Tag Archives: Teachers

Promote Haiku During National Literacy Awareness Month

September is National Literacy Awareness Month. I learned long ago, when I was asked to teach haiku to public school students, that haiku and senryu were great ways to  not only to enrich their vocabulary, but to get them reading … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 14, 2017

Dear Readers and Followers: Today on The Daily Haiku, we are dong something different from the usual. Many of you are familiar with Tom Painting, longtime award-winning poet of haiku whose work is often featured on this blog. Tom is … Continue reading

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The Art of Haiku & Senryu: Exhibit/Workshop

Dear Followers and Readers: There’s not much time left to see my “Art of Haiku” Exhibit at the Chicago Public Library that runs through the end of the month. But, if you live in the Chicago area, you still have … Continue reading

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