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Acorn: a journal
of contemporary haiku: a small biannual print journal
dedicated to publishing the best of contemporary English language
haiku. Carolyn Hall,Editor. Spring and Fall issues.
Cinquain Journal: This
is dedicated to developing, promoting, and publishing cinquains in
the traditional form established by Adelaide Crapsey. The journal is
very interested in the development and publication of innovative
forms of the cinquain, such as mirror cinquains and cinquain cycles
or sequences. http://www.amaze-cinquain.com/
Network: editor: David Mc Murray. Bi-weekly on-line. Readers
are invited to send haiku on desegnated topics for the next issue.
press: Stanford M. Forrester, editor, publisher of haiku,
senryu and small poems. 2x yearly (August & February); First
Publication: November 1999. bottle rockets seeks: haiku,
senryu, very short haiku-like poems, tanka, and haibun.
Haibun Online: A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary English Language
Haibun. Editors: Ken Jones,
Jim Kacian and Bruce Ross. A quarterly journal published at the end
of March, June, September and December of each year. It is
associated with the print journal, contemporary haibun, an annual
anthology from Red Moon Press.
Drunken Boat, The:
The Drunken Boat's first issue appeared online in April,
2000 and publishes poetry, translations of poetry, reviews of poetry
collections and anthologies, interviews with well-known poets or
publishers, email discussions with editors and poets. The magazine
also carries features of various poetry presses and magazines,
usually written by their respective editors. After a hiatus, the
magazine will again appear bi-annually in 2011. Rebecca Seiferle,
Print Journal of the Haiku Society of America: George Swede,
Haibun Today: A
Quarterly Journal published in March, June, September and
Jeffrey Woodward, Editor.
(official site of the Haiku Ireland group; Editor: Gilles Fabre)
haiga e-zine: A Journal of Poetry and Painting founded by Jeanne
Emrich. First issue published in May 1998.
Saša Važić (1952, Serbia ), haiku poetess, journalist, translator,
Heron's Nest, The;
John Stevenson, Managing Editor. The Heron’s Nest is a quarterly
journal. A new on-line edition is published during the first week of
March, June, September, and December. The Heron’s Nest will also
appear in a single paper edition in April of each year.
Irish Haiku Society:
Founded in September 2006, is an association of haiku poets that
organises haiku meetings, readings, book-launches, workshops, ginko
and other haiku-related events.
LYNX, A Journal
for Linking Poets: an on-line journal at the AHA Poetry site
by Jane and Werner Reichold—click
on current issue of Lynx:
Poetry E-Zine: Raquel D. Bailey, editor. http://lyricalpassionpoetry.yolasite.com/
Haiku: An Independent Journal of Haiku and Haiku Studies.
Charles Trumbull, Editor. Editorial cut-off dates for the reading
and selection of submissions are March 15, July 15, and November 15
(postmark). A print journal that also prints an on-line selection of
haiku and other materials from each issue.
Notes from the
Gean. A Journal of Japanese Short Forms. The journal
of Gean Tree Press: Quarterly on-line Journal: March,
June, September, December.
Ploughshares was founded in 1971 by DeWitt Henry and Peter
O'Malley in the Plough and Stars, an Irish pub in Cambridge,
Massachusetts. Since 1989, Ploughshares has been based at Emerson
College. Published in April, August, and December in quality
paperback, each issue is guest-edited by a prominent writer who
explores personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.
Society of America Journal: a print journal
published four times a year. Submissions open to members and non
A quarterly online journal seeking to publish the best and most
diverse in English-language haiku (including senryu, zappai and
short poetry inspired by haiku). The journal publishes new issues
Journal of the Irish Haiku Society. Shamrock is an
international quarterly online journal that publishes quality haiku,
senryu and haibun in English. Anatoly Kudryavitsky, is the owner and
editor of Shamrock.
Sketchbook: A Journal for Eastern and Western
http://poetrywriting.org An on-line e-journal: 1996 - to
present. Open submissions.
Started as a small scale publisher of
haiku volumes. Now a lot more is happening, but the common subject
still is haiku: the smallest poem, originating in Japan. Whirligig
presents haiku from home and abroad to haiku
lovers in Dutch and English – and the original language besides if
it’s neither of those. Whirligig is edited by Max Verhart,
Klaus-Dieter Wirth, Norman Darlington and Marlčne Buitelaar and will
be published every May and November as a book with a full-color
Societies and Organizations
Society, The: Founded in 1990. Publishes the Society journal, Blithe
Spirit--a quarterly journal for members, Colin Blundell is the
current editor; and a newsletter called The Brief.
Haiku Canada is a
society of haiku poets and enthusiasts. The current president is
DEVAR DAHL. The HAIKU CANADA Newsletter contains haiku, letters,
articles and book reviews, as well as information on events,
contests and other societies. Submissions for the newsletter are
open to members and non-members. Announcements and information on
activities and publications are welcome. The issues appear in
October, February and June.
The Haiku Foundation:
The Haiku Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose aim is to
preserve and archive the accomplishments of our first century of
haiku in English.
http://www.thehaikufoundation.org/ Haiku Contest
Haiku Society of
http://www.hsa-haiku.org/: See: Frogpond: a print
Tanka Society of
http://www.tankasocietyofamerica.com/ See: Ribbons:
a print journal
Information about Various Poetry Forms
Poetry Publisher Links
Art of Haiku, The.
Gerald England. Web site: Basic haiku information.http://www.geraldengland.co.uk/hk/
Hackett, James W.:
The Haiku and Zen World of James W. Hackett:
http://www.hacketthaiku.com/index.htmlX5: Open Directory Project:
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Haiku for People
since 1995. Contains some general discussion about composing
haiku; selections written by the old master; selections of modern /
- Marlene Mountain's writing/painting journey from late 50s to
present, including especially one-line haiku and visual "eye-ku".
Project: Top : Arts: Literature: Poetry: Forms: Haiku and
Related Forms : Personal Pages (59)
Area 17 - A blog by Alan
Summers, an active poet; promotes the love of words through
literature, creative writing, and literacy events & workshops as
well as creative team building events. Re events and workshops for
families, children, and schools contact us through our With Words
Serge Tomé. A haiku
reading-room, a library, a window to the international haiku
tinywords.com, D. F. Tweney.
Nick Virgilio Poetry
Project - Welcome - Nicholas A. Virgilio (1928-1989) was a
pioneer of American haiku. This site brings to the Web some of the
archive of his works at Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
Forums / Groups
Aha Poetry Forum:
Yahoo Group: Established poets who compose mainly: Haiku, Haibun,
Haiga, Tanka, Cinquain, Renga, Renku; Sijo and Free Verse
Poetry,Villanelle, Sestina, Sonnet, Acrostic, Limerick, Ekphrasis,
Tetractys, Fibonacci. The open and friendly dialogue of these
writers leads to discovery and experimentation in a friendly
A Yahoo Group. This group was formed to gather the original Outlaw
Poets, Beat Poets Etc. of Venice Beach and that era.
Renhai: Renhai Studio:
A Yahoo Group. Renhai
Studio is a forum for the discussion and development of the Renhai
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/renhai/ For recent
Sijoforum · SIJO:
A Korean lyric poetic tradition: A Yahoo Group. Classic SIJO is a
3-line, 45-syllable lyric verse with a long Korean history. It
resembles such Japanese forms as haiku, sedoka and tanka in content,
themes, and purpose, but is open to the use of metaphoric language.
This workshop encourages the writing, discussion and translation of
traditional sijo in English.
Tanka· A Yahoo
Group. Tanka is Japan's oldest poetry form. Traditionally a tanka
has five lines with 5-7-5-7-7 syllables. Tanka is Japan's oldest
poetry form. Traditionally a tanka has five lines with 5-7-5-7-7
Archive, The: California State Library, Sacramento, California, USA.
The American Haiku Archives is the world’s largest public collection
of haiku and related poetry books and papers outside Japan. This
repository is housed at the California State Library in Sacramento,
California, and is dedicated to preserving the history of North
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