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October 22, 2014

Chrysanthemum 16 is now online

Chrysanthemum 16 is now online and ready to be viewed at:

chrysanthemum - english - current issue
Many thanks to all contributors.
Beate Conrad, managing editor

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November 11, 2011

Links to haiku publications, competitions, events

The Haiku Foundation provides an excellent central point for accessing information on haiku publications, competitions and other events happening around the world. The Haiku Foundation Events Calendar can be found at:

Some other key national haiku web sites are:

Haiku NewZ

Haiku Society of America

British Haiku Society

October 07, 2011

5th Haiku Pacific Rim: September 2012, San Francisco

Many lovers of haiku from Australia and overseas will remember warmly the 4th Haiku Pacific Rim (HPR) conference that was organised by Beverley George and her team at Terrigal, New South Wales, in September 2009.

Founder of the HPR conferences, Jerry Ball, who attended 4HPR in Terrigal is now leading the organising committee for the 5th Haiku Pacific Rim conference to be held at Asilomar, near San Francisco USA, from 6 to 10 September 2012.

5HPR is sure to be a wonderful gathering of haijin from around the Pacific rim nations and beyond. Now is the time to think about marking the event in your diary. All the details will be made available at the following site:

September 01, 2009

Daily Haiga

Daily Haiga features the work of artists from all over the world. To view the site visit:

January 27, 2009

Wollumbin Haiku Workshop
A changing collection of haiku from the Far North Coast of New South Wales, written and workshopped by John Bird, Quendryth Young and Nathalie Buckland.

January 16, 2008

Renku Reckoner

Renku Reckoner is a new site which intends to facilitate the understanding of renku with a view to encouraging composition. Visit:

December 16, 2007

Haibun Today

Haibun Today ( went online in Nov. 2007 with daily postings. It is edited by Jeffrey Woodward from Detroit, Michigan, USA with the assistance of Patricia Prime, New Zealand/Australia Correspondent, and Lynne Rees, UK Correspondent.

HT uses previously published and unpublished haibun as well as book reviews and articles relevant to the genre. Unsolicited submissions of haibun are welcome and should be forwarded to (at) gmail (dot) com. Authors should query before submitting reviews and essays.

Australian contributors to date include: Julie Beveridge, Janice M. Bostok, Sharon Dean & Graham Nunn

June 20, 2007

Skipping Stones

New Zealand Poetry Society Haiku

May 06, 2007

Paper Wasp

Selected haiku from Paper wasp magazine can now be found at:

February 09, 2007

Wild Grapes - Australian Poetry Blog

Wild Grapes is a Blog dedicated to providing readers with the latest Australian Poetry news.

December 18, 2006

Haiku Reality

September 27, 2006

Hailstone Haiku Circle

Hailstone Haiku Circle site (a blog) on the net is at

August 13, 2006


Roadrunner Haiku Journal


Jason Sanford Brown
& Scott Metz

The Heron's Nest

The Heron’s Nest


Ferris Gilli
Robert Gilliland
Peggy Willis Lyles
Paul MacNeil

Simply Haiku

Simply Haiku


Robert D. Wilson, haiku editor

July 30, 2006

moonset Literary Newspaper
POB 3627
La Pine, Oregon USA

moonset publisher, peterb
moonset editor, an'ya

Wisteria: A Journal of Haiku, Senryu, & Tanka

Wisteria: A Journal of Haiku, Senryu, & Tanka


Tony A. Thompson, editor

bottle rockets

bottle rockets: a magazine dedicated to haiku, senryu, and related poetry

Contact :

Stanford M. Forrester, editor
bottle rockets
P.O. Box 189
Windsor, CT 06095

July 08, 2006

Tanka Central (US)

July 07, 2006

Eucalypt:a tanka journal

Tanka Society of America

May 31, 2006

Pardalote Press

for fine books of haiku from Pardalote Press see

First Australian Haiku Anthology

May 28, 2006

The Haiku & Zen World Of James W. Hackett

April 30, 2006



paper wasp

paper wasp

Yellow Moon

Yellow Moon

Famous Reporter

Famous Reporter