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Kasen at THF

For anyone feeling renku withdrawal symptoms, a kasen has started at The Haiku Foundation. The Pilgrims’ Stride is being led by John Stevenson.

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John Carley, RIP

Dear Friend I am very sorry to have to tell you that John died yesterday [January 1]. As you probably know he had been very very ill for four years. He dealt with his pain with tremendous courage and dignity. … Continue reading

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Einbond win for Snail team

Very pleased to share that a nuijin linked verse – Early Morning Heat – written on the Issa’s Snail website has been placed First in the 2013 Einbond competition run by the Haiku Society of America. The 20-verse poem was … Continue reading

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A ‘New Junicho’ at Another Lost Shark – Open Now

Greetings Snailers and wanderers alike! Just letting you know that Graham Nunn is hosting a ‘New Junicho’ at his blog, Another Lost Shark, and has opened submissions – all are welcome – so jump over and submit a verse! (There … Continue reading

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Breath by Sandra Simpson

I recently received some fantastic news – Sandra Simpson’s collection of haiku breath has just been released! For details other then the hints I’ve taken from Sandra’s site below, just click on the link above breath is the realisation of … Continue reading

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Year of the Rabbit – A Winter Junicho

Our Winter Junicho is finally complete! (or very damn close) Have a look here A new Renku will open up in the near year. Check out the Schedule page to see who’s already signed up and add your name!

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2011’s Fourth Renku is Up Soon!

Keep an eye on the site, a new renku is about to begin. Led by the wonderful NZ poet Sandra Simpson (many of you will know her and her work from haiku and renku circles) it’s going to be a … Continue reading

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