Report of Bindii meeting October 26, 2019

Five of us met at the State Library for a two-hour discussion and critique session. Members present were Julia Wakefield, Maeve Archibald, Dawn Colsey, Steve Wigg and Stella Damarjati. We had a apologies from, Marilyn Linn, Jill Gower, Lynette Arden and Athena Zaknic.

Our haiku theme was the one that Echidna Tracks is currently calling for (deadline in 3 days!), that is, previously unpublished haiku and senryu about recreation, relaxation, holidays, sport, hobbies and pastimes. Continue reading “Report of Bindii meeting October 26, 2019”

Spring Equinox Haiku String

The Australian Haiku Society welcomes contributions from haiku poets worldwide to the AHS Spring Equinox Haiku String 2019.

We will be holding a Haiku String during the day of the Southern Hemisphere Spring Equinox, which occurs in Australia on Monday, 23rd September, 2019. The String will remain open for contributions until Wednesday 25th September to accommodate international poets who may wish to take part. A submission form will be made available on the website during these dates (not before). Continue reading “Spring Equinox Haiku String”

Reminder Call for Submissions: Echidna Tracks Issue 3: Insects, Animals, Birds and Fish

For Issue 3 we will be looking for previously unpublished haiku sharing your observations and interactions with insects, animals, birds or fish. Species definitions do not matter here; amoeba, spiders, butterflies, molluscs, whales, coral reefs, ecosystems and our own animal nature all lie within our scope. We prefer haiku compatible with an appreciation of all with whom we cohabit the earth. Our focus will be on Australian fauna as well as introduced species that now feature in the Australian context.

Submissions for Echidna Tracks Issue 3: Insects, Animals, Birds and Fish will be accepted throughout the month of April, 2019 via the form on the website.

https://echidnatracks.com/submissions/

Call for Submissions: Echidna Tracks Issue 3: Insects, Animals, Birds and Fish

For Issue 3 we will be looking for previously unpublished haiku sharing your observations and interactions with insects, animals, birds or fish. Species definitions do not matter here; amoeba, spiders, butterflies, molluscs, whales, coral reefs, ecosystems and our own animal nature all lie within our scope. We prefer haiku compatible with an appreciation of all with whom we cohabit the earth. Our focus will be on Australian fauna as well as introduced species that now feature in the Australian context.

Submissions for Echidna Tracks Issue 3: Insects, Animals, Birds and Fish will be accepted throughout the month of April, 2019 via the form on the website.

https://echidnatracks.com/submissions/

AHS Autumn Equinox Haiku String 2019

AHS invites you to share with us your original haiku about City Life. This is a wide-ranging topic. We invite you to explore a multiplicity of ideas in the String without using the words ‘city life’.

The haiku will be linked by the subject City Life. It is not necessary for each haiku to relate to the one before it.

Continue reading “AHS Autumn Equinox Haiku String 2019”

Chamber Poets #67

Chamber Poets #67 invite you to celebrate International Haiku Day with them a few days early this year at their next monthly reading

Saturday 13 April 1 – 4pm
Woodend RSL Sub-Branch
32 Anslow St. Woodend Victoria 3442

Featured poets:

ALICE WANDERER
ELIZABETH BEATON
MYRON LYSENKO
Plus: OPEN SECTION

Music by BLACK FOREST SMOKE

Entry by note donation
Including a raffle for book prizes
Devonshire Tea & Bar facilities available

ALL ARE WECLOME

Enquiries: myronpoet@hotmail.com

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Ginko-With-Lysenko-156663058472/