Announcement from Myron Lysenko
Sunday 26th March Noon – 4pm Tea Rooms Geelong Botanical Gardens 1-49 Garden St Geelong
Very excited to announce that noted USA haijin Penny Harter is visiting Australia again and will attend this special ginko.
Enquiries: Myron 0475 062 067 email@example.com
Penny Harter, author of many types of poetry, was born in New York City. In the early 1970s Harter started writing haiku. She moved to Santa Fe with her husband and writing colleague, William Higginson. Continue reading “Ginko with Lysenko #31 (Autumn lights with Penny Harter)”
On Monday 13th of March (Labor Day) there will be a haiku gathering to welcome poet and Haiku Foundation Ambassador, Roberta Beary to Melbourne.
This event will be held at the Fitzroy Gardens, Wellington Parade, East Melbourne.
Time – 11:30 am.
Meeting spot – The Fairy Tree.
All haiku poets, enthusiasts and friends are welcome.
BYO – food drink, alternatively the Kerekere café near the visitor centre will be open.
For any further information, please contact Jennifer Sutherland on 0414786508
See map below Continue reading “Haiku Meeting with Roberta Beary”
The third Moving Galleries exhibition, featuring haiku and rooku by residents of Victoria will be launched in May 2008. This is a wonderful initiative set up by Rooku Troupe (Melbourne haiku poets Lia Hills, Matt Hetherington and Myron Lysenko) in conjunction with Connex Trains and The Committee for Melbourne. This promotion of artwork and haiku has attracted great interest from the public and Melbourne’s commuters.
The haiku are featured on decals which appear on the inside walls of 20 Connex trains. They will remain on the trains for six months.
Continue reading “Haiku on Melbourne’s Trains”
Haiku Reading – March
502 Lygon St East Brunswick 8pm FREE
THURSDAY MARCH 20th, 2008.
Sue Stanford, Carla Sari, Matt Hetherington, Helen Begley
Michael de Valle & Myron Lysenko
all poets & haikuists welcome to read in OPEN SECTION
Paul Gibson Roy to MC proceedings.
Good food & booze on sale. Free entry
Poetry night organized by Paul Gibson.
Continue reading “Melbourne Haiku Readings – March/April”
“Moving Galleries” is an on-going project, initiated by a trio of haijin calling themselves Rooku Troupe. They have been instrumental in getting haiku published on decals in Melbourne’s suburban trains.
Here is an interview with a writer who has his haiku currently riding around the Melbourne tracks.
A writer of poetry, haiku, short stories and novels, Michael de Valle’s poetry has featured in both the Moving Galleries pilot and the Spring 2007 Exhibition. Moving Galleries editor, and poet, Leanne Hills, approached Michael to discuss his influences.
Continue reading “INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL DE VALLE”