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The Librarian’s Cache – The Haiku Foundation’s Video Resources, November 2021

Be sure to check out The Haiku Foundation’s YouTube Channel which has more than 190 excellent videos on haiku poets, educational resources, haiku conferences and more. Some of the latest additions include:

Imagery in Haiku – Joshua Gage explores the role of imagery in the poetics of haiku.

Icicles – A video haiga by Bill Waters.

His Glasses – A feature-length video presentation by Kala Ramesh.

Turtlerock of Ages – Scott Mason explores the life and haiku career of one of the great haiku poets of our time, Peggy Willis Lyles. Filmed at Haiku North American 2019.

Sun After Rain – A slideshow collaboration of haiku and art by Willow Baker Hoffman, Ferri Gilli, Harry Gilli and Ron C. Moss.

Catching a Cranefly: Linked Verses – Dave Bonta presents a series of linked verses in this video haiga.

Neolog 2021 – Dave Bonta explores some recent coinages by Virginia Commonwealth poet laureate Luisa Igloria.

An Introduction to SciFaiku – Julie Bloss Kelsey tell how her encounter with SciFaiku opened her up to the possibilities of the rest of haiku.

Lit Candles – Victor Ortiz convenes 35 poets who offer their favorite haiku of solace for troubled times.

The Librarian’s Cache will feature additional videos in upcoming articles. Be sure to contact us if you have a favorite video that you would like to have featured.

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