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35th Annual Haiku Holiday on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at Bolin Brook Farm in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The rollover photo includes Lenard D. Moore, Kate McQueen, and Dave Russo. Click on the photo for more photos.
The HSA maintains a website with additional information about the society, archives of winners of the HSA contests, and other haiku activities at <http://www.hsa-haiku.org>, including regional information at <http://www.hsa-haiku.org/regions/regions.htm>. The HSA also has a Facebook page. The HSA’s official archives are maintained at the California State Library at the American Haiku Archives, which has a website at <http://www.americanhaikuarchives.org/>.
The Haiku Society of America is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1968 by Harold G. Henderson and Leroy Kanterman to promote the writing and appreciation of haiku poetry in English. Membership is open to all readers, writers, translators, and students of haiku. The HSA has been meeting regularly since its inception and sponsors open lectures, workshops, readings, and contests.
2014 HSA Officers Elected.
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Enjoy the .haiku column by Gene Myers.
The society’s journal, Frogpond, which features work by HSA members and others, as well as articles and book reviews, has been published since 1978. The HSA also publishes an eletronic newsletter, Ripples, containing reports of the society’s national meetings and news of regional, national, and international events and activities.
Subscriptions to Frogpond are included with membership in HSA. There are no subscriptions available separate from membership.
Membership includes a copy of the annual members anthology.