Category Archives: Vol 1-3 November 2001

Regarding Poetry : The Shape of the Song

WHR November 2001 Guest Speakers Column From time to time, WHC’s forums invite guests to present lessons or essays, and to judge kukai. World Haiku Review is pleased to announce a new Feature Article, “Guest Speakers’ Corner”, christened by Peggy … Continue reading

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Editorial – Internet Culture and Haiku

Editorial Everything has two opposite sides. Truism? These sides include a positive side and a negative side. Another truism? So what are the positive and negative sides of internet culture and how do they affect haiku? No truism at all. … Continue reading

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The Poet with the Bleeding Throat

Vol 1-3, November 2001  WHC Shiki Celebrations: Essay Centenary of the Death of Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902)  The poet with a bleeding throat Judit Vihar Nan to iu tori ka shiranedo ume no eda  I do not know What bird it was, … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Haiku Translator 3

Vol 1-3, November 2001   WHCessay – David G. Lanoue Confessions of a Haiku Translator: Episode 3 A Little Help From My Friends David G. Lanoue Louisiana, USA In his novel, Snow Country (Yukiguni), Yasunari Kawabata’s protagonist, Mr. Shimamura, has … Continue reading

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Masaoka Shiki Commemorative Kukai

VOLUME 1: ISSUE 3 NOVEMBER 2001 This year marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Masaoka Shiki, who brought a revolution into the tradition of haiku in Japan. The 6 kukai held in the Shiki Temporary Mailing List, the … Continue reading

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Haibun

VOLUME 1: ISSUE 3 NOVEMBER 2001 WHChaibun “Gone Fishin” Betty Kaplan Florida, US Standing in line at the super market is like going to a Neil Simon play. Scene 1: ……the birthday cake trimmed with cowboys — well that’s a … Continue reading

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Echoes Over Hills : Sugita Hisajo

VOLUME 1: ISSUE 3 NOVEMBER 2001  A Wave of Moonlight – Women Poets of Japan Reading the essay, This is Your Haiku Life: Fire, Beauty and Haiku Life, Love and Poetry of Suzuki Masajo by Susumu Takiguchi, which was published in … Continue reading

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Dew on the Grass : Translating the Masters

VOLUME 1: ISSUE 3 NOVEMBER 2001   WHCessay – WHF2000: Daniel Gallimore WHC/WHF2000 Celebrations ‘dew on the grass’ : translating the masters sound, image, logic: an approach to haiku translation Daniel Gallimore Oxford, UK When I look at my copy … Continue reading

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Senryu Selection

The Magazine of The World Haiku Club Vol. 1, Issue 3:  November  2001 WHCsenryu Senryu Selections Selections by Susumu Takiguchi In alphabetical order by pen & surname 1 this year — the income tax man stays for pot roast an’ya … Continue reading

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