Selected Haiku 1961-2012, of Kaneko Tohta (edited by Richard Gilbert et al.)
“Kaneko is relevant not only as a haiku poet of Japan, but as a philosopher-poet of international stature, whose works and thought place him in rarified company. His vision is eye-opening, accessible, and refreshingly direct. You won’t find an ivory tower academic or ideologue here; instead, the raw power of a boxer . . .” from the introduction by Richard Gilbert. Volume 4 of the Kaneko series. Awarded a 2012 Touchstone Distinguished Books Award First Prize for Best Individual Collection by The Haiku Foundation.
Size: 4.25″ x 6.5″
Binding: perfect softbound