Rob Scott’s thesis on Australian Haiku on THF website

Rob Scott’s Masters thesis, “The History of Australian Haiku and the Emergence of a Local Accent” has been archived (in full) on The Haiku Foundation website, after being spotlighted there – in Garry Eaton’s ‘Librarian’s Cache’ feature – earlier in this month of April: it can viewed through this link –

http://www.thehaikufoundation.org/2016/04/06/librarians-cache-rob-scotts-history-of-australian-haiku/

An extract from this work – under the title “Australian Haiku in the Global Context” – had been published as a feature in “A Hundred Gourds” 4:1 December 2014:

http://ahundredgourds.com/ahg41/index_feature.html

As the Managing Editor for “A Hundred Gourds” – Lorin Ford – notes, “It’s an important piece, quoting many haiku by Australians.”