie Hunter. Early Indigo. Liverpool, UK: Snapshot Press, 2000.

Day, Cherie Hunter. For Want. Princeton, NJ: Ornithopter Press, 2017.

Day, Cherie Hunter. The Horse with One Blue Eye. Waterloo, UK: Snap Shot Press, 2006.

Dean, Sharon. “Janice M. Bostok.” Haiku Oz, (2011): n. pag. 11 April 2016.

de Cristoforo, Violet Kazue Matsuda. “There is Always Tomorrow: An Anthology of Wartime Haiku.” Amerasia Journal 19:1 (1993): 93-115.

De Lancey, Frenzella Elaine. “Refusing to Be Boxed In: Sonia Sanchez’s Transformation of The Haiku Form.” Language and Literature in the African American Imagination. 21-36. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.

Deming, Kristen. Eyes of the Blossoms. Tokyo, 1997.

Deming, Kristen. Plum Afternoon. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2017.

Deodhar, Angelee and Robert D. Wilson. “Angelee Deodhar Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson 1.” Simply Haiku 1.6, (2003): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Deodhar, Angelee and Robert D. Wilson. “Angelee Deodahr Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson 2.” Simply Haiku 4.4, (2006): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Dietrich, Stephanie. “Marlene Mountain’s Own Haiku Path.” Millikin University Haiku, (2006): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Digregorio, Charlotte. Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All. Winnetka, IL: Artful Communicators Press, 2014.

Donegan, Patricia. “Allen Ginsberg’s Naked Haiku” in Kyoto Journal #59, 2004.

Donegan, Patricia. Bone Poems: Mini-Cantos. Boulder, CO: Chinook Press, 1985.

Donegan, Patricia and Yoshie Ishibashi. Chiyo-ni Woman Haiku Master. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1998.

Donegan, Patricia. “Chiyo-ni’s Haiku Style.” Simply Haiku 2.3, (2004): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Donegan, Patricia. “Haiku and the Ecotastrophe” in Dharma Gaia: Harvest of Essays in Buddhism & Ecology. Berkeley: Parallax Press, 1990.

Donegan, Patricia. Haiku: Asian Arts & Crafts for Creative Kids. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 2003.

Donegan, Patricia. Haiku Mind: 108 Poems to Cultivate Awareness and Open Your Heart. Boston, MA: Shambala, 2008.

Donegan, Patricia. “Haiku: The Birth and Death of Each Moment” in Kyoto Journal #50, 2002.

Donegan, Patricia. Heralding the Milk Light: A Post High-Tech Poetics Cosmology. San Francisco: Kokoro Press, 1993.

Donegan, Patricia. Hot Haiku. Boulder, CO: Kokoro Press, 1980.

Donegan, Patricia. “Love Haiku” in Kyoto Journal #49, 2001.

Donegan, Patricia with Yoshie Ishibashi, translators. Love Haiku: Japanese Poems of Yearning, Passion & Remembrance. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 2010.

Donegan, Patricia, and Jim Cohen, eds. Never Mind. Boulder, CO: Kokoro Press, 1980.

Donegan, Patricia. “On Chiyo-ni’s Way of Haiku” in The Shambhala Sun, January 2007.

Donegan, Patricia. “Translation through a Veil” in Young Leaves, An Old Way of Seeing New: Writings on Haiku in English. San Jose, California: Yuki Teiki Haiku Society, 2000.

Donegan, Patricia. Without Warning: Poems. Berkeley, CA: Parallax Press, 1990.

Donegan, Patricia. Write Your Own Haiku for Kids. North Clarendon, Vermont: Tuttle Publishing, 2017.

Drevniok, Betty and Ava Kar. Day’s End: A Renga. Aylmer, Quebec: Proof Press, 2001.

Drevniok, Betty (Makato). Focus on a Shadow. Ottawa, Canada: Commoners’ Publishing Society, 1977.

Drevniok, Betty. Aware — A Haiku Primer. Bellingham, WA: Portals Publications, 1981.

Drevniok, Betty (Makato). Inland: Three Rivers from an Ocean. Ottawa, Canada: Commoners’ Publishing Society, 1977.

Drevniok, Betty. Smell of Earth. Aylmer, Quebec: Haiku Canada Sheet, 1987.

Drevniok, Betty. Thoughts of Spring. Pointe Claire, Quebec: King’s Road Press, 1993.

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Emrich, Jeanne (Erickson). Barely Dawn. Minneapolis, MN: Lone Egret Press, 1999.

Emrich, Jeanne (Erickson). The Haiku Habit. Minneapolis, MN: Lone Egret Press, 1996.

Emrich, Jeanne and Robert D. Wilson. “Jeanne Emrich Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson.” Simply Haiku 2.1, (2004): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Emrich, Jeanne. The Pleiades at Dawn: A Tanka Collection. Minneapolis, MN: Lone Egret Press, 2007.

Engle, Margarita. Dreaming Sunlight: Haiku. Shrewsbury, UK: Feather Books, 2003.

Engle, Margarita Mondrus. Tzintzuntzan. Murray, KY: Lorrah & Hitchcock Publishers, 1984.

Engle, Margarita. Smoketree. Battle Ground, IN: High/Coo press, 1983. Mini-chapbook 17.

Engle, Margarita. Word Wings: Poems of Faith and Fun. Oostburg, WI: Elin Grace Publishing, 2004.

Eulberg, Sister Mary Thomas. Fair Are Fowl. Battleground, IN: High/Coo Press, 1980. Mini-chapbook 8.

Eulberg, Sister Mary Thomas. Far as the Eye Can See. Dubuque, IA, 1990.

Eulberg, Sister Mary Thomas. Grains of Incense. Glen Burnie, MD: Windchimes, 1983.

Eulberg, Sister Mary Thomas. Wind and River and We. Dubuque, IA: Whee Press, 1991.

Everett, Claire and Robert D. Wilson. “Claire Everett Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson.” Simply Haiku 9.3, (2011): n. pag. Web. 13 March 2016.

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Figgins, Ross. “Helen Stiles Chenoweth: A Pulse — Beating!” Modern Haiku 5.2, (1974): 7-9. Web. 9 March 2016.

Finley, Deja. “Morning Haiku by Sonia Sanchez.” Millikin University Haiku, (2014): n. pag. Web. 4 March 2016.

Fitzgerald, Sandra. “Lorraine Ellis Harr’s the Red Barn Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2009): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Fleur-de-Lisa. The Unworn Necklace & Other Songs. Raleigh, NC: Liquid 5th Studios, 2010. [Music CD of acapella haiku songs]

Forehand, Julie. “Karen Sohne’s Fun-filled Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2003): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Ford, Lorin. “Tea’s Aftertaste by Aubrie Cox.” A Hundred Gourds 1.2, (2012): n. pag. Web. 10 March 2016.

Ford, Lorin. “A Retrospective in Memoriam — Janice M. Bostok 1942-2011.” A Hundred Gourds 1.1, (2011): n. pag. Web. 10 March 2016.

Forges-Ryan, Sylvia & Edward Ryan. Take a Deep Breath: The Haiku Way to Inner Peace. New York, NY: Kodansha International, 2002.

Forges-Ryan, Sylvia. What Light There Is: Haiku, Senryu, and Tanka. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2016. Haiga illustrations by Ion Codrescu.

Frampton, Alice. From Here. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2019.

Frampton, Alice. A Gate Left Open. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2000.

Frampton, Alice. Stepping Back. Napanee, ON: Paw Press, 2001. Broadside Miniature 30.

French, Terri L. A Ladybug on My Words. Huntsville, AL, 2010.

Friedman, Abigail. The Haiku Apprentice: Memoirs of Writing Poetry in Japan. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press, 2006.

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Gage, Joshua. “The Postdomestic Woman in Roberta Beary’s The Unworn Necklace.” Juxtapositions: A Journal of Haiku Research and Scholarship 4.1 (2018), 75-87.

Gallagher, D. Claire. How Fast the Ground Moves. Normal, IL: Saki Press, 2002.

Gallagher, D. Claire. The Nether World. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2009.

Galmitz, Jack. “Jouissance: The Poetic Achievement of Fay Aoyagi.” A Hundred Gourds 1.3, (2012): n. pag. Web. 10 March 2016.

Galmitz, Jack. “Then I Must Go to the Mountain: (Space Reserved) For Marlene Mountain.” Roadrunner Haiku Journal 12.2, (2012): n. pag. Web. 22 March 2016.

Garry, Nikki. “Barbara Ressler’s Schoolhouse of Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2002): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

George, Beverley and Jeanne Emrich. “Between Us: An Interview with Beverley George by Jeanne Emrich.” Tanka Online, (no date): n. pag. Web. 16 April 2016.

George, Beverley and Patricia Prime. “Beverley George Interviewed by Patricia Prime.” Simply Haiku 4.3, (2006): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

George, Beverley. Empty Garden: Tanka by Beverley George. Sydney, Australia: Yellow Moon, 2006.

George, Beverley. Spinifex. Tasmania, Australia: Pardalote Press, 2006.

Gilli, Ferris. Shaped by the Wind. Waterloo, UK: Snapshot Press, 2006.

Giroux, Joan. The Haiku Form. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1974.

Godwin, Jennifer. “A Deeper Look: The Haiku of Joanne Morcom.” Millikin University Haiku, (2009): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Gourlay, Caroline and Laurie Torbert. “An Interview with Caroline Gourlay.” Millikin University Haiku, (2009): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Gourlay, Caroline. Lull Before Dark: Haiku by Caroline Gourlay. Decatur, IL: Brooks Books, 2005.

Gourlay, Caroline. This Country. Long Eaton, Nottingham, England: Poetry Monthly Press, 2005.

Gourlay, Caroline. Through the Café Door. Liverpool, England: Snapshot Press, 2000.

Greenwell, Eve. “Aubrie Cox’s Haiku for Readers.” Millikin University Haiku, (2015): n. pag. Web. 4 March 2016.

Greve, Gabi and Fluerasu Petre. “An Interview with Gabi Greve by Fluerasu Petre.” World Kigo Database (WKD). Daruma Museum, Japan, (2007). Web. 12 April 2016.

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Hadman, Ty. “Poet Profile: Anne McKay.” AHA Poetry, (2001): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Hadman, Ty. “Poet Profile: An’ya.” AHA Poetry, (2001): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Hadman, Ty. “Poets Profile: Beatrice Brissman, Jane Andrew, Evelyn Tooley Hunt, Ana Takseena, Roberta Stewart, Viola Provenzano, Mary Truth Fowler, Ana Barton, Margaret G. Robinson, and Mary Dragonetti.” AHA Poetry, (2000): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Hadman, Ty. “Poet Profile: Helen Chenoweth.” AHA Poetry, (2000): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Hadman, Ty. “Poet Profile: Janice Bostok.” AHA Poetry, (2000): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Hadman, Ty. “Poet Profile: Lorraine Ellis Harr.” AHA Poetry, (2006): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Haedike, Hannah. “Journey Through Casualty: Terry Ann Carter’s Tokaido.” Millikin University Haiku, (2018): n. pag. Web. 7 October 2019.

Haile, Kristen. “Alexis Rotella: Simple Complexity.” Millikin University Haiku, (2008): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Hall, Carolyn. The Doors All Unlocked. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2012.

Hall, Carolyn. How to Paint the Finch’s Song. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2010.

Hall, Carolyn. In and Out of Shadow. Lufkin, TX: True Vine Press, 2008.

Hall, Carolyn. Water Lines. Waterloo, UK: Snapshot Press, 2006.

Harman, Penny. “Joanne Morcom’s Horror Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2004): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. Cats Crows Frogs & Scarecrows. Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts, 1975.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. China Sojourn. Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts, 1981.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. A Flight of Herons: Haiku Seascapes & Seasons. Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts, 1977.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis, Editor. Frog Bites. Portland, OR: Pond Stars Press, 1993.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. “Honorary Curator Lorraine Ellis Harr, 2001-2002.” American Haiku Archives, (2001): n. pag. Web. 14 March 2016.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. The Red Barn: Variations on a Pastoral Theme in Haiku (For My Mother, Myrtle Hickman Ellis). Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts, 1975.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. Ripe Papaya & Orange Slices (After the Chinese). Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts, 1976.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. Snowflakes in the Wind. Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts, 1976.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. 70 Sevens: Pathways of the Dragonfly. Salt Lake City, UT: Middlewood Press, 1986.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. Sparklers: A Posthumous Collection of the Haiku of Tombo. Winchester, VA: Red Moon Press, 2008.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. Sundowners. Manchester, NH: First Haiku Press, 1980.

Harr, Lorraine Ellis. Tombo: 226 Dragonfly Haiku. Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts, 1975.

Harr, Lorraine. “Tombo on Haiku: A Conversation with Lorraine Harr.” Interview with John Budan. Northwest Literary Forum, Autumn, (1995), 41-44.

Harter, Penny. In the Broken Curve. Sherbrooke, PQ: Burnt Lake Press, 1984.

Harter, Penny and Colin Stewart Jones. “An Interview with Penny Harter by Colin Stewart Jones.” Notes from the Gean 10, (2011): 210-229. Web. 21 March 2016.

Harter, Penny. The Monkey’s Face. Fanwood, NJ: From Here Press, 1987.

Harter, Penny. The Orange Balloon. Fanwood, NJ: From Here Press, 1980.

Harter, Penny. “The Relationship Between My Writing Haiku and Longer Poems.” The Haiku Foundation Digital Library, (2014): n. pag. Web. 23 March 2016.

Harter, Penny. Shadow Play: Night Haiku. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1994.

Harter, Penny. Stages and Views. Santa Fe, NM: Katydid Books, 1994.

Harter, Penny. “Writing from the Present, Past, and Future.” Frogpond 35.1, (2012): n. pag. Web. 8 March 2016. The Haiku Foundation Digital Library, Web. 18 July 2016.

Heinrich, Peggy. A Patch of Grass. Battle Ground, IN: High/Coo Press, 1984. Mini-chapbook 22.

Heinrich, Peggy. Peeling an Orange: Haiku by Peggy Heinrich. Baltimore, MD: Modern English Tanka Press, 2009.

Hill, Bri. “Peggy Lyles: A Part of Her Poetry.” Millikin University Haiku, (2003): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Hirshfield, Jane and Ce Rosenow. “At the Heart of the Heart of Haiku: An Interview with Jane Hirshfield.” Frogpond 34.3, (2011): 63-71. Web. 8 March 2016.

Hill, Katie. “Peggy Lyles: Haiku Poet.” Millikin University Haiku, (2001): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

Hirshfield, Jane, Michael McClintock, and Robert D. Wilson. “Jane Hirshfield Interviewed by Michael McClintock and Robert D. Wilson.” Simply Haiku 4.4, (2006): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Hoarau, Vincent. “Suggestiveness in Haiku Through the Work of Svetlana Marisova.” Haiku Reality 8.15, (2011): n. pag. Web. 18 March 2016.

Holzer, Ruth and Patricia Prime. “The Place Where Poetry Begins: An Interview with Ruth Holzer by Patricia Prime.” Haibun Today 4.3, (2010): n. pag. Web. 14 March 2016.

Howard, Dorothy. CADatonia AZ on the Rocks: 2. Aylmer, Quebec: Proof Press, 1994.

Hunt, Evelyn Tooley. “Meet the Scarecrow.” Modern Haiku 5.3, (1974): 7-11.

Hunt, Evelyn Tooley (Tao-Li). Dancer in the Wind. Edgewater, FL: 1977.

Hunt, Evelyn Tooley (Tao-Li). The Haiku of Tao-Li. Edgewater, FL: 1971.

Hunt, Evelyn Tooley. Toad Song: A Collection of Haiku and Other Small Poems. Wolcott, NY: Apple Press: 1966. Signed with news story about Mrs. Horace H. Hunt.

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Iadonisi, Richard A. “Amy Lowell And the Gendered Aesthetics of Haiku.” Paideuma: Studies in American And British Modernist Poetry 35.1-2 (2006): 119-131.

Iadonsi, Richard A. “Writing the (Revolutionary) Body: The Haiku of Sonia Sanchez.” African American Haiku: Cultural Visions, 129-146. Jackson, MS; University Press of Mississippi, 2016.

Isabel, Seliger. “Speaking Theory Through Poetry: Yosano Akiko (1878-1942) on Poetic Composition and Women’s Writing.” University of Hawaii, 2001. Dissertation. 292 pages.

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Johnson, Jinna. A Thousand Petals: Haiku and Tanka. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle, 1971.

Jones, Andy. “Tombo: A Dragonfly of American Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2008): n. pag. Web. 5 March 2016.

Jorgensen, Jean. A Canopy of Leaves. Edmonton, Alberta: Four Seasons Corner, 2000.

Jorgensen, Jean. And So It Was: (Poems for my Father). Victoria, B.C.: Moose Trout Interactive, 1998.

Jorgensen, Jean. Border Crossing: Haiku and Related Poetry. Edmonton, Alberta: Four Seasons Corner, 1993.

Jorgensen, Jean. Briefly Snowflakes. Pointe Claire, Quebec: King’s Road Press, 2001.

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Karkow, Kirsty and Robert D. Wilson. “Kirsty Karkow Interviewed by Robert D. Wilson.” Simply Haiku 5.3, (2007): n. pag. Web. 11 March 2016.

Kenny, Adele. At the Edge of the Woods: Selected Haiku, Senryu, and Sequences 1980-1997. Passaic, NJ: Yorkshire House Books & Muse Pie Press, 1997.

Kenny, Adele. Between Hail Marys. Passaic, NJ: Muse Pie Press, 1986.

Kenny, Adele. Notes from the Nursing Home. Fanwood, NJ: From Here Press, 1982.

Kenny, Adele. The Roses Open: A Sequence. Morristown, NJ: Jade Mountain Press, 1984.

Kenny, Adele. Starship Earth. Foster City, CA: Press Here, 1990.

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Sheirer, John. “An Interview with Alexis Rotella.” Oak Grove 1 (1986): 1-9.

Shettler, Meta L. “An African High Priestess of Haiku: Sonia Sanchez and the Principles of a Black Aesthetic.” African American Haiku: Cultural Visions, 111-128. Jackson, MS; University Press of Mississippi, 2016.

Shiffert, Edith Marcombe. Forest House with Cat: A New Collection of Brief Poems. Kyoto: Unio Corporation, 1991.

Shiffert, Edith. In the Ninth Decade. Oswego, OR: Katsura Press, 1999.

Shiffert, Edith. Kyoto-Dwelling: A Year of Brief Poems. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1987.

Shiffert, Edith. The Light Comes Slowly: Short Poems from Kyoto. Oswego, OR: Katsura Press, 1997.

Schettler, Meta L. “Sonia Sanchez’s ‘magic/now’: Black History, Haiku and Healing.” Juxtapositions: A Journal of Haiku Research and Scholarship 4.1 (2018), 55-72.

Skey, Miriam. “A Comparison of Nature Poetry by Emily Dickinson and Haiku Poets.” University of Toronto, 1966. MA thesis.

Soderberg, Amy. “Marlene Mountain: Naturally Visual Political Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2003): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

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Sohne, Karen. Such Moonlight. New York: 1995.

Spiritoso, Isabella. “She Persists: The Voices of #FemkuMag.” Millikin University Haiku, (2018): n. pag. Web. 7 October 2019.

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St. Jacques, Elizabeth. Around the Tree of Light (Sijo Poetry). Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada: Maplebud Press, 1997.

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Tabor, Susan. “Lorraine Ellis Harr’s Haiku.” Millikin University Haiku, (2004): n. pag. Web. 6 March 2016.

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Select Haiku & Tanka Magazines Edited by Women

Acorn. A.C. Missias, Editor. Philadelphia, PA: 1998-2008. Carolyn Hall, Editor. San Francisco, CA: 2008-2012. Susan Antolin, Editor. San Francisco, CA: 2012-2019.

Blithe Spirit: Journal of the British Haiku Society. Caroline Gourlay, Editor. Knighton, Powys, UK: British Haiku Society, 1998-2000. Caroline Skanne, Editor, 2019.

Bonsai: A Quarterly of Haiku. Jan and Mary Strief, Editors. Phoenix, AZ: 1976-1977.

Brussels Sprout. Alexis Rotella, Editor. Mt. Lakes, NJ: 1980-1987. Francine Porad, Editor. Mercer Island, WA: 1988-1995.

Chiyo’s Corner. Kathleen P. Decker & Mitsuko Okada, Editors. Bellevue, WA: 1999-2000.

Dragonfly: A Quarterly of Haiku Highlights. Lorraine Ellis Harr, Editor. Portland, OR: 1973-1984.

Eucalypt: A Tanka Journal. Beverley George, Editor. Pearl Beach, Australia: 2006-2016. Julie Thorndyke, Editor. Castle Hill, Australia: 2018-2019.

#Femku. Lori Minor, Editor. Norfolk, VA: 2018-2019.

Frogpond. Haiku Society of America. Lilli Tanzer, Editor. Hopewell Junction, NY: 1978-1980. Alexis Rotella, Editor. Mountain Lakes, NJ: 1983-1984. Elizabeth Searle Lamb, Editor. Santa Fe, NM: 1984-1990. Sylvia Forges-Ryan, Editor. North Haven, CT: 1991-1993. Elizabeth Searle Lamb, Editor. Santa Fe, NM: 1994. Francine Banwarth, Editor. Dubuque, IA: 2012-2015. Aubrie Cox, Editor. Knoxville, TN: 2016.

Geppo Haiku Journal. C. Joy Haas, Jane Reichhold, Jean Hale, Editors: Yuki Teikei Haiku Society.

Gusts: Contemporary Tanka. Kozue Uzawa, Editor. Lethbridge, AB, Canada: Tanka Canada, 2007-2019.

Haiku Canada Newsletter. Dorothy Howard, Editor, Aylmer, Quebec: 1990. Ruby Spriggs, Editor. Aylmer, Quebec: 1991-2001.

Haiku Highlights. Jean Calkins, Editor. Kanona, NY: J & C Transcripts: 1965-1970. Lorraine Ellis Harr, Editor. Portland, OR: 1971-1972. The journal’s name changed to Dragonfly starting with the January 1973 issue.

Haiku Poets of Northern California Newsletter. Susan Antolin, Editor. San Francisco, CA: HPNC, 2009-2011.

Haiku Quarterly. Linda S. Eymann Valentine, Editor. Mesa, AZ: 1989-1991.

Haiku Society of America Newsletter. Pamela Miller Ness, Editor. New York: 2003-2005. Johnye Strickland, Editor. Little Rock, AR: 2006-2009. Susan Antolin, Editor. Walnut Creek, CA: 2010-2012.

Hedgerow: A Journal of Small Pomes. Caroline Skanne, Editor. Kent, UK: 2014-2019.

Heron Quarterly of Haiku and Zen Poetry. Carolyn Thomas, Editor. Escondido, CA: Thinking Post Press, 1997-1998.

High/Coo: A Quarterly of Short Poetry. Randy & Shirley Brooks, Editors. Battle Ground, IN: 1977-1982.

Hummingbird: Magazine of the Short Poem. Phyllis Walsh, Editor. Richland Center, WI: 1990-2007.

Janus & SCTH. Rhoda de L. Jewell, Editor. Venice, CA: Sangre de Cristo Press, 1977-1978.

Kô: Haiku Magazine in English. Kôko Katô, Editor. Nagoya, Japan: 1987-2019.

Kokako. Owen Bullock & Patricia Prime, Editors. Aukland, New Zealand: 2007-2009. Joanna Preston & Patricia Prime, Editors: 2009-2019.

Lynx. Werner & Jane Reichhold, Editors. Gualala, CA: 1989-2012.

Mariposa. D. Claire Gallagher, Editor. San Francisco, CA: Haiku Poets of Northern California, 1999-2000. Susan Antolin & Ebba Story, Editors: 2008-2012. Cherie Hunter Day, Editor: 2012-2014. Carolyn Hall, Editor: 2015-2019.

Mayfly. Randy & Shirley Brooks, Editors. Taylorville, IL: 1986-2019.

Modern Haiku. Kay Titus Mormino, Editor. San Clemente, CA: 1970-1977.

Moonbathing: A Journal of Women’s Tanka. Pamela A. Babusci, Editor. Rochester, NY: 2009-2018.

Moonset. An’ya, Editor. Crescent, OR: 2005-2010.

Northwest Literary Forum. Ce Rosenow, Editor. Eugene, OR: 1994-1997.

Portals, The Magazine of the Haiku Appreciation Club. Edna Purviance, Editor. Bellingham, WA: Haiku Appreciation Club, 1978-1980.

Prune Juice: Journal of Senryu and Kyoka. Alexis Rotella, Editor. Baltimore, MD: 2009. Terri L. French, Editor: 2013-2015.

RAW NerVZ: A Quarterly of Haiku & related material. Dorothy Howard, Editor. Aylmer, Quebec: 1994-2007.

Red Lights. Pamela Miller Ness, Editor. New York, NY: 2005-2007. Marilyn Hazelton, Editor. Allentown, PA: 2010-2019

Reeds: Contemporary Haiga. Jeanne Emrich, Editor. Edina, MN: 2003-2005.

Ribbons: Tanka Society of America Journal. An’ya, Editor. Crescent, OR: 2005-2007.

Skylark: A Tanka Journal. Claire Everett, Editor. Lexington, KY: 2013-2019.

Still: A Journal of Short Verse. Ai Li Chia, Editor. London: 1997-2001.

Tweed. Janice M. Bostok, Editor. Murwillumbah, Australia.

Wee Giant: A Wee Magazine Devoted to the Arts. Margaret Saunders, Editor. Hamilton, Ontario: 1979-1982.

White Lotus: A Journal of Haiku & Senryu Poetry. Marie Summers, Editor. Excelsior Springs, MO: 2005-2008.

Windfall: Australian Haiku. Beverley George, Editor. Pearl Beach, Australia: 2014-2016.

Yellow Moon: A Literary Magazine for Writers of Haiku and Other Verse. Beverley George, Editor. Pearl Beach, Australia: 2005-2007.

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