Submission Rules : Send one unpublished haiku to firstname.lastname@example.org in the body of the e-mail; no attachments please. Please do not send haiku that are under consideration elsewhere. Place your name and country after your haiku. Put “submission April” in the subject line. Theme: Traditions Deadline: 2 April 2023 Publication: mid April.
The latest Fringe Myrtles meeting was held at Alice Wanderer’s wonderfully cosy bayside apartment on the outskirts of Melbourne. Alice prepared a lovely lunch which made the day a special social occasion for the group, as well as another opportunity to talk about haiku.
Nine poets gathered at Sydney Park, St Peters, on a warm and sunny Thursday morning for the first ever Gadigal Ginko. Following brief introductions, we dispersed in different directions in search of haiku moments. Sydney park offered us a series of linked ponds, shady groves, open lawns, plenty of bird and insect-life, and even some autumn flowers. There were also many opportunities for dog- and people-watching, as well as plane-spotting. With rain forecast, we were fortunate that the good weather held for the whole time.
For Echidna Tracks Issue 11: Elements, we invite your best and previously unpublished haiku and senryu on the theme of Elements. Please read the guidelines and submit your work at this link: Echidna Tracks Issue 11: Elements Submissions are open from the 25th of March to the 15th of April, 2023.
The Australian Haiku Society welcomes contributions from haiku poets worldwide to the Autumn Equinox Haiku String 2023.
We will be holding this Haiku String during the day of the Southern Hemisphere Autumn Equinox, which occurs in Australia this year on Tuesday, 21st March 2023. The String will remain open for contributions until Thursday, 30th March 2023, to accommodate international poets who may wish to take part.
The string has now closed. Thanks to all the poets who generously contributed their work to this event.
The Australian Haiku Society welcomes contributions from haiku poets worldwide to the Autumn Equinox Haiku String.
We will be holding the Haiku String during the day of the Southern Hemisphere Autumn Equinox, which occurs in Australia this year on Tuesday 21st March 2023. The String will remain open for contributions until Wednesday 30th March to accommodate international poets who may wish to take part. Contributions may be made on the website during these dates only (not before).
Reminder for Sydney-based poets: if you’d like to join the first Gadigal Ginko at St Peters on Thursday 23rd March, please register by 5pm Tuesday 21st March. Once you have registered with your contact information I will email you the meeting place details. Leanne Mumford, convenor