Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Tuesday updates - 1/26/2010

Hidenori Hiruta has a three part blog post on the Akita International Haiku Network featuring a number of poets and their haiku about the new year.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three



Gillena Cox maintains the Caribbean Kigo Kukai Results blog. View recent and past winners of the Caribbean Kigo Kukai by visiting:

http://caribbeankigo.pbworks.com/Caribbean-Kigo-Kukai-Results



M. Kei sent this:

Pirates of the Narrow Seas Now in Print



And finally, here's a video of Collin Barber reading his excellent haibun entitled Sea of Stars:

6 comments:

Hiruta said...

Mr. Curtis Dunlap san, I'm Hidenori Hiruta. How do you do?
I thank you very much for taking up our blog 'Akita International Haiku Network' on your blog.
I've been impressed with your attractive blog which has contained such fine poetry, essays, haiku and so on.
We are looking forward to you and your readers' contribution to our site.
Thank you again.

Best regards,

Hidenori Hiruta

Tobacco Road Poet said...

Hello Hidenori Hiruta. I'm doing well. How are you?

I'm very happy to share the news about your wonderful blog with my readers. Your blog is such a treasure to find!

Best regards to you, too.

Have a beautiful day!

Curtis

Hiruta said...

Hello again, Curtis!
I've had such a beautiful day, because you kindly answered my comment.
And I've just found that you and Dennis Chibi are friends on Facebook.
This morning Dennis sent me an e-mail to me through Facebook service, saying that he visited Akita,Japan and met me that time when we had World Haiku meeting at the Institute of Minnesota Akita Campus.
He suggested to me that we should be friends on Facebook,and after that I found his page, recognizing you in his friend list.
It has made my day so beautiful.
Nice coincidence!
Please say hello to Dennis from you too.
Thanks a lot.

Sincerely,
Hidenori

Terri said...

Love it, Dennis. Your haibun made me smile. Kids are so funny. When my oldest was 3 and I was pregnant with his younger brother, he told me "Momma, you wook wike a one-humped camel." I will never forget that!

Michael Dylan Welch said...

A wonderful haibun, Collin. My kids are currently four and six and an endless source of such inspiration too. Who knew that having kids could be so entertaining?

Michael

snowbird said...

Collin, Fabulous. The haiku along is fine, and knowing what produced the insight so moving. Thank you.