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d(ark), haiku by John Stevenson $12.00
<strong><i>d(ark)</i></strong>, haiku by John Stevenson

d(ark) is John Stevenson's fourth full-length book of haiku and related forms with RMP(Some of the Silence, 1999, quiet enough, 2004, and Live Again, 2009), and his fifth collection overall (something uneraseable, 1996). The author has served HSA as President, Treasurer and Editor of Frogpond, its international membership journal. He is currently managing editor of The Heron's Nest. Awarded a 2010 Touchstone Distinguished Books Award First Prize for Best Individual Collection by The Haiku Foundation, as well as the 2009 Merit Book Award First Prize from the Haiku Society of America.

ISBN: 978-1-946848-27-0
Pages: 74
Size: 5.25" x 7.75"
Binding: perfect softbound

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