The Haiku Foundation (THF) was first conceived in 2004 by American poet and publisher, Jim Kacian. The Foundation’s web presence was established in 2008 and has been a valuable resource for the sharing and discussion of haiku ever since. You can access THF here. THF’s goals are to archive English-language haiku, expand possibilities for future… Read More THF Volunteer Anthology 2022
What better way to begin 2021 than with the release of my new book of haiku! This collection, titled breaking my journey, is published by Jim Kacian from Red Moon Press in the USA. Jim is a tireless supporter of haiku writers around the globe and I’m thrilled with the way the book has come… Read More breaking my journey
There is a brand new haiku journal on the scene. Issue #1 of Kingfisher was released in July 2020. Kingfisher will be produced twice yearly by Tanya McDonald from Washington State in the USA. Tanya describes Kingfisher as ‘a print journal of traditional and experimental haiku and senryu’. Kingfisher is beautifully produced in… Read More Kingfisher Journal
For twenty years, Red Moon Press in the USA has been presenting its New Resonance series of books which introduces emerging haiku writers from around the world. Published every two years, each issue of A New Resonance showcases the work of around 17 writers who are still relatively new haiku voices. With the 10th New Resonance… Read More echoes 2: A New Resonance Reunion
My new book, written in collaboration with Vanessa Proctor from Sydney, is ready for launch. Blowing Up Balloons (BUB) is a joyful collection of haiku about making babies, having babies and being a parent. BUB is a great gift for new Mums or for anyone who has ever been a parent. A big thank you… Read More Let’s Launch Blowing Up Balloons!