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    big data, The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2014, edited by Jim Kacian and the Red Moon Editorial Staff

    big data is the nineteenth volume in this most awarded series in the history of English-language haiku. It collects the best haiku and related writings from around the world in the calendar year 2014 . . . 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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    The Disjunctive Dragonfly, A New Approach to English-Language Haiku, by Richard Gilbert

    “You might call this book Twenty-four Ways of Looking at a Haiku in the 21st Century . . .  Continue Reading

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    a refutation of exile, a haiku sequence by Tyler Pruett

    a refutation of exile is a significant addition to the tradition of the contemporary English-language haiku sequence, and references other traditions such as Japanese gendai, as well. . . . Continue Reading

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    Past Due, haiku by Jeff Stillman

    Jeff Stillman writes poems of emotional weather, often wry, sometimes caustic, frequently amusing. He has been doing this for more than a decade . . .” Continue Reading

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    sleeping bear, haiku by Kurt Westley

    After four decades of writing haiku, Kurt Westley releases his first full-length volume of haiku, sleeping bear. His work is reminiscent of that of Charles Henri Ford, but more accessible. This book will surely be a revelation to those who have not yet encountered it. . . .” Continue Reading

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    A Path of Desire, tan renga by Peter Newton & Kathe L. Palka

    The art of tan renga is not often practiced in English, and when it is most often there is only an example or two. This pioneering book, a collaboration between two well-known and cogent poets associated with haiku, will go a long way toward creating an awareness of the resources available in the form. . . . Continue Reading

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    invisible tracks, haiku and quanta poems by Dietmar Tauchner

    Dietmar Tauchner continues his exploration of the relationship between words and time in invisible tracks, his third full-length collection from Red Moon Press. As Lorin Ford notes, “Invisible Tracks: Haiku & quanta poems engages us with a many-layered world . . .” Continue Reading

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    desert wind, haiku by Ferenc Bakos

    One of Hungary’s pre-eminent haiku poets for many years, Ferenc Bakos shows that his work is equally accessible and telling in English in this, his first full-length and bilingual collection. . . . Continue Reading

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    Our Lady of Cythera, a Steven Carter Miscellany

    Steven Carter’s varied and idiosyncratic poems—from haiku to dithyramb to elegy to fantasy dialogue—are seductive and off-putting, smooth and spiky, erudite and plain as porridge. His latest volume includes short plays, imaginary conversations, eclectic haibun and much more . . . 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