Reminder: submissions for the 2nd running of the John Bird Dreaming Award for Haiku close on the 1st March 2023. For full details, including how to submit, please see the original post.
a dazzle of zebras
at the waterhole
Greetings from the President
It has been another prosperous year for Australian haiku and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all poets for their poetry, company, comradeship and countless other contributions throughout the year. Australian haiku continues to grow thanks to your efforts both here and in the globalised haiku arena. It has been a joy to read your poems here, there and everywhere.
The Annual HSA Renku Award for 2022 in memorial of Bernard Lionel Einbond is still open until October 31.Continue reading “2022 Haiku Society of America Renku Award – still open”
Submissions close on October 31 (USA time) for the 2022 San Francisco Haiku/Senryu/Tanka contest sponsored by Haiku Poets of Northern California (HPNC). The full Submission Guidelines are available on their website.Continue reading “The San Francisco International Haiku/Senryu/Tanka Contest 2022”
October will be a busy month for haiku happenings in Australia.
- Submissions have opened for the Fourth Australian Haiku Anthology, to be edited by Lyn Reeves, Beverley George and Rob Scott.
- Registrations close on 5th October for Haiku Down Under 2022, which takes place on the weekend of October 7-9.
- Echidna Tracks is calling for submissions for Issue 10 throughout October.
- Entries for the John Bird Dreaming Award 2023 will open shortly, so stay tuned for details.
Haiku Down Under 2022 will be held via Zoom over the weekend of October 7-9. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to connect with fellow haiku poets from Australia, New Zealand and further afield. Registrations are now open. Visit the Haiku Down Under webpages for details of the programme and presenters.
our blind dog
noses her way round the yard