The November 2009 issue of Roadrunner has been released:
The results of the Irish Haiku Society International Haiku Competition 2009 have been released. Scroll down the page to see the competition results:
From: Sketchbook Editors, Karina Klesko and John Daleiden:
Hello Haiku Poet,
Please consider celebrating the end of a successful year by participating in two haiku activities for the December 31, 2009 Sketchbook:
"winter solstice" Haiku Thread: Submission deadline—Midnight, Sunday, December 27, 2009:
"year ends" Kukai: Submission deadline—Midnight, Sunday, December, 20, 2009:
Sketchbook is now accepting submissions for the next issue. We publish all genre: tanka, rengay, haiga, renku / renga or other eastern genre as well as western genre such as free verse, cinquain, fibionacci, tetractys sestina, sonnet, etc. Here is a link to our current Sketchbook.
Submissions are due by 20, December 2009. Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sketchbook Editors send you seasons greetings and a happy new year. We look forward to your submissions in 2010.
The next issue of Sketchbook, Dec. 31, will be released during the first week of January 2010 at http://poetrywriting.org An e-mail notice will be sent to you when Sketchbook goes online.
Karina Klesko and John Daleiden
Apokalipsa haiku contest/corrected, see under limit
12th APOKALIPSA HAIKU CONTEST
Deadline: January 20, 2010 (postmark or email date)
Limit: 6 haiku, in English (please note: poets from Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina may send their haiku in their mother tongue)
The (one) envelope must include:
* 4 copies of 6 haiku, each marked with the nickname
* a separate envelope, marked with the nickname, including: author's name, post address, email address, phone number
REVIJA APOKALIPSA, Ul. Lili Novy 25, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia, "12th Haiku Contest"
In the body of email: 6 haiku, in English; author's name, mailing address, e-mail address, phone number.