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  • Collection: Haiku Journals

Seer-Ox_1.pdf
A journal of eclectic haiku.

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High/Coo Quarterly was published from 1976 until 1982, publishing a total of 24 issues. It featured many types of brief poetry such as haiku, senryu, tanka, lyrics, epigrams, and minimalist visual poems.

Kokako32_cover.pdf
Kokako is published in New Zealand and is a magazine of haiku, tanka, haibun and related genres. It appears twice annually, in April and September.

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The most common form of haiku continues to express feeling connected to nature. Autumn Moon Haiku Journal intends to emphasize this common form of haiku.

mariposa39.pdf
Mariposa is the membership journal of the Haiku Poets of Northern California. The print publication features haiku and senryu, as well as tanka, haibun, short linked verse, and brief articles related to these poetic forms.

tsuri-doro_1.1.pdf
A small journal of haiku and senryu

1963-AmericanHaiku-1-1.pdf
The first serious journal of English-language haiku.

haikupage_3.pdf
A haiku journal in English, edited and published by JQ Zheng

Haiku_#1_1967 (2).pdf
An early English-language haiku journal.

echidnatracks_issue1.pdf
A haiku journal of haiku poems based on experiences of life in Australia, originally published, one a day, on Echidna Tracks Australian Haiku website:
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