2017 Member News & Announcements
Lenard D. Moore <LMoore@umo.edu> • April 2, 2017
Lenard D. Moore is please to announce that there will be a Poetry and UMO Jazz Band Performance at UNC—Chapel Hill:
Music on the Porch: Lenard D. Moore & University of Mount Olive Jazz Band
April 6 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Chapel Hill NC
Chris Slaughter • <firstname.lastname@example.org> • March 27, 2017
Chris Slaughter invites members to submit to a new journal, Nourish-poetry & haiku. To submit your poetry and/or haiku, please click on the link below:
Jerry Ball is honorary editor for haiku.
John Stephenson <email@example.com> • March 22, 2017
The Peggy Willis Lyles Haiku Award for 2017
How to enter: By email to John Stevenson at firstname.lastname@example.org (put "Peggy Willis Lyles Haiku Award" in the subject line; provide haiku in the body of the email only-attachments will not be opened; include your name and your location as you would like to see each listed) The submitted poems must not have been published; not accepted for publication; not under consideration by anyone other than us before we announce the contest results. Deadline for entries: June 1, 2017
Debbie Strange • <email@example.com>
HSA member Debbie Strange is thrilled to announce the publication of her haiku chapbook, A Year Unfolding. For information regarding this new release from Folded Word, please see the following link:
Bev Momoi <firstname.lastname@example.org> • January 28, 2017
The Nicholas A. Virgilio Memorial Haiku Competition for high school students is now accepting entries online. We STRONGLY encourage all submissions online but will still accept paper submissions this year during the transition.
Go to online entry form:
ONLINE FORM LINK: https://goo.gl/forms/iEQNQZX714VL8oTX2
John Stevenson <email@example.com> • January 27, 2017
The United Nations International School and the Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations have announced their 2017 Student Haiku Contest.
The United Nations International School, the Northeast Council of Teachers of Japanese, and the Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations are proud to host the 2017 Student Haiku Contest.
Now in its eleventh year, the contest is open to students in grades 1 through 12 and, once again, their teachers. As in the past, poems written in English or in Japanese are eligible, and experienced judges will decide the winners in each of these two language categories.
UN Student Haiku Contest guidelines (PDF)
Entries should reflect as much as possible a deeper understanding of the aesthetic principles of haiku instead of focusing only on the syllable count. Applications are due by March 10, 2017.
2016 Member News & Announcements
Sandra Simpson <firstname.lastname@example.org> • December 20, 2016
Haiku NewZ, and its parent the New Zealand Poetry Society, have moved to a new website which has a fresh look. Find Haiku Happenings here:
To access and navigate the rest of the pages, hover your mouse over Affiliates in the top menu. A drop-down tab will appear that says Haiku New Zealand. All the previous content is available, although some of the groupings are now slightly different. ~Sandra Simpson
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