Summer issue deadline is May 15. supermoon my camera’s viewfinder out of focus at the ice rink couples only – arcade games I never learned And please come back in September when brass bell returns from summer vacation. hedgerow is a short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new & established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of English-language haiku, senryu, … Mission Statement. Haiku Journal celebrates the art of haiku poetry. Submissions for hedgerow #132 welcome. hedgerow a journal of small poems #99 ... haiku submission the runt of the litter rejected again enlivening at the funeral a reggae hymn Mike Gallagher . A maximum of 15 haiku per submission Submissions: Submit 5 haiku by email or snail mail. Please send around 10 poems/artwork to: [email protected] . Winter issue deadline is November 15. … Welcome to the summer 2017 issue of brass bell: a haiku journal. Under the Basho is an annual organic journal in the sense that accepted submissions will be added to the journal as the year proceeds through the submission period from March 1st through to November 15th.. December 1st will be considered the publication date of the completed annual journal. CLOSING DATE: Mon 8th Sep. . Writers also need to be selective, so we limit submissions to only five per issue. Billy Antonio . all the poems were written on/about May 23, 2017. In any case, please mark your calendars for the next submission window, which will be January 1–31, 2021. The theme is a single date . The British Haiku Society – Blithe Spirit contemporary haibun online failed haiku–A Journal of English Senryu Haiku Canada The Haiku Foundation Haiku Poets of Northern California Haiku Society of America – Frogpond hedgerow: a journal of small poems The Heron’s Nest Kingfisher Mayfly modern HAIKU Presence Prune Juice Shamrock Haiku Journal Please read this updated section prior to submitting. hedgerow is a short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new & established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of haiku, senryu and tanka. Clear e-mail submissions with haiku arrayed either within the e-mail text or as an attachment; "MH submission" in the Subject line, and full postal address on the page with the haiku. We publish a winter issue in January or February and a summer issue in July or August. Contest entries must be submitted in English. CLOSING DATE: Mon 8th Sep. Keep it simple and beautiful. 5–15 haiku per page/submission, with the author’s name and address at the top of each page. To Submit: The submission form is on this page, below these rules. Please send around 10 poems/artwork to: [email protected] hedgerow is a short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new & established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of English-language haiku, senryu, tanka & haiga. As part of our mission, to make art accessible to everyone regardless of income, Haiku Journal is published, in its entirety, online for the world to see. Enjoy! All traditional and modern haiku forms are accepted in this competition to find the best! 1. Otata will come again one day late fall in the mountains — Santoka as translated by Burton Watson Otata mo aru hi wa kite kureru yama no aki fukaku As Watson notes, "Otata was a woman who went around selling fish in the area of Santoka’s cottage in Matsuyama." In the meantime, there are many fine journals that are (or will soon be) open for submissions including Hedgerow, The Heron’s Nest, Modern Haiku, Wales Haiku Journal, bones, failed haiku, and Prune Juice, to name a few. 2020 Guidelines for submitting your entry of up to four haiku… The Best Haiku Contest is sponsored and judged by Haiku Crush. Submissions for hedgerow #132 welcome. Haiku should seem to … An e-zine of haiku and short… Submissions or queries to: [email protected] Rules for Submission: Haiku submitted should be in accordance with the haiku spirit, sensibility and phrasing discussed in About Autumn Moon Haiku Journal. Simplicity is the key here.