Join in The Renku Sessions, led by John Stevenson. Go to »
Every six weeks or so a panel of invited writers will weigh in, long and short, on a variety of topics critical to haiku. Add your voice to the mix. Go to Field Notes »
Please submit your best work to our HaikuNow! international contests! Prizes will be awarded for English-language haiku in three categories: traditional, contemporary and innovative. We are accepting entries for this contest from now until March 31, 2014. Go to the HaikuNow! Contests »
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 over 1000 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 »
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.
Join The Haiku Foundation Forums, where beginning and experienced haiku poets exchange views and workshop their poems. Go to the Forums »
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 »