NHK WORLD TV 'HAIKU MASTERS'

NHK WORLD TV 'HAIKU MASTERS'
'HAIKU MASTERS' is an interactive NHK World TV program which seeks to find Haiku Masters from around the world using a new form of visual literature called 'photo haiku'. Viewers from around the world submit their 'photo haiku' for the resident haiku masters to critique using their wealth of experience and uncanny perspectives. 'HAIKU MASTERS' won the World Media Festival 2016's Web-Based Mixed Media intermedia-globe Gold Award.

Celebrating Indonesian Translation in Krzysztof Kokot, 2017, Wokot haiku - Around the Haiku

Celebrating Indonesian Translation in Krzysztof Kokot, 2017, Wokot haiku - Around the Haiku
Celebrating Indonesian Translation in Krzysztof Kokot, 2017, Wokot haiku - Around the Haiku, Nowy Targ-Poznan, Kontekst Publishing House

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Drawing by Jimat Achmadi

early morning news
    the suburb chimney issues
    darkness


Published for the 2nd time in Daily Haiga on November 15th, 2018
Selected by Linda Pilarski 

Haiku published for the 1st time in DailyHaiku on September 15th, 2015
Selected by Nicole Pakan and Patrick M. Pilarski

Linda Pilarski is a Professor in the Department of Oncology at the University of Alberta, and Canada Research Chair in Biomedical Nanotechnology. She has hiked in wild and beautiful places on all seven continents. Her haiku and haiga have appeared in DailyHaiku, Simply Haiku, Acorn, Wisteria, White Lotus Shadow Poetry, Chrysanthemum, Modern Haiga, Haigaonline, Moonset, the World Haiku Association Haiga Contest, World Haiku Review 2009, Prune Juice, Canadian Zen Haiku, Haiku Dreaming Australia, paper wasp and Frogpond.

DailyHaiga is over  9 years old and has published over 2200 haiga from 250 contributors in 37 different countries.

MODERN HAIKU PRESS

MODERN HAIKU PRESS
Scott Metz & Lee Gurga (Eds.), 2016, "Haiku 2016, 100 notable haiku from 2015", Lincoln, Illinois, USA, Modern Haiku Press

YAMADERA BASHO MUSEUM

YAMADERA BASHO MUSEUM

BONES, journal for contemporary haiku

EUROPEAN HAIKU SOCIETY

EUROPEAN HAIKU SOCIETY
Akisame, Selected Haiku

BONES, journal for contemporary haiku

THE URBAN HALCYON

on a deserted land • a tiny fanfare • in bloom (Ken Sawitri, Beyond The Limits, 14 June 2015)