2016 Member News & Announcements
Lenard D. Moore • <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Check out a recent NPR radio interview of Lenard D. Moore at WUNC, April 25, 2016. This is a fun interview with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill radio station. Here is the link:
Julie Warther <email@example.com> • Aoril 1, 2016
Ohaio-ku Study Group
The first meeting of the Ohaio-ku Study Group will meet Saturday, April 9 from 10am-noon at the Cuyahoga Falls Public Library in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. <http://cuyahogafallslibrary.org> The study group is open to anyone from beginners to seasoned haiku poets. Each session will include writing exercises, discussion of published haiku and time for attendees to write and share their work. The group will meet the second Saturday of every month.
Questions may be directed to Julie Warther at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Debbie Strange <email@example.com> • March 24, 2016
Tom Clausen, of the Mann Library, hosts a featured haiku poet at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York for the month of March. You can see the most recent featured author, Debbie Strange, at:
Dan Schwerin <firstname.lastname@example.org> • March 6, 2016
Haiku Group in Waukesha, WI
Our next gatherings are Wednesday March 9th 630-8pm as well as Wednesday, April 13, from 630 to 8pm. We meet at First UMC Waukesha, 121 Wisconsin Ave., Waukesha, WI 53186.
John Stevenson <email@example.com> • February 23, 2016
On March 27, Easter Sunday, John Stevenson will be giving a talk on the subject of "yoin" (resonance) as part of the "Salon Series" presented by the Sachiyo Ito & Company dance troop in New York. Renowned shakuhachi artist, James Schlefer, will talk about resonance in Japanese music. And the event will close with improvised Japanese dance and shakuhachi based upon haiku by John Stevenson.
Guest Artists: James Schlefer, John Stevenson
Date: Sunday March 27, 2016 Sunday at 3pm-4pm
Place: Tenri Cultural Institute, 43A West 13th St. (Between 5th & 6th Avenue) NYC
Admission: $15 general, $10 for senior & student
Information: 212-627-0265; www.dancejapan.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
H.S.A. members are invited to attend without charge, though a voluntary contribution would be appreciated.
Aubrie Cox <email@example.com> • February 21, 2016
Frogpond now has its own social media accounts! Follow for updates, sneak peaks, and haiku sightings.
Cliff T. Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org> • February 6, 2016
The Texoma Haiku Society is meeting on the third Sunday of each month from 1-3pm at the Midway Mall Food Court in Sherman, Texas. For more information contact Cliff T. Roberts at <email@example.com> or 903-893-8435.
Sun. Feb 21, 2016 - THS Feb Meeting
Program: Love Verse In Haiku - Celiia Stewart Powells
Hajin: Brenda Roberts
Sun. March 20, 2016 - THS March Meeting
Program: Irish Haiku
Haijin: to be announced
Sunday, April 3, 2016 - Spring Contest Deadline
Sun. April 17, 2016 - THS April Meeting
National Haiku Poetry Day
Program: How To Read Haiku
Haijin: to be announced
Dan Schwerin <firstname.lastname@example.org> • February 5, 2016
New Haiku Group in Waukesha, WI
Dan Scwerin writes that a new haiku group started last July and it's still going. "There are several publishing haiku now, several beginners, and those like me who are eternal novices. All are welcome." For now this haiku group meets 6:30 to 8:00 pm on the second or fourth Wednesday at First UMC Waukesha, 121 Wisconsin Ave., Waukesha, WI 53186. We gather next on Feb. 24 from 630-8pm.
Questions? Contact Dan at <email@example.com>
Michele Root-Bernstein <firstname.lastname@example.org> • February 5, 2016
Calling All Midwest Haiku Poets,
I want to let you know personally about a haiku study group that is set to begin Saturday, February 20th, 2016 at Michigan State University. Meetings are planned for the 3rd Saturday of every month—at least through April 16th—and beyond if there is interest. I sure hope so! This is a group meant for students and for community members, for novice poets and seasoned haijin alike. If you can come to one, some, or all meetings, please do! We need you!
There's a bit of information about me and the haiku study group format I envision:
In a nutshell~
Dates: February 20, March 19, April 16, 2016
Time: Saturdays, 1 – 3 pm
Where: On campus in Snyder Hall, C302. Snyder Hall is a Residence Hall at 362 Bogue Street, off of Grand River Avenue. You can look it up on this map: http://maps.msu.edu/interactive/
I am looking forward to this opportunity to celebrate haiku in the Midwest. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you are ever in East Lansing and would like to join in the fun!
Charlie Rossiter <firstname.lastname@example.org> • January 29, 2016
Haiku writer Randy Brooks is the featured poet on Poetry Spoken Here podcast on Friday, February 5. During the program he will read his poems and discuss such topics as the social nature of haiku, the aural tradition of haiku and teaching haiku. Subscribe to the podcast series on iTunes (free) and receive an automatic notification when the podcast is posted. In addition to his long history of writing haiku, Brooks is the proprietor of Brooks Books and a long-time faculty member at Millikin University in Decatur, IL.
The podcast also includes a brief review of Robert Hass book, The Essential Haiku.
Poetry Spoken Here--new podcast 1st & 3rd Fridays
Roberta Beary <email@example.com> • January 18, 2016
Roberta Beary will read from her latest work Deflection, a collection of haibun and haiku sequences, on Sunday, March 13, 2016 at 2PM at The Writer's Center in Chase Chase, Maryland. The reading will be followed by a reception and book signing. Free admission. Event Contact Information <http://Writer.org <http://writer.org/> 301-654-8664, The Writer's Center. Deflection was selected by poet Grace Cavalieri as an Exemplar for National Poetry Month Best Pick in the Washington Independent Review of Books.
Miriam Borne <firstname.lastname@example.org> • November 29, 2015
HSA METRO NE MEETING
Saturday,December 5th, 2015
2:30pm to 5:30 pm
Westbeth Community Room
155 Bank Street
New York, NY
Program: " WARTIME SUITE"
Prologue and haiku by Doris Heitmeyer, based on her experiences of World War II on the home front. Spoken, Choreographed and Danced by Miriam Borne with music and sounds of the 1940's.
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