A New Resonance 10: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku, edited by Jim Kacian and Dee Evetts
Winner of a Haiku Society of America Merit Book Award 2018 (HM) for Best Anthology!
New Resonance poets now number nearly 200. They have won scads of contests, their subsequent books have been accorded the honor of serious and adulatory review and critique, and many are recognized amongst the leaders of literary haiku in their respective countries and around the world. These seventeen new members to this rather exclusive confederacy, then, have a very high standard against which to measure themselves, but equally high expectations of their ultimate position in the haiku community. This is the tenth volume in a much-awarded series.
deep summer . . . the give of the porch beneath bare feet — S. M. Abeles poems I used to know a rabbit slips under the hedge — Mary Frederick Ahearn spring sun my boy tells everyone the same secret — Johan Bergstad dog days settling in slippers of sand — Meik Blottenberger swimming lesson my son floating away from me — Mark E. Brager saturday night searching for a verb — Sondra J. Byrnes casting for bonefish all we think we desire — Bill Deegan busted knuckles . . . my father’s blood mixing with mine — Chase Gagnon i start the day dreaming — Elmedin Kadric distant thunder the memories of my father all worn out — Marcus Liljedahl retirement party the cake knife slices through my name — Joe McKeon atlas the weight of my dreams — Stella Pierides arguing about politics — dad feeds the dog under the table — Rob Scott spring breeze — somewhere in the valley playtime — David Serjeant ad infinitum i go back to square one — Shloka Shankar moving day a doll’s house on the street — Els van Leeuwen no jobs in the paper again . . . first snow — Dick Whyte
Size: 5.5″ x 8.25″
Binding: perfect softbound
This reprinted edition may vary slightly in format, but contains all the content of the original Red Moon Press edition.