Tom Clausen not only hosts this feature, but has long worked in the genre himself. Some early work can be found here, in a self-published chapbook dating to 1994.
You can read the entire book in the THF Digital Library.
All haiku in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by Tom Clausen, and are used with permission.
empty parking lot some wind collects and swirls leaves into a shapein early morning rain I return a stranger's solemn nodwith friends I open the fortune cookie without a fortunein another country from a flatcar the Milky Waysidewalk sale- wind twists a lifetime guarantee tagx-ray room they remove her crucifixmorning zazen: marriage counseling ourselvestrain receding its wake in the grasses still wavingend to end three Ramblers take part in the overgrown fieldcold autumn wind in all the cracks eyes of barncatsautumn moonlight folded in the clothes on the floorthe hypnotist describes her technique sound of the streamcalling for the lost cat... windchimesmountaintop giving back each breaththe way rain takes the mountain