Writing Haiku – workshop this weekend!

MyronAs part of the Melbourne Spoken Word Festival, Myron Lysenko will be leading a haiku workshop on Sunday 14th July.

Myron has been teaching contemporary haiku since the end of the twentieth century. He will show examples of haiku and will teach you how to compose haiku and how to use specific techniques to achieve this. If you are in Melbourne this weekend take the opportunity to learn more about the art and craft of contemporary haiku.

You can find more details and book for the workshop here

Myron is the Victorian regional representative for Australian Haiku Society. His haiku collection a rosebush grabs my sleeve was published by Flat Chat Press in 2005. He won an international haiku prize in Japan in 2004 – the Suruga Baika Literary Award for Haiku. His haiku have been published in many overseas and Australian haiku journals. Myron was part of RookuTroupe – a trio of haiku poets instrumental in having haiku published on Melbourne’s suburban trains in 2006. Myron conducts ginko in scenic surroundings in Victoria.

Date: 14th July, 2019
Time: 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Place: Siteworks: Workroom
533 Saxon Street, Brunswick, VIC

 

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/