Calling haiku poets all over the world to participate in the 10th annual running of the AFL Grand Final Haiku Kukai.
Windfall: Australian Haiku is a small annual print publication with fine examples of contemporary Australian haiku. As advised by manager, Peter Macrow when mailing Issue 9, 2021 to subscribers, issue 10 will be the final issue
Submissions to Windfall: Australian Haiku issue 10, the final issue, are welcome during July 2021.
A reminder that Echidna Tracks will be accepting submissions for Issue 7 on the theme of Light & Colour throughout the month of April. The editors for this issue invite your previously unpublished haiku and senryu on that theme. Please read the guidelines carefully.
Submissions may be made via the Submissions form throughout April 2021.
We look forward to your offerings, thank you.
The deadline for submissions to the inaugural Haiku Poets of Northern California haibun contest is May 1 (US time). The contest is sponsored by Haiku Poets of Northern California.
Please read on for for further details.
The annual New Zealand Poetry Society Competition including sections in Haiku for Open and Junior categories is open for submissions. Guidelines and further information can be found here.
Calling haiku poets (and non-haiku poets) all over the world to participate in the 2020 AFL Grand Final Haiku Kukai.
Echidna Tracks Issue 6: Shelter will be accepting submissions throughout the month of October.
For Issue 6 of Echidna Tracks: Australian Haiku: Shelter we invite your previously unpublished haiku and senryu on the theme of ‘shelter’ in all its many forms: protection from danger or weather, refuge, sanctuary, shield, cover, defence, concealment – including the animate, non-animate, human and non-human.
We won’t want a hundred haiku and senryu using the word ‘shelter’ but will give preference to those poems that best give us a sense of shelter by inference and suggestion.
The submission period for Issue 6 will be open throughout October 2020. Please read the guidelines carefully. We look forward to your submissions. Submissions may be made via the form that will appear on the Submissions page throughout October 2020.
Michael Dylan Welch is running a number of workshops on Zoom that you are invited to attend. The workshops are part of the Perth Poetry Festival.
Click on the links below for further details:
Take a Walk on the haiku Side (ginko)
This is a great opportunity for poets interested in haiku and related forms.
See you there
Convenor Paperbark Haiku