Summer in the Park: Ginko with Lysenko #30

Brimbank Park, Keilor Park DrIive,  Keilor East .
Saturday 4th February, noon until 4pmbrimbnak-park-002

Meet just before midday at the Leaping Lizard Cafe, Brimbank Park.
Myron will have a handout sheet with the haiku techniques we will focus on during the day.

Suitable for beginners as well as experienced haiku poets.
Bring a picnic lunch.
Cost: $30 full/ $20 concession.
Please contact Myron if you are interested in this event:

Haiku Workshop by Julia Wakefield

28 January 2017 Haiku Workshop by Julia Wakefield

The workshop, held at the Box Factory Community Centre in Adelaide, from 1 – 3 pm, was attended by ten people, of whom eight had not attended a Bindii workshop previously.

Julia started off by discussing what made a good haiku and distributed examples and some guidelines for attendees to read. There was some discussion about the examples and what each haiku meant to the various participants.

Julia then moved to a brief overview of the guidelines for writing haiku. There was some discussion as to what certain guidelines meant, for example the 5/7/5 rule, which has been discarded outside Japan, and the options for writing in three lines or other variants. The various formats were examined to see if a haiku written in one style, such as one line, would be just as effective if transferred to three lines. The use of the phrase/fragment composition technique was discussed in some detail, with examples. Continue reading “Haiku Workshop by Julia Wakefield”

Haiku Workshop for Beginners: 28 January 2017

Julia Wakefield Houghton is running an open workshop at the Box Factory in Adelaide, where you can learn the basics of writing haiku, or refine your skills. Bookings are required, as numbers are restricted. There is a small payment and afternoon tea will be provided. Full details in the PDF file

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