JuxtaEIGHT Now Available
Juxtapositions 8.1 is now available from The Haiku Foundation. Juxta is the Foundation’s journal of haiku research and scholarship, and 8 is our first themed issue, concerning itself with “haiku and wellness” in the broadest sense. Articles include “Haiku and Human Flourishing” by Scott Mason; “Parkinson’s Toolbox” by Stella Pieriedes; “‘bird tweets turn into an orchestra’” by Madelaine Caritas Longman; “Haiku and Wellness: An Interview with Robert Epstein” by Jay Friedenberg; “Haiku Heart: A Roberta Beary Interview” by Gideon Young; a report on Haikupedia from Stella Pierides; “Bashō’s Haiku Pedagogy as Mindfulness Training” by Sandra A. Wawrytko; book reviews by Geoffrey M. Sill, J. Zimmerman, Adam L. Kern and Keith Ekiss; “A Tribute to Stephen Addiss” honoring our departed colleague by Josh Hockensmith; and a gallery of Steve’s haiga. You can view the issue online, or purchase a hard copy.
All previous issues of Juxta are available in hard copy as well! These large, attractive, full-color volumes contain all the articles from their respective issues, in book form. Royalties help support The Haiku Foundation. Order them here.
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Grateful to scholar Gideon Young for giving me the opportunity to spread the word about ‘One Breath’, and the healing power of haiku. And talk a bit about my peripatetic writing life.
I didn’t know Stephen. After reading what you wrote, Jim, I also listened to his voice and his music. Thank you very much. Barbara Anna
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