The Australian Haiku Society tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1 2016-03-07T13:19:16Z Movable Type 3.2 Red Dragonflies - summer gathering tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1171 2016-03-07T13:16:00Z 2016-03-07T13:19:16Z Red Dragonflies met on Saturday the 5th March at Barbara Fisher’s home for their summer gathering to workshop haiku and enjoy each other's company. Present were Lesley Walter, Barbara Fisher, Cynthia Rowe, Dawn Bruce and their leader Vanessa Proctor. Unfortunately... Rodney Williams Red Dragonflies met on Saturday the 5th March at Barbara Fisher’s home for their summer gathering to workshop haiku and enjoy each other's company.

Present were Lesley Walter, Barbara Fisher, Cynthia Rowe, Dawn Bruce and their leader Vanessa Proctor.

Unfortunately Beverley George couldn’t make it.

Vanessa had set some very challenging writing exercises, but everyone rose to the occasion and the haiku presented were varied and fresh.

Two marked haiku were placed in the bowl after lunch and read in turn. This is always a popular activity as everyone tries to guess the author.

The meeting finished at 1:30.

- Dawn Bruce

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Red Kelpie Haiku Group – Autumn meeting & ginko #7 tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1170 2016-03-07T12:14:53Z 2016-03-07T13:21:29Z The long-term lack of rain down here in Victoria has left the water-level perceptibly low in the artificial lake beside the Terrace Tearooms at Melbourne’s Botanical Gardens, prompting dusky moorhens to wade around pecking for food in exposed mud beneath... Rodney Williams The long-term lack of rain down here in Victoria has left the water-level perceptibly low in the artificial lake beside the Terrace Tearooms at Melbourne’s Botanical Gardens, prompting dusky moorhens to wade around pecking for food in exposed mud beneath the stone walls, exactly where eels could be seen swimming under normal conditions.

With a range of other people involved unable to attend for a variety of reasons – including our leader, Lorin Ford – four members of the Red Kelpie Haiku Group still managed to gather yesterday (Sunday, 6 March) for our autumn meeting. Even if civic gardeners would have appreciated rain, the weather was beautiful – warm and sunny – while group discussion was positive and fruitful to match.

The Red Kelpie Group members joining me yesterday – Janet Howie, Jayashree Maniyil and Earl Livings – had been invited to bring along a draft version of a new haiku that was proving to be challenging. Productive conversation followed, with constructive feedback and helpful suggestions appreciated all around within this work-shopping process.

A second element of the gathering involved group members having also been asked to share a valued haiku – written by another poet – as a prompt towards dialogue, with no particular theme or technical feature specified in advance.

]> Chosen by Earl Livings, this revered poem from the United States stimulated a range of appreciative reflections:

the river
the river makes
of the moon

- Jim Kacian

Yet the work of Australian haiku poets also featured in discussion, beginning with this thought-provoking one-liner from the latest edition of 'A Hundred Gourds' (5:2, March 2016), as selected by Janet Howie:

inside the ocean the names of all the rivers

- Mark Miller

As a study of grief, this choice by Jayashree Maniyil – having appeared in 'Windfall 4' – was likewise valued within the group:

on your grave …
silk flowers made fresh
in the rain

- Michael Thorley

Having been asked by Lorin Ford to lead the group for the day, in her absence, I chose to take a close look at a famous traditional haiku in translation instead: that signature anti-war poem by Basho, generally known as ‘summer grasses …’

The very question of the best way to translate this work provided a focal point for extensive discussion within the Red Kelpie group, with conversation prompted by a variety of translations, beginning with a series of versions in haibun form, followed by other renderings of the poem as a stand-alone haiku.

Group members were struck not only by such variations in word choice – in English – from a single starting-point in Japanese, but even in poetic form (with translations not only encompassing three-line renderings, yet also a monostich, and even a four-liner).

With translators coming up with a range of solutions to the question of how best to render the prose in Basho’s haibun, along with his ‘summer grasses’ poem itself, Red Kelpie members agreed – as we set off to try to develop new work of our own – it was little wonder that crafting and drafting haiku could prove to be so challenging at times, starting from scratch, if experts could not agree about how to translate such admired work from the greatest of all haiku masters!

- Rodney Williams (on behalf of the Red Kelpie Haiku Group)

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Message from Vanessa Proctor – new AHS President tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1169 2016-03-01T13:21:04Z 2016-03-01T13:22:35Z I am honoured to take up the role of President of the Australian Haiku Society. Firstly, I’d like to pay tribute to those who had the foresight to found HaikuOz in 2000. The original mission to promote haiku within Australia... Rodney Williams I am honoured to take up the role of President of the Australian Haiku Society. Firstly, I’d like to pay tribute to those who had the foresight to found HaikuOz in 2000. The original mission to promote haiku within Australia and to bring Australian writers to the world haiku community has been so successful that Australian haiku is flourishing as never before. This is largely due to the many people who have worked tirelessly to promote Australian haiku, both in Australia and overseas. I look forward to a very bright future for HaikuOz and for English-language haiku itself.

Vanessa Proctor
President
Australian Haiku Society

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Call for submissions: ‘Moonbathing’ - A Journal of Women’s Tanka tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1168 2016-03-01T13:07:22Z 2016-03-01T13:13:41Z ‘Moonbathing’ Issue 14 is now accepting submissions. ‘Moonbathing’ will publish two issues a year: Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer. Submission guidelines: ‘Moonbathing’ will feature only women poets. Send a minimum of 5 tanka & a maximum of 10 tanka per submission period.... Rodney Williams ‘Moonbathing’ Issue 14 is now accepting submissions.

‘Moonbathing’ will publish two issues a year: Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer.

Submission guidelines:

‘Moonbathing’ will feature only women poets.

Send a minimum of 5 tanka & a maximum of 10 tanka per submission period.

‘Moonbathing’ does not publish tanka sequences or tanka prose/ taiga.

Please use Arial font/or a similar front, 12 pt size, single spaced (not double); also put your full name beneath each tanka & your state abbreviation or country abbreviation.

Send your tanka in the body of an email to:

Pamela A. Babusci (editor) moongate44@gmail.com

No attachments: make submissions in the body of emails only please.

No previously published tanka or simultaneous submissions; no tanka that has been posted on-line, on Facebook/Twitter or on a personal website/blog.

Submission deadlines:

Spring/Summer: in-hand deadline – May 15th (spring/summer themes or non-seasonal only).

]> Autumn/Winter: in-hand deadline – Nov. 15th (autumn/winter theme or non-seasonal only).

This issue Spring/ Summer theme only or non-seasonal.

Deadline: May 15, 2016
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Disclaimer:

'Moonbathing' does not assume liability for copyright infringement or failure to acknowledge previously published tanka.

Copies/ subscriptions:

Note: Paypal is now open to all poets, but add $2 extra in addition to the yearly subscription to cover PP fees, to:

Pamela Babusci moongate44@gmail.com - US funds only.

Subscriptions:

$12 for one year (two issues) U.S. and Canada; $6 for single issue. International: $16 (two issues); $8 single issue U.S. dollars, US checks; send US cash or international M.O.—payable to Pamela A. Babusci.

Mail to :

Pamela A. Babusci
Editor of ‘Moonbathing’
244 Susan Lane Apt. B
Rochester NY 14616
USA

The editor of ‘Moonbathing’ is looking forward to receiving your best tanka.

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail Pamela A. Babusci – moongate44@gmail.com

Pamela A. Babusci
Editor of ‘Moonbathing’

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A Hundred Gourds 5.2 released tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1167 2016-03-01T12:07:39Z 2016-03-01T12:10:16Z The 18th issue of A Hundred Gourds, a quarterly journal of haiku, haibun, haiga, tanka and renku poetry, is now available for your reading pleasure. http://www.ahundredgourds.com/ Please note: 1. AHG will cease publication with our next issue, AHG 5.3, in... Rodney Williams The 18th issue of A Hundred Gourds, a quarterly journal of haiku, haibun, haiga, tanka and renku poetry, is now available for your reading pleasure.

http://www.ahundredgourds.com/

Please note:

1. AHG will cease publication with our next issue, AHG 5.3, in June 2016.

AHG 5.3, our 19th issue, will be published in June. It will be our final issue, so be sure to send all submissions by the deadline of March 15th. Submissions received after the deadline will not be considered.

2. There will be no renku section in AHG 5.3

]> We thank Kala Ramesh for her willingness to join the AHG Team as Guest Renku editor for AHG 5.2. This is the last issue of AHG to contain a Renku section. William Sorlien, in his notices to some contributors last year, warned that he may not be able to continue because of other pressing responsibilities. That has turned out to be the case. We wish him well in his future endeavours.

Along with our poetry sections, AHG 5.2 includes:

FEATURE: Haiku North America 2015 — Schenectady, New York

Jennifer Sutherland reports on the bountiful variety of haiku-related presentations given at the 2015 HNA Conference, which was held in Schenectady, New York, USA. Those many of us who couldn’t be there will appreciate some wonderful glimpses into the ideas and expertise that are shared at HNA Conferences.

EXPOSITIONS

Ray Rasmussen’s essay, ‘Learning from Two Masters’ explores what might be learned from studying the work and teachings of haibun of two haiku masters who were widely separated in both time and place: Basho, from 17th century Japan and Ken Jones from 21st century Wales, UK.

Brad Bennet and Jo McInerney offer their insights into individual haiku that’ve caught their attention.

Ellis Avery reviews the ‘Genjuan Haibun Contest Decorted Works’ anthology, Rodney Williams reviews Owen Bullock’s ‘urban haiku’ and Lorin Ford reviews Rick Tarquinio’s ‘Mostly Water’.

SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE

The deadline for all submissions to AHG 5.3 (the June 2016 issue) is March 15th. Please check our submissions page for details and editors’ guidelines.

Please take the time to read the AHG submissions page, including each relevant editor’s comments and requirements, and ensure that your submission complies.

Lorin Ford – Haiku Editor, Managing Editor

for the Editorial Team, ‘A Hundred Gourds’

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HaikuOz items posted during February tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1166 2016-02-29T21:08:44Z 2016-02-29T21:10:23Z The following items were posted on the HaikuOz website during February, 2016, and can be accessed at www.haikuoz.org: Submissions open to the Living Haiku Anthology Australian poets featured in Shamrock No. 33 Further haiku response from Jo McInerney – THF’s... Rodney Williams The following items were posted on the HaikuOz website during February, 2016, and can be accessed at www.haikuoz.org:

Submissions open to the Living Haiku Anthology
Australian poets featured in Shamrock No. 33
Further haiku response from Jo McInerney – THF’s ‘re: Virals 21’
Cloudcatcher Ginko #40
Report on Bindii Japanese Poetry Genres Group Meeting: 6 February 2016
Cynthia Rowe – Living Haiku Anthology
New President Australian Haiku Society
An Evening of Poetry and Music: Bindii readers at Halifax Café, 11 February 2016
Blood Donation Haiku Contest results – Croatia
‘Notes from the Gean’, Resurrected – Message from Lorin Ford
Portfolios from Australian Haiku Poets – ‘The Living Haiku Anthology’
Australian poets successful – Martin Lucas Haiku Award 2015
Beverley George the latest Australian to be a Focus Poet in ‘Presence’
‘Otata’ – an e-zine of haiku and other short poems

]> While we remain committed to sending a group email containing the above information to all AHS members – on the first day of each month – technical difficulties continue to be experienced on a website-based level with this circulation process. Apologies are extended to any members who have not been receiving such emailed notifications. Efforts continue to be made to rectify this problem.

Meanwhile, members of the Australian Haiku Society – and other readers of HaikuOz – are reminded that you are most welcome to submit items relevant to the haiku community, both here and overseas, especially in relation to:

• haiku competitions and opportunities for publication;
• news of success in haiku writing enjoyed by Australian haiku poets; and
• reports about meetings of haiku groups in various states/ territories across this country.

Very best wishes,

Rodney Williams

Secretary
Australian Haiku Society

www.haikuoz.org
secretary@haikuoz.org
crimsonrosella56@gmail.com

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'Otata' – an e-zine of haiku and other short poems tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1165 2016-02-29T09:55:59Z 2016-02-29T09:58:19Z Otata mo aru hi wa kite kureru yama no aki fukaku Otata will come again one day late fall in the mountains — Santoka, as translated by Burton Watson As Watson notes, “Otata was a woman who went around selling... Rodney Williams Otata mo aru hi wa kite kureru yama no aki fukaku

Otata will come again
one day
late fall in the mountains

— Santoka, as translated by Burton Watson

As Watson notes, “Otata was a woman who went around selling fish in the area of Santoka’s cottage in Matsuyama.”

An e-zine of haiku and other short poems, ‘Otata’ appears on the last day of the month.

The ‘Otata’ e-zine can be accessed through this link:

https://otatablog.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/otata/

]> Including work by the Australian haiku poet Lorin Ford, the first issue of ‘Otata’ was published on the last day of January, 2016. The second issue was published in late February.

‘Otata’ is edited/ published by John Martone.

Submissions of previously unpublished work should be sent to otatahaiku@gmail.com.

All rights will revert to the poet upon publication.

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Beverley George the latest Australian to be a Focus Poet in ‘Presence’ tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1164 2016-02-28T13:28:58Z 2016-02-28T13:36:53Z Recently Beverley George became the fourth Australian haiku poet to be honoured as a Focus Poet in the respected British haiku journal ‘Presence’ (issue #54, February, 2016). Along with other poems of hers which have previously gained recognition elsewhere, the... Rodney Williams Recently Beverley George became the fourth Australian haiku poet to be honoured as a Focus Poet in the respected British haiku journal ‘Presence’ (issue #54, February, 2016).

Along with other poems of hers which have previously gained recognition elsewhere, the following new haiku by Beverley have just been featured in Focus Poet # 39 in ‘Presence’:

the haiku books
I thought I would read again
the ones I do

key in the lock our dog’s swift head count

Three other Australian haiku poets have likewise been honoured in the same way: Lorin Ford, Ron C Moss and Vanessa Proctor. Groups of both Australian and New Zealand haiku poets have also been featured in Focus pieces in ‘Presence’. (See below.)

]> Two previously unpublished haiku by Lorin Ford included in ‘Presence’ Focus Poet #37 (issue # 52, June, 2015) were:

contrails . . .
a faraway look
in the captive panther's eyes

housebound in a cowrie shell the rattle of dry sand

Two previously unpublished haiku by Ron C Moss included in ‘Presence’ Focus Poet # 35 (issue #49, were:

the high point
of our favourite song …
sun prisms

children’s voices
honey eaters flitter
over tannin water

Two haiku by Vanessa Proctor included in ‘Presence’ Focus Poet #7 (issue #23, 2004) were:

in the cat's mouth
the cicada
keeps on singing

('First Australian Haiku Anthology')

summer heat
a lorikeet sips nectar
from the flame tree

(Fourth Annual Jack Stamm Haiku Contest 2002, Commended)

The work of groups of haiku poets from both Australia and New Zealand has likewise been highlighted in ‘Presence’.

In the ‘Presence’ Focus on Australia #19 (issue #34, 2008) – compiled by Vanessa Proctor – the following poets had their work featured: Janice M Bostok, John Bird, Amelia Fielden, Beverley George, Jean Rasey and Quendryth Young.

In the ‘Presence’ Focus on New Zealand #20 (issue #35, 2008) – also compiled by Vanessa Proctor – the following poets had their work featured: Nola Borrell, Owen Bullock, Karen Peterson Butterworth, Cyril Childs, Patricia Prime and Andre Surridge.

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Australian haiku poets successful – Martin Lucas Haiku Award 2015 tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1163 2016-02-22T11:05:01Z 2016-02-22T11:07:05Z The 2015 Martin Lucas Haiku Award – conducted in the UK by ‘Haiku Presence’ – attracted 283 entries from 52 poets, with all three poems rated as Commended coming from Australian haiku poets: newborn lamb a first look towards the... Rodney Williams The 2015 Martin Lucas Haiku Award – conducted in the UK by ‘Haiku Presence’ – attracted 283 entries from 52 poets, with all three poems rated as Commended coming from Australian haiku poets:

newborn lamb
a first look towards
the stars

- Ron C Moss

full moon
she makes her butterpat
a perfect circle

- Marietta Jane McGregor

falling leaves
the open book
as you left it

- Barbara A. Taylor

Full results – with the judge’s comments – can be accessed through this link:

http://haikupresence.org/awards

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Portfolios for Australian Haiku Poets – ‘The Living Haiku Anthology’ tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1162 2016-02-22T10:42:01Z 2016-02-22T10:44:26Z While further poets are encouraged to offer selections of their work, the following Australian haiku writers already have portfolios of their haiku represented in ‘The Living Haiku Anthology’: Dawn Bruce, Jan Dobb, Lorin Ford, Simon Hanson, Myron Lysenko, Jayashree Maniyil,... Rodney Williams While further poets are encouraged to offer selections of their work, the following Australian haiku writers already have portfolios of their haiku represented in ‘The Living Haiku Anthology’:

Dawn Bruce, Jan Dobb, Lorin Ford, Simon Hanson, Myron Lysenko, Jayashree Maniyil, Ron C,. Moss, Cynthia Rowe and Scott Terrill.

Links to these various portfolios can be found below:

]> Dawn Bruce:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/87-b-poets/dawn-bruce.html

Jan Dobb:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/275-d-poets/jan-dobb.html

Lorin Ford:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/54-f-poets/lorin-ford.html

Simon Hanson:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/165-h-poets/simon-hanson.html

Myron Lysenko:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/185-l-poets/myron-lysenko.html

Jayashree Maniyil:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/120-m-poets/jayashree-maniyil.html

Ron C. Moss:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/138-m-poets/ron-c-moss.html

Cynthia Rowe:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/324-r-poets/cynthia-rowe.html

and Scott Terrill:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/170-t-poets/scott-terrill.html

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‘Notes from the Gean’, Resurrected – Message from Lorin Ford tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1161 2016-02-22T08:41:05Z 2016-02-22T08:42:44Z I’m very happy to be able to announce that the nine complete issues 1.1 through to 3.1 of the quarterly journal, ‘Notes from the Gean’, for which I was haiku editor, have been recovered and are now archived on Don... Rodney Williams I’m very happy to be able to announce that the nine complete issues 1.1 through to 3.1 of the quarterly journal, ‘Notes from the Gean’, for which I was haiku editor, have been recovered and are now archived on Don Baird’s website, ‘The Living Anthology’.

You’ll find them in TLA’s ‘Library Shelf’ under the heading ‘Journals’:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/library-shelf.html

]> The work published in the first issue, ‘Notes from the Gean’1.1, June 2009, includes haiku by these Australians:

Lynette Arden, John Bird, Neil Bramson, Dawn Bruce, Nathalie Buckland, Ashley Capes, Beverley George, Gina, Matt Hetherington, Michelle Leber, Jo McInerney, Mark Miller, Graham Nunn, Rhonda Poholke, Jack Prewitt, Harry Rout, Barbara A. Taylor, Rodney Williams and Quendryth Young.

More can be found in the further issues of ‘Notes from the Gean’ archived on ‘The Living Anthology’ website.

- Lorin Ford, haiku editor & etc., ‘A Hundred Gourds’

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Blood Donation Haiku Contest results – Croatia tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1160 2016-02-22T08:26:55Z 2016-02-22T08:27:47Z Conducted in Croatia, the Blood Donation Haiku Contest resulted in the following Australian poets having their entries recognised as Commended: down the highway blood cells with smiley faces the Red Cross van Simon Hanson bloodline . . . the two... Rodney Williams Conducted in Croatia, the Blood Donation Haiku Contest resulted in the following Australian poets having their entries recognised as Commended:

down the highway
blood cells with smiley faces
the Red Cross van

Simon Hanson

bloodline . . .
the two of us exchanging
heartbeats

Cynthia Rowe

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An Evening of Poetry and Music: Bindii readers at Halifax Café, 11 February 2016 tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1159 2016-02-14T04:10:10Z 2016-02-14T04:12:47Z On Thursday, 11 February, I spent an evening at the Halifax Café with a large and enthusiastic audience for the ten Bindii poets who read their work. We were also fortunate to have musicians Munetaka Umehara and Alexander Ask performing... Lynette Arden On Thursday, 11 February, I spent an evening at the Halifax Café with a large and enthusiastic audience for the ten Bindii poets who read their work. We were also fortunate to have musicians Munetaka Umehara and Alexander Ask performing A Midsummer Walk, their original work for Japanese flute and didgeridoo. Munetaka’s great niece Natsumi performed on percussion to accompany the other musicians. A great effort, as she had just arrived from Japan at 2.30 pm that day.

]> The event was organized for Bindii by Lynette Arden, on behalf of the Adelaide City Council and the Box Factory Community Centre. The readings were structured by Lynette Arden, Julia Wakefield and Sara Sims into themes: Nature, Childhood, Love, grief and loss, Humanity and finally, Music. Each theme was welcomed by a gong, sounded by Gail Umehara.
Julia Wakefield was MC for the event.
Readers were: Sara Abend-Sims, Maeve Archibald, Lynette Arden, Lee Bentley, Belinda Broughton, Dawn Colsey, Margaret Fensom, Jill Gower, Julia Wakefield, Athena Zaknic.

Following the readings and an interval, the musicians took over and transported us into a world of sounds where the flute and didgeridoo echoed and played off one another, accompanied by the staccato of the percussion. The sounds reminded me of being in a forest, somewhere in the heat of summer.
A couple of the audience members told me they had expected to hear a few poems read, but had not dreamed they would be transported to another world. They loved both our poetry and the music. This seemed to be the general reaction.
I think we sometimes forget the impact Japanese genre poetry can have on an audience. The very compact forms of haiku and tanka can say so much in such a short time and space.

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New President Australian Haiku Society tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1158 2016-02-10T23:53:59Z 2016-02-10T23:57:15Z After almost five years as President of the Australian Haiku Society, I have decided it is time to step down and hand over the office to someone who will further the development and growth of AHS. HaikuOz is in the... Cynthia Rowe After almost five years as President of the Australian Haiku Society, I have decided it is time to step down and hand over the office to someone who will further the development and growth of AHS.

HaikuOz is in the fortunate position of having a capable and highly respected haiku poet who has agreed to take on the role. Congratulations to Vanessa Proctor who is the new President of the Australian Haiku Society.

]> Vanessa is very active in promoting haiku in Australia and has a close relationship with haiku poets in other countries. She founded the Sydney Haiku Group the Red Dragonflies in 2008. She is widely published internationally and has won many awards for her work. Her haiku have appeared in several editions of the Red Moon Anthology and she appeared as a featured poet in A New Resonance 3: Emerging Voices in English Language Haiku. She was also a featured poet in Presence. Her most memorable haiku moment was seeing the boulder carved with her haiku ‘night kayaking’ being blessed in the rain by Maori elders on the Katikati Haiku Pathway in 2010.

We welcome Vanessa Proctor as President of the Australian Haiku Society.

Cynthia Rowe
President: Australian Haiku Society [2011-2016]

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Cynthia Rowe – Living Haiku Anthology tag:www.haikuoz.org,2016://1.1157 2016-02-09T11:43:11Z 2016-02-22T09:03:05Z Australian writer Cynthia Rowe has offered her thoughts about defining what haiku is for her. Under the title 'Concision', it can be found on 'The Living Haiku Anthology' website, under 'Poets on Haiku', or it can be accessed directly through... Rodney Williams Australian writer Cynthia Rowe has offered her thoughts about defining what haiku is for her. Under the title 'Concision', it can be found on 'The Living Haiku Anthology' website, under 'Poets on Haiku', or it can be accessed directly through this link:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/lha/defining-haiku/2920-concision-by-cynthia-rowe.html

A portfolio of Cynthia's haiku has also been created: it can be accessed within 'The Living Haiku Anthology' website, through this second link:

http://livinghaikuanthology.com/poet-portfolios/324-r-poets/cynthia-rowe.html

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