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Survey Says . . . THF Bibliography

Every September the Board of Directors and Associates of The Haiku Foundation are sent a survey. Their responses help to guide our growth and direction. We’d like to broaden our input, and so we’ll be asking you to respond to a series of questions, one per week, over the next half-year. Your replies will be weighed in our assessment of our performance.

Today’s question: The THF Bibliography

The Haiku Bibliography began as a word document supplied and updated regularly by Charles Trumbull. It was and is downloadable from the site, and is the most complete list of haiku books extant. The next update is schedule sometime in 2014. You can find the Bibliography on the website. In 2014 we began migrating the bibliography to our Omeka library site, where you can now find it. It is our goal to have a complete listing of all haiku books in English, and to indicate which are currently held in the THF hard copy and digital libraries.

Please assess how well The Haiku Foundation is delivering on this topic. Indicate your assessment of our performance to date by choosing one of the options:

Excellent

Good

Fair

Poor

Abandon

Please feel free to add additional comments. Thank you in advance for your consideration, and for helping us make The Haiku Foundation a better resource.

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  1. Excellent

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    I was happy to see my first chapbook, with some haiku, listed (2001). Especially happy to see the note that the book was illustrated by Charles A. Waugaman (1932 – 2010). He wanted his work to continue. It would be until 2014 for my second chapbook, Quiet Christmas Poetry – a large print book from my Christmas blog.

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    So very kind, and thanks to Charles Trumbull and all who work with the archive and library. This is a great service and takes a lot of time and thought.

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    Lake Michigan
    thawing . . .
    I pick up a pen again

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    (from the 2001 chapbook)

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