A Primer of Organic Form
Haiku--history and criticism
"Organic form is an oxymoron — form implies a repeatable technique, and organic suggests shape devised for a specific instance. This brief booklet is a primer of how to marry the two together: how to use pace to control a verbal experience to achieve a desired result. Organic shape is the last (largely) unexplored means of presenting haiku, and a challenge to the poet as viewer as well as writer." -Jim Kacian
Jim Kacian Archive
Red Moon Press
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