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The Haiku Foundation announces the release of Juxtapositions 5.1. Juxta is the Foundation’s journal of haiku research and scholarship. Articles include “Knocking on the Doors of Perception” (Stella Pierides, Thomas Geyer, Franziska Günther, Jim Kacian, Heinrich René Liesefeld, and Hermann J. Müller); “Reparative Leanings” (Aubrie Cox Warner); “Poems About Nothing” (Michael Dylan Welch); a Juxta Special Section: Women Mentoring Women, featuring Terry Ann Carter (“The Role of Mentorship”), Patricia Donegan (“Women Haiku Poets”), kjmunro (“Women Writing Haiku”), Alexis Rotella (“Alexis Rotella Remembers”) and Ruth Yarrow (“Haijin Calling Me In”); A Bibliography on Select Women Writers (Randy M. Brooks); plus book reviews by Danny Blackwell, Dave Read and Michael Dylan Welch; and haiga by Ann Atwood, Pamela A Babusci, Marlene Mountain, Ellen Peckham, Beth McFarland, Diane Mayr, Lidia Rozmus, Debbie Strange, Jean LeBlanc, Sandi Pray, Maria Tomczak and Corine Timmer, with commentary by Stephen Addiss.

Juxtapositions is 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:

JUXTAFIVE, ISBN 978-0-9826951-6-6, 6″ x 9″, 240 pages in full color (Winchester VA: The Haiku Foundation, 2019). Edited by the Juxtapositions Editorial Staff: Peter McDonald (Senior Editor), Stephen Addiss, Randy Brooks, Bill Cooper, Jim Kacian, Shrikaanth Krishnamurthy, Ce Rosenow, Dave Russo. Includes articles by Aubrie Cox Warner, Michael Dylan Welch, Randy M Brooks, and the team of Stella Pierides, Thomas Geyer, Franziscka Günther, Jim Kacian, Heinrich René Liesefeld and Hermann J. Müller, plus a Juxta special section on “Women Mentoring Women”, with contributions from Terry Ann Carter, Patricia Donegan, kjmunro, Alexis Rotella and Ruth Yarrow; reviews by Danny Blackwell, Dave Read and Michael Dylan Welch; and haiga by a dozen women artists with commentary by Stephen Addiss.

 
 
 

JUXTAFOUR, ISBN 978-0-9826951-5-9, 6″ x 9″, 178 pages in full color (Winchester VA: The Haiku Foundation, 2016). Edited by the Juxtapositions Editorial Staff: Peter McDonald (Senior Editor), Stephen Addiss, Randy Brooks, Bill Cooper, Jim Kacian, Shrikaanth Krishnamurthy, Ce Rosenow, Dave Russo. Includes articles by Clayton Beach, Meta L. Schettler, Joshua Gage, Richard Tice and Donald Eulert; reviews by Tiffany Austin, Joshua Gage and Michael Dylan Welch; haiga by Marlene Mountain with commentary by Stephen Addiss.

 
 
 

JUXTATHREE, ISBN 978-0-9826951-4-2, 6″ x 9″, 190 pages in full color (Winchester VA: The Haiku Foundation, 2016). Edited by the Juxtapositions Editorial Staff: Peter McDonald (Senior Editor), Stephen Addiss, Randy Brooks, Bill Cooper, Jim Kacian, Shrikaanth Krishnamurthy, Ce Rosenow, Dave Russo. Includes articles by Pierides et al, Rosenow & Hamington, Cates, Sato, Addiss, McMurray, and Marshall; reviews by Gage and Brooks; haiga by Addiss, Babusci, Beining, French, Makino, Moss, Peckham and Rozmus, setting haiku of Billy Collins.

 
 

juxtatwocoverJUXTATWO, ISBN 978-0-9826951-3-5, 6″ x 9″, 290 pages in full color (Winchester VA: The Haiku Foundation, 2016). Edited by the Juxtapositions Editorial Staff: Peter McDonald (Senior Editor), Stephen Addiss, Randy Brooks, Bill Cooper, Jim Kacian, Ce Rosenow, Dave Russo, Sandra Simpson. Includes articles by Simpson, Kendall, Trumbull, Marshall/Simpson; interview of van den Heuvel by Kacian; reviews by Allen, Welch and Rosenow, plus mini-reviews of poems by several poets; resources by Brooks; haiga by Moss, Babusci, Codrescu, Peckham, French, Mountain and Addiss, with commentary by Addiss and Kacian.

 
 

juxtaonecoverJUXTAONE, ISBN 978-0-9826951-2-8, 6″ x 9″, 274 pages in full color (Winchester VA: The Haiku Foundation, 2016). Edited by the Juxtapositions Editorial Staff: Peter McDonald (Senior Editor), Stephen Addiss, Randy Brooks, Bill Cooper, Aubrie Cox, Jim Kacian, Ce Rosenow, Dave Russo, Sandra Simpson. Includes articles by Marshall, Joy, Trumbull, Shirane, Takiguchi and Kacian; interview of Yuki Ito by Udo Wenzel; reviews by Welch and Hall; resources by Brooks; haiga by Beining, Codrescu, Makino, Moss, Mountain, Peckham and Rotella, with commentary by Addiss.

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