Appearing in this issue are Kevin D. Blankenship, Tim Peeler, CL Bledsoe, Joseph Lisowski, Cynthia Staples, Brad Vogler, Katrina Parker Williams, Rose Auslander, Jim Solomone, Natasha Wall, Thomas Cochran, and yours truly. :)
Issue 4 of Prune Juice : Journal of Senryu & Kyoka has been published. The new issue features poetry by Sanford Goldstein, Ed Baker, Patricia Prime, M. Kei, Alexis Rotella, Bob Lucky and many more fine writers of senryu and kyoka.
Visit http://prunejuice.wordpress.com to read the new issue or go straight to http://www.scribd.com/doc/33737884/Prune-Juice-Issue-4.
Submissions for issue 5 (Winter 2011) are now being accepted. Please send up to twenty senryu/kyoka to prunejuicejournal [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk. We no longer require biographical details. Deadline: December 1st 2010.
Please feel free to spread this information as widely as possible. Your continued support is very much appreciated.
Ed. Prune Juice
[I've embedded the new issue here, too.]Prune Juice Issue 4
Scott Owens sent this:
Lots of stuff going on.
First, a reminder that the next Poetry Hickory is July 13 and will feature Maureen Sherbondy and Richard Krawiec. Open Mic readers that night will be Tony Ricciardelli, Doug McHargue, and Stony Walker.
Second, don't forget that Writers' Night Out on July 13 will consist of a poetry workshop taught by Sherbondy and Krawiec. Cost of the workshop is $10 per person.
Finally, if you haven't heard yet, we'll be holding a Book Release Party for "The Nature of Attraction," my new collaboration with Pris Campbell, at Taste Full Beans on August 5, from 5:30 to 7:00. The event will include a live reading from me and a recorded reading from Pris. Wine and snacks will be served. A promotional flier is below. Feel free to share it with anyone you think might be interested.
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A new issue of Haiku Reality is online:
Anatoly Kudryavitsky sent this:
IHS International Haiku Competition 2010
The Irish Haiku Society International Haiku Competition offers prizes of Euro 150, Euro 50 and Euro 30 for unpublished haiku/senryu in English. In addition there will be up to 7 Highly Commended haiku/senryu.
Also, there will be prizes from Dóchas Ireland of Euro 100, Euro 30 and Euro 20 for unpublished haiku/senryu in English or in Irish Gaelic (with an English translation) about Ireland in the changing world + up to 3 Highly Commended haiku/senryu in this category. This category is only open for participants born or residing on the island of Ireland.