Traditional haiku is sometimes about the changing of the seasons so the last day of winter, 31 August, is a perfect date for a haiku walk in the Melbourne Botanic Gardens.
Meet just before 11am at The Terrace tea rooms beside the Ornamental Lake. The closest entry point is through Gate A, which is on the corner of Alexandra Avenue and Anderson Street.
Bring pen and notebook. Also, please bring your own lunch or buy some from the expensive café.
Costs: $20 full
As places are limited, please contact Myron if you wish to attend at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Fullers’ Cafe Poet, Lyn Reeves, will hold a series of haiku workshops at Fullers Bookshop in Hobart.
10.00am – 11.30am, Saturdays 17th August – 14th September
Explore the traditions and contemporary practice of these ‘capsules of poetic insight’ in a series of four workshops, followed by a ginko (haiku walk) in St. David’s Park. This course is aimed at people with an interest, but little or no knowledge of these brief but potent poems.
Numbers strictly limited. Please email@example.com
Below is a review by Cynthia Rowe of Jeffrey Woodward’s new collection of haiku and haibun.
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Under the Basho – a new haiku journal
Under the Basho will be published twice a year and welcomes haiku of five different styles: Traditional Haiku; Stand-Alone Hokku; Modern Haiku, One-Line Haiku, and, Concrete Haiku (Architectural).
Submission deadlines are August 15th for the September Issue and February 15th for our March Issue.
All submission information and details are posted on our website/journal: http://www.underthebasho.com . If there are any questions, please click the “Contact Us” button for direct email to us. Please let me know if you need anything else.
Perth Workshop: Haiku – Sensing the image
Maureen Sexton will hold a free workshop in Perth on 2 September: Haiku – Sensing the image. The short, long and short of it!
In this workshop, we will examine the ‘what is’ and ‘how to’ of haiku.
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