Tag Archives: Linked Verse

Haiku Special: May 8, 2021–New Book by Philomene Kocher and Marco Fraticelli!

Have you ever heard of “septenga”? A septenga is haiku– a sequence of seven links, starting with a three-liner, followed by two, and ending with a three-liner. (3-2-3-2-3-2-3). The poem contains a theme that unites the seven links, and it … Continue reading

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New Opportunity for Rengay Poets

Submitted by Seren Fargo: Tandem: The Rengay Journal    A new journal devoted to rengay will begin accepting submissions on Jan. 1, 2021. The Journal reflects the North American origins of the form. In advance of the formal “Call For … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku Special: June 25, 2019

Tsugigami:gathering the pieces, by haikuists/linked verse poets Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff and Connie R Meester, is an artful collection that is well-worth your time and attention. I don’t often review books, due to having many commitments, but some poetry collections I … Continue reading

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