Poetry Advent Calendar Day 21

D.A. Lockhart brings us our 21st poem from his 2020 collection of haiku and haibun Tùkhòne. The section of haiku follows the Lenape moon cycle, and today we feature the haiku of the first snow moon. Today’s poems feature winter imagery that reminds us in small ways that even though we feel alone, we aren’t. Wini... Read more »

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Tùkhòne Preview

We’re so pleased to be able to share these previews of DA Lockhart’s upcoming book of poetry Tùkhòne. The Miramichi Reader has shared a selection of the Haibun, which draws inspiration from notable Detroit musicians. The /temz/ Review has shared a variety of Lockhart’s poems, some are from this upcoming collection, and some are not. Definitely check it out to get... Read more »

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Poetry Month Feature: D A Lockhart

Hello lovely poetry fans! We hope you’re as excited as we are to kick off poetry month! To celebrate we’ll be featuring one poet every Wednesday with an exclusive interview and a poem or two. Without further ado, we’d like to introduce you to D A Lockhart, author of Big Medicine Comes to Erie (2016) and This City... Read more »

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Haiku Conference

Thank you everyone who made it out to the 2017 Haiku Canada Conference. The event was a great success! Please visit Anna Yin’s blog at the following link for all the details. Check out the video below for highlights and photos from the conference.  

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Anna Yin Poetry Project

Anna Yin has been encouraging the residents of Mississauga to reach out to their surroundings through poetry. It’s her hope that this video will encourage others to read and write more poetry and connect to nature and their cities on a more profound level. Click the link to enjoy the sights of Mississauga and the... Read more »

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Riffs & Ripples from Zen River Gardens ReViews Day Moon Rising

Terry Ann Carter‘s latest book Day Moon Rising received a great review in Chris Faiers’ blog Riffs & Ripples from Zen River Gardens. Here’s a snippet of what Faiers had to say: Terry is a master haijin, and current President of Haiku Canada. But most of the poetry is longer in form, and truly heart... Read more »

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