Modern Haiku reviews ‘breaking my journey’

Established in 1969, Modern Haiku is one of the world’s longest running English-language haiku journals. The most recent issue of Modern Haiku, Volume 52.2 (Summer 2021), included a review of my collection, breaking my journey (Red Moon Press). In part, Modern Haiku reviewer, Michele Root-Bernstein, had this to say about breaking my journey: Gregory Piko… Read More Modern Haiku reviews ‘breaking my journey’

Harbour Beacon

Dick Pettit, from Denmark, contacted me last year asking whether I would like to collaborate with him in writing a haiku shuffle. We subsequently wrote a poem titled Harbour Beacon which was published earlier this year in the New Zealand journal, Kokako, #34. As you can see in my previous posts about the haiku shuffle… Read More Harbour Beacon

Haiku in Poland

Each year, the Polish Haiku Association conducts an international haiku competition. The 10th Polish International Haiku Competition was conducted in 2020 and attracted entries from 52 countries. You can read the awarded poems and see the judge’s comments here. I was fortunate to have the following haiku selected as one of the 10 Commended entries:… Read More Haiku in Poland

Echidna Tracks: Issue 6 – Shelter

Echidna Tracks is an independent online collection of Australian haiku. The editors publish two issues per year with each issue addressing a nominated theme. Echidna Tracks welcomes haiku on aspects of Australian landscape, flora and fauna while acknowledging our diversity of lifestyles, values, character, customs, cultures and historical experience. Anyone can submit to Echidna Tracks,… Read More Echidna Tracks: Issue 6 – Shelter