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UPDATE:
The KPFK interview has been aired, and the podcast is available for listening and free download:

KPFK Poets Cafe - Richard Gilbert, by Poets Cafe
http://poetscafe.podomatic.com/entry/2016-01-27T21_35_10-08_00


RADIO: HAIKU! -
Poets Cafe with Richard Gilbert & Co-Host Deborah P. Kolodji
Presented by Lois P. Jones,
Poets Cafe, KPFK Radio - Los Angeles 90.7 fm.

WED. January 27th
TIME: 8:30 P.M. PST
www.kpfk.org (Listen Live)
Additional information and comments, posted on Facebook:

[Note. THURS. January 28, 12:30pm, in Japan]

Event page:
Poets Cafe with Richard Gilbert & Co-Host Deborah P. Kolodji
https://www.facebook.com/events/848866728558011/

The show will be archived as a podcast at KPFK, and also will be available on the Rattle:Poetry blog, hosted by Timothy Green (editor):

KPFK Podcast Archive:
http://archive.kpfk.org/

Rattle: Poetry (Tim Green's blog):
http://www.timothy-green.org/blog/

This show was recorded last summer -- January 27th will be its first public broadcast. A personal thanks to Debbie for making it all happen and for co-hosting, to Lois, a delightful interviewer & poet, and to Marlena who produced the show. Hope you all enjoy it, we certainly did.

Poets Cafe is presented on the second, fourth, & fifth Wednesdays at 8:30 PM.

[Tech. note: Year 2015 average listenership (listed by "Arbitron") at 130,000. With its 110,000 watt main transmitter atop Mount Wilson, KPFK is one of the most powerful FM stations in the western United States. The station can be heard from the California/Mexico border to Santa Barbara to Ridgecrest/China Lake. KPFK (90.7 FM) is a listener-sponsored radio station which serves the Greater Los Angeles Area, and also streams 24 hours a day via the Internet. It was the second of five stations in the non-commercial, listener-sponsored Pacifica Radio network (wiki).]

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UPDATE:
The KPFK interview has been aired, and the podcast is available for listening and free download:

KPFK Poets Cafe - Richard Gilbert, by Poets Cafe
http://poetscafe.podomatic.com/entry/2016-01-27T21_35_10-08_00


RADIO: HAIKU! -
Poets Cafe with Richard Gilbert & Co-Host Deborah P. Kolodji
Presented by Lois P. Jones,
Poets Cafe, KPFK Radio - Los Angeles 90.7 fm.

WED. January 27th
TIME: 8:30 P.M. PST
www.kpfk.org (Listen Live)
Additional information and comments, posted on Facebook:

[Note. THURS. January 28, 12:30pm, in Japan]

Event page:
Poets Cafe with Richard Gilbert & Co-Host Deborah P. Kolodji
https://www.facebook.com/events/848866728558011/

The show will be archived as a podcast at KPFK, and also will be available on the Rattle:Poetry blog, hosted by Timothy Green (editor):

KPFK Podcast Archive:
http://archive.kpfk.org/

Rattle: Poetry (Tim Green's blog):
http://www.timothy-green.org/blog/

This show was recorded last summer -- January 27th will be its first public broadcast. A personal thanks to Debbie for making it all happen and for co-hosting, to Lois, a delightful interviewer & poet, and to Marlena who produced the show. Hope you all enjoy it, we certainly did.

Poets Cafe is presented on the second, fourth, & fifth Wednesdays at 8:30 PM.

[Tech. note: Year 2015 average listenership (listed by "Arbitron") at 130,000. With its 110,000 watt main transmitter atop Mount Wilson, KPFK is one of the most powerful FM stations in the western United States. The station can be heard from the California/Mexico border to Santa Barbara to Ridgecrest/China Lake. KPFK (90.7 FM) is a listener-sponsored radio station which serves the Greater Los Angeles Area, and also streams 24 hours a day via the Internet. It was the second of five stations in the non-commercial, listener-sponsored Pacifica Radio network (wiki).]

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Greetings fellow night sky travelers,

Here, an update following two lunar cycles of submissions. We've received a a number of poetic works, and hope to see more in the coming months:

Please send your haiku, haibun and short-form poetry to:

               [email protected]

There are two topics to mention in this update:

1) We haven't received any graphic images or photography yet, and would encourage your abstract as well as realist-naturalist inclinations. (We can arrange for the receipt of large files via FTP, etc., if needed.)

2) Speaking of realism, the great majority of submissions have been composed in realistic-naturalistic narrative modes -- we'd like to encourage thoughts and musings on "cosmos" that are as extensive as imagination allows, including works that touche on sociality, political reality, psychological truth, interiority, dream, fantasy, etc. Our anthology is not restricted to haiku and tanka genres. By way of example:

water as a magic potion
stars through the broken cistern
how broken this

Here we are less concerned whether the above is seen as "haiku" or "short-form poem" though certain associated characteristics are appreciated. To date, few known poets from North America have submitted works, so we invite your participation.

The projected deadline for submissions is the Solstice of June 21 (Universal Time).

More detailed information is given here:
http://research.gendaihaiku.com/natural-night

Some queries have been received concerning haiga.
We are not inviting haiga, as text and images are to be treated separately within the anthology.

Thank you and Happy Solar New Year,
Richard Gilbert




The original post (October 30, 2013):

The Natural Night Haiku Anthology
http://research.gendaihaiku.com/natural-night
is seeking submissions, for a book to be published by Red Moon Press, next year.

Please see the above link for additional information, and spread the word by link via FceBook, blogs, etc., if you don't mind.

Seeking your poetry: haiku, haibun and short-form poetry.

Seeking your: images, photographs, graphic designs, etc.

Previously published works are fine (please include the source citation and your permission to use).

There is no firm deadline for submissions; publication is planned for spring-summer, 2014.

Thanks very much,
Richard Gilbert (editor)

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Greetings fellow night sky travelers,

The Natural Night Haiku Anthology
http://research.gendaihaiku.com/natural-night
is seeking submissions, for a book to be published by Red Moon Press, next year.

Please see the above link for additional information, and spread the word by link via FceBook, blogs, etc., if you don't mind.

Seeking your poetry: haiku, haibun and short-form poetry.

Seeking your: images, photographs, graphic designs, etc.

Previously published works are fine (please include the source citation and your permission to use).

There is no firm deadline for submissions; publication is planned for spring-summer, 2014.

Thanks very much,
Richard Gilbert (editor)



 

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