pictographs, haiku by Tony Quagliano
Tony Quagliano (1941-2007) was a poet, essayist, literary critic, jazz writer, editor and Professor of American Studies at Japan American Institute for Management Science and the University of Hawaii. He was widely published in magazines and journals, especially “long” poetry, and was the recipient of the inaugural Pushcart Prize (1976) among others. He edited, among other things, KAIMANA, The Journal of the Hawaii Literary Arts Council, and in 1997 was one of six Americans chosen to select the haiku that appear on the national Japanese American Memorial in Washington D.C.
Size: 4″ x 5.375″
Binding: saddlestapled softbound
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