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white, haiku by W. J. van der Molen $7.00
<strong><i>white</i></strong>, haiku by W. J. van der Molen

the nether world, haiku by D. Claire Gallagher

Willem Johan van der Molen was a seminal figure in the Dutch haiku tradition, founder of Vuursteen, the earliest haiku magazine in Europe, and later Korheidshalve. He published several volumes of his own work, and his haiku style was informed by his own forays into longer poetry, for which he was widely known and feted. This postscript volume commemorates his contributions to Dutch and world haiku with 19 poems in Dutch and translated into Engish by Max Verhart.

ISBN: none
Pages: 24
Size: 4" x 5.375"
Binding: staples softbound with special mango endpapers

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