A New Resonance 11: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku, edited by Jim Kacian and Julie Warther
The New Resonance haiku community continues to grow, now recognizing 185 members. These poets continue to appear in the major haiku journals and elsewhere, and their books have been accorded the honor of serious and adulatory review and critique. Many are recognized among 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 eleventh volume in a much-awarded series.
how easily you start over new moon — Debbi Antebi calling into my dream morning birds — Joseph Salvatore Aversano headland mist a curlew at the tip of a cry — Paul Chambers he brings flowers the same shade — bruises — Terri L. French cicada husk the mark from my wedding ring already fading — Joshua Gage milkweed pod even if we fell in love — Brent Goodman family secrets a fly chooses the butter — Tia Haynes snow crocus watching the way you watch me — Jessica Latham spring rain an old letter unfolded again — Anna Maris flowering bittersweet . . . the chances i did take — Elliot Nicely morning bus a happy face in the window fog — Jacquie Pearce a lifetime of grass in my hair prairie wind — Sandi Pray redwood grove . . . the parts of my life I leave unspoken — Sharon Pretti all that shines in a magpie’s nest . . . morning frost — Dave Read last rites — I watch her eyes let go of me — Hansha Teki morning moon — the half life of memory — Angela Terry slow descent — this sudden urge to share life stories — Lew Watts
Size: 5.5" x 8.25"
Binding: perfect softbound