so greenly history puts forth thorns —Eve Luckring
Enjoy the offerings of the HaikuLife Haiku Film Festival a second time . . .
En route to “honest passion” . . .
Theresa Cancro traces of the contours of grief
Radhamani Sarma mines the vein.
Petru Viljoen inspects the inquisition.
Eve Luckring is the recipient of a Touchstone Distinguished Books Honorable Mention for 2018.
The best haiku books of 2018 . . .
Christina Pecoraro states her conditions.
Nathan Sidney speaks of the unspeakable.
Hansha Teki sees the shadow self.
Matt Katch reveals the third-act twist.
If haiku were just a calming, traditional Eastern art for one to sit with for 10 minutes, how would it be different than a cup of tea? At the Haiku North America convention that was held in Seattle this summer,…