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Poets: Don’t Miss this Boston Literary Magazine Interview

Attn: Readers and Followers: I was honored to be interviewed for the June issue of Boston Literary Magazine by Author Robin Stratton, its wonderful editor! You can read the interview which focuses on poetry and haiku at: https://www.bigtablepublishing.com/post/june-2022 It contains … Continue reading

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Important News: Don’t Miss Prof. David McMurray’s New Book!

David McMurray, acclaimed haiku professor and scholar in Japan, has just published a significant book in haiku studies for an international audience: “Teaching and Learning Haiku in English.” I quote McMurray from Chapter One:  I have been teaching and learning … Continue reading

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No More Excuses: Do a Reading of Your Work!

This just in–another photo taken at Madame ZuZu’s in Highland Park, IL from last weekend. Courtesy of Jennifer Dotson and Mary Beth Bretzlauf of Highland Park Poetry, the event’s sponsor. All you need is a voice, and people will come … Continue reading

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Don’t Hide in the Shadows

I hope all of you are getting out and reading your work in front of live audiences. It doesn’t matter where you live. I guarantee, there is an appreciative audience there.  Don’t hide in the shadows! Meet your readers and … Continue reading

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What is Poetry?– Interview with Charlotte Digregorio by Highland Park Poetry

5 Questions for Charlotte Digregorio 1. What drives your connection to poetry? Reading and writing poetry has always been a way for me to find peace and solace. I have loved poetry since high school, when a visiting poet came … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: March 28, 2022

staring at the branch long after the birdsong by Billy Antonio (The Philippines), Author Dwarf Stars Award Nominee Exposed Wishes: A Collection of Haiku by Billy Antonio, 2020

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Almost All 99 Seats Taken for This Free Workshop!

Hurry and Register! Charlotte Digregorio will give a free ZOOM poetry workshop, sponsored by the Winnetka (IL) Public Library. “Write & Publish Great Poetry” is slated for Sunday, April 18, 2 to 3:30 p.m. (Chicago-USA Time). For information and registration, … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Sixth Anniversary of The Daily Haiku

Dear Readers and Followers, Although this general writers’ blog has been running for 12 years, The Daily Haiku has been in existence for six years this month. We have followers from 60 countries, and it’s great to hear various voices … Continue reading

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Free verse by Michael Escoubas

Afternoon Tea by Michael Escoubas Momma set the table at the meadow’s edge where the emerald grass became a carpet for our feet. She placed a perppermint cloth on it. We donned our prettiest tea dresses: her sheer beige shift … Continue reading

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New Poetry Collection by Mary Harwell Sayler

    Don’t miss this one! Talking to the Wren: haiku, short verse, and one long poem     North American poet-writer Mary Harwell Sayler writes on everything from nature poems for children to inspirational romance novels to life-health encyclopedias … Continue reading

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