HSA Members Anthology
THE HAIKU SOCIETY OF AMERICA MEMBERS' ANTHOLOGY
The Haiku Society of America publishes an annual anthology of haiku and senryu by members, edited and produced by one or more editors appointed by the executive committee. All members will receive a free copy of the anthology. Starting in 2013, all members receive one free copy of the anthology.
MEMBERS ANTHOLOGY 2014
The Haiku Society of America publishes an annual anthology of haiku and senryu by members, edited and produced by one or more editors appointed by the executive committee. All members will receive a free copy of the anthology. We are pleased to announce that the editor for 2014 Members Anthology is Gary Hotham.
Deadline: In hand by May 31, 2014.
Theme: No theme; write on any subject.
Eligibility: All HSA members.
Submissions: Submit five unpublished or previously published haiku and/or senryu. Poets new to these genres should submit ten poems to provide a better selection. If a previously published poem is submitted, please include the name of the publication, volume, issue, and year. (For example, “Frogpond, Vol. 34, No. 3, 2011”). Poems should not have appeared in any other HSA anthology. Members submitting work are guaranteed to have one poem selected for publication. Email submissions are preferred.
Email Submissions: Send your work to
with “HSA 2014: your name, city, state (province), country” in the subject header. (For example, “HSA 2014: David G. Lanoue, New Orleans LA USA”). Submissions should be typed or pasted into the email message, single-spaced, with one blank line between each poem. Please do not use columns or tables. If you have special formatting instructions, you may attach your formatted poem as an rtf, txt, or Microsoft Word doc file. Include your mailing address and phone number in the text of your submission.
Postal Submissions: For those without Internet access, submit your poems typed in a single column, five poems per sheet of paper. Please type your name, address, and phone number at the top of each sheet. Mail your submission to:
HSA Members’ Anthology
c/o Gary Hotham
10460 Stansfield Rd
Scaggsville MD 20723, USA
For U.S. submissions, include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for notification of which poem is selected. For international submissions, please note that International Reply Coupons (IRCs) are no longer accepted by the U.S. Postal Service. Instead, please include a self-addressed envelope and a $1 U.S. bill to cover postage (we hope this is cheaper to acquire than a money order).
Book Orders: All members receive one free copy of the anthology. If you would like to order additional copies, we will provide a print on demand option with specific price details to be set upon publication.
The 2013 members' anthology is now available.
This World: Haiku Society of America 2013 Members' Anthology
edited by Carolyn Coit Dancy
If you would like to order additional copies of the 2013 members' anthology, the price per copy is $14 U.S., including postage in the United States. Please add $4 postage to Canada and Mexico, and $8 elsewhere).
Make checks payable to the "Haiku Society of America" (payment must accompany all orders for additional copies), and mail to:
Carolyn Coit Dancy
29 Hunters Pointe
Pittsford, NY 14534-2479
The 2012 members’ anthology has been canceled.
For inquiries about the 2011 anthology, please contact Peter and an'ya at:
an'ya and Peter B
PO Box 3627
La Pine, OR 97739-0088
Please contact Scott Mason about the availability of the 2010 member's anthology.
P.O. Box 862
Mount Kisco, NY 10549 USA
Please contact Paul Miller about availability of the 2009 member's anthology, A Travel-worn Satchel 2009 (Joseph Kirschner, Lidia Rozmus, and Charles Trumbul, Editors, 2009).
A few copies of the 2008 member's anthology, dandelion clocks - Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology 2008 (Roberta Beary and Ellen Compton, Editors, 2008) are available for sale.
The 2007 member's anthology, Flower of Another Country: Member's Anthology 2007, is sold out. This is a beautiful letter-press edition. The co-editors for 2007 are Wanda D. Cook and Linda Porter.
The 2006 Members' Anthology, Fish in Love, has been sold out. Co-Editors for 2006 were Roberta Beary and Ellen Compton.
There are still some extra copies of the HSA Members’ Anthologies available from:
31 Seal Island Road
Bristol, RI 02809
Please make checks payable to Haiku Society of America
A Travel-worn Satchel, 2009—$20
Dandelion Clocks, 2008—$15
Loose Change, 2005—$6
Walking the Same Path, 2004—$6
HSA Members’ Anthology, 2003—$6
Voices and Echoes, 2001—$6
Crinkled Sunshine, 2000—$6