Rewarding Excellence and Innovation in the Haiku Genre
The Haiku Foundation, as part of its mission to expand possibilities for English-language haiku, created the Touchstone Awards Series in 2010. The goal: to reward excellence and innovation in the haiku genre. The Awards recognize work published during every calendar year. The results are determined through a year-long nomination and selection process, and are released in April of the following year. Award-recipients are selected by independent panels comprised of authorities in the field.
Deadlines for the latest awards are announced on our blog. See Touchstone Awards.
For current and past award-recipients, please click Touchstone Awards Archive.
Bruce Feingold (Touchstone Awards Coordinator) and Robin Anna Smith (GRIX) (Associate Coordinator).