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For Issue 3 we will be looking for previously unpublished haiku sharing your observations and interactions with insects, animals, birds or fish.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For Issue 3 we will be looking for previously unpublished haiku sharing your observations and interactions with insects, animals, birds or fish.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.

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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/

Prior Notification of AHS Spring 2018 Haiga Kukai

The Australian Haiku Society is delighted to announce that it will be holding a Haiga Kukai on the Spring equinox 2018. Two images by Ron Moss will be displayed on the AHS website from 23rd September and poets are invited to submit one previously unpublished haiku inspired by each image from that time until 29th September. Ron will then select the winning haiku which will be displayed on the AHS website.
Please note that if more than one haiku per image is submitted by any individual, only the first haiku sent will be considered.
Submissions will only be accepted if entered in the comments section, which can be found at the bottom of the post.
By entering the competition, entrants agree to make their haiku available for use on the AHS website, although the copyright will remain with the author.
No correspondence will be entered into regarding winning entries.
Please make sure that your name appears on your entry as you would like to see it on the website.

THF Per Diem

Australian haiku poet Rob Scott is guest editor for this month’s Per Diem on The Haiku Foundation. Each day during September a haiku touching on the theme of sport will be featured on the THF website. The collection is certain to include a rich variety of sports and styles.

Windfall: Australian Haiku

A reminder to Australian haiku poets that submissions to Windfall: Australian Haiku Issue 7 will be open throughout July 2018.  Please send up to six haiku relevant to the experience of urban and rural life in Australia. Observations that celebrate landform, seasons, and our unique flora and fauna, are welcome.

Email: beverleygeorge@idx.com.au

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