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THF2015 Fundraiser: A Raymond Roseliep Biography

Roseliep CoverDonna Bauerly, a former student of Father Raymond Roseliep, and now a professor at Loras College, where Roseliep once taught, has completed her exhaustive and long-awaited biography of the man, Raymond Roseliep: Man of Art Who Loves the Rose. Ten years in the making, the biography charts Roseliep’s life in both personal and poetic terms, and is certainly the most detailed biography of any English-language haiku poet ever assembled. The volume is published by The Haiku Foundation in time for this fundraiser, and is available as our $50 premium incentive. We know you’ll want to own a copy of this study of one of the pioneers of our genre. Supplies are limited, so don’t delay. You won’t be disappointed.

Please consider making a donation to The Haiku Foundation during our Fundraising Drive, November 26 – December 6, and help the Foundation continue its important work. Thank you.

 

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2015 Fundraiser Schedule

 
 
 

  • November 26: In Memoriam, a tribute to haiku poets who have left the community in the past 2 years; the release of Raymond Roseliep: Man of Art who Loved the Rose, a biography of the pioneering haiku poet by Donna Bauerly.
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  • November 27: The Haiku Foundation’s Black Friday Gift Shop promo; re:Virals 11.
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  • November 28: Linda Papanicolaou gives a final accounting of Renku Sessions 3: “A Bowl of Cherries”; a new Old Pond Comics cartoon “Goose Neck”.
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  • November 29: THF Reports: “Our Frogpond Journey,” Francine Banwarth and Michele Root-Bernstein’s discussion of their editorship of Frogpond; THF Social Media Day highlights of our social outreach from the Foundation’s social media director Stella Pierides.
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  • November 30: THF Interviews: Gayle Bull; a new Book of the Week: small town by vincent tripi.
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  • December 1: THF Galleries: “Haiga of Stephen Addiss”; the new World of Haiku country for December: Australia.
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  • December 2: “Librarian’s Cache”, selections from the Foundation’s holdings by Digital Librarian Garry Eaton; results from the annual THF assessment survey.
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  • December 3: THF Readings: Tom Clausen; a challenging haiku crypto-quiz from Anita Krumins.
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  • December 4: THF Lectures: Zinovy Vayman on “Humor in Haiku”; re:Virals 12.
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  • December 5: “Touchstone Gardens” around the world, where winners of the Foundation’s prestigious Touchstone Awards have displayed their award stones; a new Old Pond Comics cartoon “Jamming Crabs”.
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  • December 6: THF Lectures: Ruth Yarrow entertains and instructs us in “Haiku with Feathers,” from Haiku North America 2015; a report on the Foundation’s Grant Proposal to the National Endowment for the Arts in 2015.
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  • December 7: The summary report from our THF Fundraiser 2015; a new Book of the Week: jazztronaut by Geert Verbecke.

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  1. Dear Donna, I look forward to reading your book about Raymond Roseliep. Awhile ago I bought Rabbit in the Moon from The Foundry Books in Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Blessings, Ellen

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