Haiku, Senryu and Drawings
Claire Cooperstein’s attractive, self-produced (1986) chapbook is representative of the norm of its time: beautiful papers, crisp type, artless sketches, and an amiable attentiveness to “moments,” in this case with a personal formal style and no automatically enforced syllable count.
Jim Kacian Archival Library
All rights reserved. This book is republished here with the kind permission of the author.
THF Book of the Week 27oct214