Raymond Roseliep: Man of Art Who Loved the Rose is The Haiku Foundation’s second publication.
This full-length biography, written by Donna Bauerly, designed and edited by Charles Trumbull, and produced by Red Moon Press, covers the entirety of Roseliep’s varied life as son, scholar, priest and poet. It’s fair to say this is the most comprehensive biography ever written about a haiku poet outside of Japan. It includes detailed analyses of some of Roseliep’s most iconic works, and places them all in the context of his layered life. A must-have for any serious student of English-language haiku.
How to Get a Copy
The only way you can get a copy of this terrific biography is by donating $30 or more to The Haiku Foundation. The work of all those involved in the project has been donated to the advancement of the Foundation, to create an incentive premium unique to us.
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