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Don’t Bother With Resolutions–Set Goals

In many people’s minds, there may not be much of a difference between setting resolutions  and setting goals, but I think there is. Resolutions sound more like a do or die thing to me. Whereas, goals are something that we … Continue reading

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Poets Can Enrich Their Work: Collaborate with Visual Artists/Musicians

I am exhibiting a piece of haiga– a haiku sequence illustrated with graphic art by Nicole Garcia– at City Hall in Highland Park, IL. The group show, featuring poets and artists, is sponsored by The Art Center of Highland Park. … Continue reading

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In The News!

Dear Readers and Followers: Writers need publicity, so you should always keep that in mind as a writer. Actually, all professionals need publicity. Do interesting things, and get noticed. Seek publicity. That’s my best advice for you. This recently ran … Continue reading

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More Haiku News and More Events

Dear Readers and Followers: I recently was appointed as a Haiku Ambassador of The Haiku Foundation, and among other duties, I will be their Publicity Director. I served many years on the Board of the Haiku Society of America as … Continue reading

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News from the Haiku Homefront

Dear Readers and Followers: Here’s some news you might be interested in, if you live in or near the metro Chicago area. It’s about a few of the workshops and exhibits I’ll be doing in the next few months that … Continue reading

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You are a Writer, Whether or Not You Believe It

Tell yourself you are a writer and believe it. You’ll become a professional writer before long. I work more than an eight-hour day, and more than a five-day work week. I am always productive as a writer whether or not … Continue reading

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My Haiku Exhibit Travels Again

Dear Readers and Followers, Just a reminder that my illustrated haiku/senryu/haiku sequences exhibit travels to Mundelein, Illinois on Jan. 8.  It will be at the Fremont Public Library, 1170 N. Midlothian Rd., through April 1. In 2016, it was at … Continue reading

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