contemporary haibun volume 11, edited by Jim Kacian, Bruce Ross, and Ken Jones
enters its second decade as the only book and series committed to the
best haibun and haiga produced each year. This volume contains 70
haibun, ranging in style from memoir to journal to short story, in tone
from the arch to the mystical, in content from the commonplace to the
supernatural. Add to this 32 haiga which include the most traditional
approaches side by side with creations employing a multitude of styles
from other traditions and media, and the result is a volume unique in
contemporary English literature.
has stood alone for a decade as the chief vehicle and bulwark of the
burgeoning haibun movement in English. Without the vanguard role of
this annual anthology, one might reasonably inquire how and perhaps if
haibun would have survived.” Jeffrey Woodward, Editor, Haibun Today
This reprinted edition may vary slightly in format, but contains all the content of the original Red Moon Press edition.