Juxtapositions: A Peer-Reviewed JournalMay 7, 2009Dave RussoNewsWe have established Juxtapositions, the first serious academic journal to place haiku in the forefront of literary study. Read More » . Dave RussoShare This Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email This Post Has 3 CommentsThank you Richard,I have been waiting for a good resource centre for some time. This will prove invaluable not just to me, but in being able to direct students to a clear central reservoir of fresh water!Alan With WordsCongratulations to the new jounral! I am looking for ward to it, especially thoughts on the use of season words !Gabi from Japan The World Kigo DatabaseJuxtapositions is giving the English speaking Japanese short form poetry world an important new journal. I commend you, Richard.Comments are closed.