Enjoy this year’s selected haiku along with a brief description and history of the Golden Haiku Poetry Contest taking place each spring in Washington D.C. https://goldentriangledc.com/initiative/golden-haiku/
Join us around our campfire as we interview haiku poet Gary Hotham. Check out these links to enjoy more of Gary’s poetry. Gary Hotham (pinyon-publishing.com) http://pinyon-publishing.com/spilled%20milk.html
Brevity & the Art of Haiku at Elliot Society https://youtu.be/St0U21T40F0
Join us as we interview artist and author Elisha Cooper. In this episode we feature his book River, which is a beautiful haiku styled journey down the Hudson River. http://elishacooper.com https://www.instagram.com/elisha__cooper/
Come join us around the campfire for this interview with Kristen Lindquist. You can enjoy more of Kristen’s haiku at her blog where you can also sign up to receive her daily haiku email. https://www.kristenlindquist.com/blog
Join us for this great interview with haiku poet and publisher, Randy Brooks. We discovered him on the Mann Library Daily Haiku website, which is maintained by Tom Clausen. https://haiku.mannlib.cornell.edu You can enjoy more haiku from Randy Brooks and a variety of publications that he offers here at Brooks Books. http://www.brooksbookshaiku.com
Join us as we discover the haiku-like photography of Rachel Kolokoff Hopper. In her project Death on the Plains, she highlights the Loggerhead Shrike and it’s unique food caches. Check out her photography here: https://www.rkhphotography.net/Life-Death-on-the-Plains/
Join us as we take an afternoon ginkgo walk a path of autumn leaves. We reflect on our recent camping trip where we heard timberwolves in the middle of the night and sought shelter in the basement of 100-year-old cabin during a tornado warning.
Enjoy the second part, in this two-part collection of original haiku shared by friends from all over the world. It is a dynamic thread of observations anchored in the present moment that ties each of these haiku together.
Join us as we sip kombucha around our picnic table and share an interview with Patricia McGuire, host of the Haiku Pea podcast. Check out her website with links to the podcast, opportunity for haiku and senryu submission, and to learn more about the other exciting things Patricia is doing to build community with haiku enthusiasts from all over the world. https://poetrypea.com/ - Finally, you are invited to email your original haiku to: firstname.lastname@example.org for possible feature on an upcoming episode.
Enjoying the glory of springtime, the blooming plants, and the wonder of fermentation! We reflect on the delightful story by Barbara Coony, Miss Rumphius: https://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/how-real-miss-rumphius-decorated-maine-lupines
Enjoy this interview with haiku poet Alan S. Bridges. His echapbook in a flash is available at Snapshot Press (2019) and he recently placed third in the Turtle Light Press Haiku Chapbook Contest, with Stirring Ashes. His first full-length collection, in the curves, is being published in 2020 by Red Moon Press. He was recently invited to judge the Robert Spiess Memorial Haiku Competition, the results of which are revealed in the summer edition of Modern Haiku. Read Alan’s in a flash here - http://www.snapshotpress.co.uk/ebooks/in_a_flash.pdf