Wanda Cook creates beautiful, hand-crafted poetic offerings in a variety of shapes, most of which defy representative reproduction in two dimensions . . .
Colin Blundell has a musical ear, which has had a profound effect on the poetry he produces . . .
To verb or not to verb, that is the question this brief primer bids us ask . . .
Kristen Deming learned haiku from time spent in Japan and through contact with Japanese master Yatsuko Ishihara . . .
Imagine selecting a mere 16 poems from a lifetime’s work---what would you choose? Here’s what Tokihiko Kusama chose . . .
Alexis Rotella made her mark particularly in two realms, psychological haiku and senryu. Both are in evidence here . . .
Scott Metz has always wondered what haiku could. This is one of his answers . . .
Our local environment is one of our most enduring inspirations, as Caroline Gourlay exhibits in Crossing the Field.
Graham High’s painterly eye is much in evidence in
, the new Book of the Week.
Bruce Feingold covers turf from California to Maui to Tibet, and content from puppies to psychoanalysis. Find it all in A New Moon.
Robert Mainone has argued for the traditional approach to haiku—formal structure, nature content, and a sense of the ineffable—for 6 decades, and never more compellingly than in this beautiful self-published chapbook.
Fay Aoyagi is a translator by day and a haiku poet by night, and we can find evidence of each of her halves borrowing from the other in this award-winning book.
Seaside Moon by Deborah Kolodji centers on the topography and features within a few hours’ drive of Los Angeles.