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Library Acquisitions Spring 2016

A Poet Who Writes Tattoos, by Kathleen Holder — a look from 2000 at the career of the recently deceased Mexican/American poet, Francisco Alarcon.

Haikai Poetics: Buson, Kito and the Interpretation of Renku Poetry, a thesis by Herbert Jonsson.

Typology and Poetry: Richard Gilbert Experiments, by Jack Galmitz — a discerning essay on Gilbert’s haiku.

Behind the Tree Line, an anthology of haiku selected from recent issues of Wild Plum and the Wild Plum haiku contest of 2015.

Makoto: A New Haiku Perspective, Issue 1, ed. by Luca Cenisi.

Wild Plum Haiku Journal.

Ardea, A Haiku Journal, Issue 1, ed. by John Kinory.

NOON: a journal of the short poem, ed. by Philip Rowland.

“A Collage of Haiku, Kerouac’s Spontaneous Writ, Zengakuren, Couplets, Tibetan Mind-Training Slogans, and Blake’s Auguries”, by Allen Ginsberg, an essay.

Recordings by Gabriel Rosenstock, Richard Gilbert & Deborah Kolodji, and Jim Kacian, recent additions to the Haiku Foundations Audio Library.

eaton200x200Garry Eaton is the Digital Librarian for The Haiku Foundation. On the first Wednesday of each month he will highlight some part of the Foundation’s holdings.

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  1. I hasten to add these are only a few of the items added recently to the digital library.

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