Leading Australian haiku poet Ron C. Moss has won the prestigious Heron’s Nest Readers’ Choice Award for 2014 for the following haiku (included in the December issue):
endless days of rain
in their eyes
This haiku received 25 nominations, totalling 188 points.
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Ron C. Moss’ collection of prize-winning haiku The Bone Carver will be launched by Beverley George (former President of the Australian Haiku Society) on Friday, February 20.
To commence at 5.30 p.m., the launch will take place at Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts (Ground Floor, 91 Murray Street, Hobart).
RSVP to Ron C. Moss, firstname.lastname@example.org
Signed copies of The Bone Carver are available by mail by contacting this address.
Following the launch of Ron’s book, Robyn Mathison will also launch Windfall: Australian Haiku, Issue 3, edited by Beverley George and published by Peter Macrow through Blue Giraffe Press.
Supporters of Australian haiku in a position to do so are strongly encouraged to attend
‘Windfall: Australian Haiku’ Issue 3 2015 has now been mailed to all subscribers.
The issue features the work of 53 Australian poets and is published by Peter Macrow’s Blue Giraffe Press, edited by Beverley George, with a cover design by Ron C Moss.
The annual submission window for Windfall is July only.
Send up to six haiku on an Australian theme to email@example.com
For subscriptions and all other business, write with an SSAE to the publisher:
6/16 Osborne Street
Sandy Bay Tasmania 7005
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Bindii Meeting: 7 February 2015 was held at the Box Factory, Adelaide from 12 pm – 2 pm.
The meeting, chaired by Lee Bentley, concentrated on organizational details for the launch of our new anthology: Haiku Bindii: Willow Light. The anthology will be launched on Saturday 25 April 2015 at the Box Factory Community Centre.
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