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The Librarian’s Cache – Haiku Page: A haiku journal edited and published by JQ Zheng

In Issue 10, Zheng writes – “Haiku Page started as a brochure. It’s a joy that Haiku Page can provide a platform for poetic expressions in the oddest times of our age. This issue includes special features of Jim Kacian’s one line haiku, which he calls monoku in his essay “The Shape of Things to Come,” and Christine L. Villa’s original artwork made of alcohol ink and colored pens. This issue also includes a collection of haiku, tanka, haibun, tanbun, and photoku by poets from Canada, Croatia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Romania, Scotland, UK…” A brief biography of Zheng can be found on his Poet Profile in the Haiku Registry.

Selected haiku from Issue 10:

a virtual hug
to my crush
— Taofeek Ayeyemi

going out
the zebra crossing
just for me
— Pitt Büerken

lying down
with moonlight
on her bed
— David Käwika Eyre

Check out the eleven issues of Haiku Page in the digital library.

Haiku Page

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  1. Dear Editor,

    This Lakshman Bulusu from New Jersey writing in in regards to submission guidelines for sending haiku to The Librarian’s Cache – Haiku Page. I came to know about this from THF blog.

    Brief bio: Lakshman Bulusu (he/his) is an international poet based in Princeton, NJ. His poetry and haiku have been published in over thirty five journals in USA, UK, Ireland, Taiwan, and India. He invented the STAR poem genre and MIRACLE STAR poem genre in 2016 and 2021 respectively.


    Lakshman Bulusu

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