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Submissions closing date: July 31, 2022
June 18, 2022
Lew Watts is the haibun co-editor of Frogpond and the author of Tick-Tock (Snapshot Press, 2019), a haibun collection that received an Honorable Mention in the Haiku Society of America’s 2020 Merit Book Awards. His publications also include the novel Marcel Malone, the poetry collection Lessons for Tangueros, and a forthcoming collection of haiku and haibun from Snapshot Press. Born and raised in Cardiff, Wales, he lives in Chicago with his wife, Roxanne Decyk. His other passions are fly fishing, rugby, and gin martinis.
Class exercise: We read title and prose – we generate haiku
Read: Contemporary Haiku on-line essay 2021 – see his essay – euphony
Read: Modern Haiku for this year: Rich Yhoman (layered)
As editor: If prose is stunning and haiku is weak, he will go back to poet to work with the haiku.
Snapshot Press: Lew has a new collection coming out.
Listen to Roberta Beary
Cynthia Anderson has published eleven poetry books, most recently a collection of haiku and senryu titled Full Circle (Cholla Needles, 2022). Her poems appear frequently in journals and anthologies, and she is a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee. She makes her home in the Mojave Desert near Joshua Tree National Park. email
To submit to: Cholla Needles
Cholla Needles which published her haiku and split sequences, as well as work by Peter Jastremski, before Cholla Needles published their books. Cholla Needles publishes authors which have appeared in their magazine.
Cholla Needles keeps the cost of their books very low ($6 for Cynthia’s beautiful book) with all proceeds going to Ukrainian medical relief: Full Circle