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  • Collection: The Haiku Foundation Library

An anthology of haiku from the World Haiku Association Conference 2017, held in Parma, Italy.

witkin_theduckswake.pdf
Jeff Witkin’s best-known work appeared in this strong collection, self-published in 1996, produced in a letterpress edition, One of Swamp Press’s finest productions. 36 pages, stab-bound softcover with paper sleeve

witkin_beyondsnow.pdf
25 haiku.

Jeff Witkin left only two books of haiku before leaving haiku, but they made their mark. This is the earlier, from 1997. 20 pages, saddle-stapled, softcover

winke_pine.pdf
Jeff Winke has been writing and editing strong haiku for four decades. This attractive chapbook finds him at his robust best, with his special feel for environments well on display.

21 haiku, with a brief bio of the author. 16 pages,…

wilson_backtohokku.pdf
Robert Wilson, haiku editor and poet, presents his six-part study of haiku aesthetics in a modern English context, originally published in various issues of Simply Haiku.

wilson_haikuaesthetics.pdf
A compilation of Robert Wilson's six part series of essays on Japanese haiku aesthetics, in which he criticizes modern English haiku for having wandered away from its original inspiration and direction supplied by the originator of the form, Matsuo…

Robert Wilson attempts in this essay to trace the history of Western misconceptions and illusions about the true nature of Japanese haiku.

Part 5 of a series of essays entitled Japanese Haiku Aesthetics, in which Robert Wilson attempts to defend the traditional nature-centered conception of haiku inherited from Basho.

A collection of haiku by American poet Kath Abela Wilson.

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A collection of haiku by American poet John Wills.
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