Jim Norton’s work contains a minimalist beauty, neatly matched in this volume hand-bound by George Marsh.
Mankh is a poet with a moral compass, as evidenced in this recent collection.
This week’s survey topic: Book of the Week.
The title suggests two of Martin Lucas’s sources of inspiration, on view in this strong collection.
Burnell Lippy’s dry, acerbic voice is unique in haiku, and instantly recognizable.
Larry Kimmel has been writing lyrical, moving haiku for more than four decades.
Sadakichi Hartmann may have been the one who codified haiku into three lines.
Jan Bostok’s haiku before she became the godmother of Australian haiku.
Terri L. French and friends offer a few haiku asanas.
Marilyn Chin’s haiku is featured by The Poetry Foundation.
Charles Henri Ford’s is one of the most enigmatic voices in English-language haiku.
Dee Evetts became recognized as a major haiku voice with the publication of this classic volume.
Rosa Clement’s haiku have been appreciated in her native Brazil and around the world.
Ralf Bröker’s personal journey to and back from burnout speaks to all of us.
See how many titles you recognize in Michael Dylan Welch‘s homage to haiku journals.