Radhamani Sarma is struck by the devastation.
Marion Clarke appreciates the humor.
From Animal Presences, by James Hillman, “A Correspondence with John Stockwell” John Stockwell: In several of your books you have characterized the turn to the East, the return to the land, the return to the primitive, and the turn to…
Cherie's fine haiku are published widely in the journals of 'modern' haiku, and elsewhere.
Paul Miller takes the Trane.
Lorin Ford gets nagged by cicadas.
Radhamani Sarma decodes this week's haiku.
Alan Summers reminisces.
Cherie Hunter Day is the recipient of a Touchstone Award for Individual Poems in 2017.
The best haiku books published in 2017 . . .
Jo McInerney feels the heat.
Cherie Hunter Day recounts the story of Kylan Jones-Huffman.
The Touchstone Distinguished Books Award for 2015 publications.