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Washington Region
2011 Archive

 

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Washington Region 2011 - Archive

October 23, 2010 Free Haiku Workshop

In connection with the "sustainability" haiku contest, the Seattle Center and Haiku Society of America are cosponsoring a FREE public haiku workshop from 2:00 to 4:00 pm on Saturday, October 23, 2010. The workshop will take place in conference room H at Seattle Center, and will be led by Michael Dylan Welch, with help from Ce Rosenow, Tanya McDonald, and others. See http://seattlecenter.org/the-next-fifty-buzz (you may need to scroll down to find the haiku announcement in "Buzz #6"). To attend, please click the link to RSVP.

Regional Links

Haiku Northwest
http://sites.google.com/site/haikunorthwest/

American Senryu’s Birthplace in Yakima
http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/jaas/periodicals/JJAS/PDF/2005/No.16-081.pdf

FolkLife Haiku Podcast
http://www.nwfolklifeaudio.org/podcast/pages/podcast18.html

Francine Porad
http://americanhaikuarchives.org/curators/FrancinePorad.html

Graceguts
http://sites.google.com/site/graceguts/home

Hiway Haiku
http://www.portvashon.com/haiku.html

Port Townsend Haiku Group
http://sites.google.com/site/haikunorthwest/port-townsend-haiku-group

Tundra: The Journal of the Short Poem
http://sites.google.com/site/tundrashortpoem/

Washington Poets Association
http://www.washingtonpoets.org/

Join the HSA

http://www.hsa-haiku.org/join.htm

Regional Coordinator 2011

Tanya McDonald
photo by Michael Dylan Welch

Tanya McDonald
15824 182nd Ave. NE
Woodinville, WA 98072

<tanyamcdonald1375@yahoo.com>

Tanya McDonald writes haiku, fantasy novels, and old-fashioned letters. Originally from Salem, Oregon, she currently resides in Bellevue, Washington with her husband and their British cat. She is a bibliophile, as her numerous bookshelves will attest, and has an affinity for chickens.

Like many people, her initial introduction to haiku was in grade school, but it was an introduction to senryu in high school that put her on the path of short poetry. Upon discovering Michael Dylan Welch’s haiku online, her haiku horizons exponentially expanded. She has loved both reading and writing haiku ever since.

sunlit marmalade
she tells me the plan
for her ashes

Jedi mind trick—
the bus driver doesn’t ask
for my transfer slip

wild strawberries
the kiss
that never happened


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