Category Archives: Book Review

Special to The Daily Haiku: July 24, 2021–Review of Barbara Tate’s Latest Collection

Thus far in 2021, Poet Barbara Tate has published two significant collections of haiku, tanka, and haibun. The first one, “far more than I ever was,” has already been reviewed on this blog. The second one, just released, “darkness in … Continue reading

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Book Review by Robert Epstein

Book Review: Three Simple Lines: My Pilgrimage to the Heart and Homeland of Haiku by Natalie Goldberg  Reviewed by Robert Epstein  (Reprinted from Frogpond, Vol. 44:2, Spring/Summer 2021, with Robert Epstein’s permission) Natalie Goldberg is a beloved American writing teacher … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku Special: March 20, 2021–New Poetry Collection by Barbara Tate!

Barbara Tate, a very accomplished writer and author of many genres, has just published “far more than I ever was: haiku, tanka and haibun.” It’s a very attractive, generous, and endearing collection by someone whose work is often featured on … Continue reading

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Nov. 2, 2020 Special: The Daily Haiku

October sugar maples undressing top down by Donna Bauerly (USA) Charlotte Digregorio reviewed this book authored by Poet Donna Bauerly on Goodreads– a must-read for haikuists! Donna Bauerly is the author of Raymond Roseliep: Man of Art Who Loves the … Continue reading

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Just What We Need: Thoughtful and Humorous Poetry about Angels

During this pandemic, many people have probably tapped into spirituality, even if they aren’t religious. Since childhood, we’ve always been intrigued by the idea of guardian angels who walk with us and protect us when we need them. Now, we … Continue reading

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New Reviews of Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing

Here are some of the latest reviews of my new poetry/reference book, Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing. (236 pages). Thanks to all of you who’ve taken the time to read my book and  to comment! Much appreciated! Keep writing … Continue reading

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Read This New Poetry Collection

A new collection, arrhythmia: haiku by Bruce H. Feingold takes us on the adventure of the poet’s life and renews our spirit with acceptance, gratitude, and wonder for our own journeys. Feingold, a psychologist, and award-winning haikuist of three other … Continue reading

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Book Review: New Poetry Collection by Michael Escoubas

In Steve Henderson in Poetry and Paint, by Poet Michael Escoubas, we are offered an exceptional collection of ekphrastic poems complementing the art pieces of Henderson, a nationally-known painter. Escoubas’ poems are inspired by thirty-two of Henderson’s pieces, the latter … Continue reading

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Read This Great Review Posted Today!

http://highlandparkpoetry.org/reviewsthanks.html Many thanks to Michael Escoubas for reviewing my new book, and writing a terrific review at that!

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A New Book by Seasoned Author and Editor Robin Stratton!

The measure of evaluating whether autobiographical poems and essays are entertaining and thoughtful is when you feel as if you’ve know the author all your life, despite never having met her. This is how readers will feel after reading Robin … Continue reading

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