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    galaxy of dust, The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2015, edited by Jim Kacian and the Red Moon Editorial Staff

    Red Moon Press celebrates twenty years of the Red Moon Anthology in releasing galaxy of dust. RMA is the most awarded series in the history of English-language haiku. It collects the best haiku and related writings from around the world in each calendar year . . . Continue Reading

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    A New Resonance 9, Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku

    New Resonance poets now number more than 150. They have won scads of contests, their subsequent books have been accorded the honor of serious and adulatory review and critique, and many are recognized amongst the leaders of literary haiku in their countries . . . Continue Reading

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    Lit from Within, Selected Haiku by Ruth Yarrow

    Ruth Yarrow is one of the most accomplished haiku poets writing in English. Lit from Within is her long-awaited personal selection from nearly 5 decades of highly-acclaimed work, and her first volume with Red Moon Press. . . . Continue Reading

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    murmuration, haiku by Michelle Tennison

    Murmuration is Michelle Tennison’s first full-length collection of haiku, but you would never know it. Her writing is assured, challenging, trusting, and ranges . . . Continue Reading

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    Afriku, haiku and senryu from Ghana by Adjei Agyei-Baah

    “A new voice in haiku, hailing from Ghana and a leader in the growing haiku movement of Afriku, Adjei Agyei-Baah enriches our world . . . . Continue Reading

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    waking and dream, haibun by Glenn G. Coats

    Glenn Coats’s first full-length collection of English-language haibun is rooted in his rural Virginia locale, and populated with those with whom he grew up amid and around. Continue Reading

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    helices, haiku of George Swede

    George Swede is one of the most prolific and beloved poets working in haiku today. helices is his 39th volume of poems . . . Continue Reading

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    Outside the Garden, haiku by Mike Dillon

    After more than three decades of writing and publishing, Mike Dillon’s third book of haiku focuses on his home ground of Indianola, Washington and the Pacific Northwest. Continue Reading

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    Invisible Tea, haiku by Kyle D. Craig

    Kyle D. Craig's first full-length volume of haiku is an extended meditation on the self's place in the natural order of things, etched in sharp detail and poignant moments. . . . Continue Reading

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    cricket song: Haiku and Short Poems from a Mother’s Heart, by Jessica Malone Latham

    Jessica Malone Latham writes about both ‘the rise and fall/of our chests skin-to-skin/so this/is the feeling/of gossamer wings’ and . . . Continue Reading

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    lifedeathetc / livdödetc, haiku by Anna Maris

    Anna Maris, widely published in her native Sweden, offers a full-length collection of English-language haiku (paired with Swedish versions) in her first book with Red Moon Press. . . . Continue Reading

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    old enough, haiku by Bruce H. Feingold

    “Bruce Feingold must be a good therapist . . . Continue Reading

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    Of This World, haibun by Stella Pierides

    Stella Pierides has cultivated a terse, idiosyncratic style in her haibun that is instantly recognizable, and as a consequence is one of the shining lights of this burgeoning genre. Continue Reading

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    Out of Nowhere, haiku and senryu by Rob Scott

    “Rob Scott is an Australian haiku poet with an international reputation which will only be enhanced by the publication of this exciting new book . . . Continue Reading

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    Catullus Redux, more poems of Steven Carter inspired by Catullus

    There’s never a dull moment with Steven Carter, and he has never been in better form than in this meeting of the minds with the infamous, learned, wild poet Catullus. . . . Continue Reading

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    Postscript Series, from Red Moon Press

    Red Moon Press continues to add to its Postscript Series, a series of chapbooks designed to honor recently deceased haiku poets. Each chapbook is culled from the entire oeuvre of the poet's lifetime, with an eye to what made these poets both distinctive and ahead of their time. Each book is handmade in limited quantities. At present there are twenty-one titles available . . .  Postscript Series