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Renhai Authors in the July / August 31, 2009 Sketchbook

 

Janice Thomson, CA and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: Portraits in the Sky, No. 159

Zhanna P. Rader, US and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: Be My Guest, No. 160

Janice Thomson, CA and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: In the Thick of It, No. 161

Vaughn Seward, CA and Zhanna P. Rader, USRenhai: Fleeting Attractions, No. 162

John W. Sexton, UK and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: Grains, No. 163

Vaughn Seward, CA and Janice Thomson, CARenhai: Wee Interactions, No. 164

Vaughn Seward, CA and Zhanna P. Rader, USRenhai: Never a Dull Moment, No. 165

Toshiaki Koike and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: Sounds of Rebounding, No. 166

Vaughn Seward, CA and Zhanna P. Rader, USRenhai: Popped to Please, No. 167

Betty Kaplan, US and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: After the Storms, No. 168

Vaughn Seward, CA and Betty Kaplan, USRenhai: On Board, No. 169

Gillena Cox, TT and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: Time Off, No. 170

Betty Kaplan, US and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: Destinations, No. 171

Zhanna P. Rader, US and Vaughn Seward, CARenhai: Fleeting Moments, No. 172

 

Vaughn Seward, originator of the renhai form, published an essay on the origins of Renhai in the Summer (2009) issue of Frogpond (Volume 32, No. 2; Frogpond is edited by George Swede and Anita Krumins and is the official serial publication of the Haiku Society of America.

The development of the renhai form has been discussed in these issues of Sketchbook: December 31, 2007; January 2008; February 2008. Additional renhai examples have appeared monthly in the Sketchbook beginning in December 31, 2007 through the current July / August 2009 issue.

 

 

Vaughn Seward, Renhai Editor

Send all renhai submissions to Vaughn Seward

renhai@poetrywriting.org
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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