the last page missing from the library book— late autumn evening —Stella Pierides
A UK-based community interest organization taps into the expressive power, aesthetic pleasures and therapeutic benefits of haiku
Enjoy the offerings of the HaikuLife Haiku Film Festival a second time . . .
See what's new this week in Haikupedia!
Enjoy a second viewing of the HaikuLife 2020 films . . .
Day 4 of our annual Fundraiser . . .
Revisit every film from HaikuLife 2019 . . .
View HaikuLife 2019 in its entirety . . .
A second look at HaikuLife 2018, one film at a time.
An update on our original research into how we read our haiku . . .
Per Diem begins the new year with a return to thematic collections.
Stella Pierides recognizes the good fight.
Patrick Sweeney swims with the sponges.
This week’s survey topic: THF Social Media Day.
Stella Pierides find redemption amidst the radioactivity.
Social Media Director Stella Pierides highlights some of the Foundation's resources.
Beth McFarland sheds some light on a dark poem.
Marion Clarke expounds upon Melissa Allen’s haiku of autumnal beauty and wisdom.