Each Friday, Haiku Maven offers advice about awkward situations involving haiku poets. See the Haiku Maven archive.
Each Monday, the Book of the Week Archive takes a second look at the life’s blood of haiku, the individual collection. See the Book of the Week archive.
The Haiku Registry is a gallery of over 400 poets who have published English-language haiku in an edited journal, either in print or online. Go to the Registry »
Our Video Archive is a collection of interviews, readings, video haiga, and more. We hope to document the development of haiku in English in the 20th and 21st centuries. Read More »
The Haiku Foundation Touchstone Awards reward excellence and innovation in the haiku genre. We are currently accepting nominations for the Touchstone Distinguished Book Awards and for the Touchstone Awards for Individual Poems. Read More »
April 17, National Haiku Poetry Day, is a celebration of the genre of haiku, a kind of poetry whose origins date back a millennium in Japan; and more specifically, of English-language haiku, which has now been written for more than a century. Read More »
Join The Haiku Foundation Forums, where beginning and experienced haiku poets exchange views and workshop their poems. Go to the Forums »
THF Haiku is an app for the Apple platform. Shake your phone or other mobile device and a new poem appears. The app is loaded with 365 haiku from poets around the globe, showing the range of topics and form characteristic of today’s—not your grandfather’s—haiku! Share your favorites with friends with a click. Read More »
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