Saturday, January 2, 2010

Prune Juice 3, Penny Harter, Atlas Poetica 5 & Haibun Today

This just in from Liam Wilkinson:

Prune Juice Issue 3 Published

Dear friends,

I am delighted to announce that issue 3 of Prune Juice: Journal of Senryu & Kyoka has been published. It is available online, free of charge, at

The Winter 2010 edition features new poems from the likes of Sanford Goldstein, Alexis Rotella, M. Kei, Denis M. Garrison, George Swede, Patricia Prime and many other superlative writers of senryu and kyoka. I would like to thank all those writers who submitted work for issue 3 and invite you all to submit again in time for our summer 2010 edition, to be released in July.

Submission details for the next edition of Prune Juice can be found at our website - The deadline is May 1st 2010.

Please spread this information widely, and thanks again for all your support.

Best wishes for 2010,
Liam Wilkinson
Editor, Prune Juice

Penny Harter

Penny Harter will have five tanka (one per day / weekend) featured the week of January 4th, 2010, on Shreve Memorial Library's Electronic Poetry Network (EPN), running all day long on an electronic message board at the Main Library in Shreveport, Louisiana. Her poems will also be posted on the Library's main web site and sent to poetry lovers in the library system's 21 branches.

In addition, six of her haibun: "Driving Home," "Estell Manor State Park, " "On Rumpled Sheets," "Low Tide," "Voices in the Rain," and "The Meaning of Life" appear in the on-line and print issues of Modern Haibun & Tanka Prose #2 - Winter 2009:

Atlas Poetica 5 Deadline Approaching

Atlas Poetica : A Journal of Poetry of Place will close to submissions on January 31, 2010 for issue 5. Poets who are planning to submit should get their tanka, tanka sequences, tanka prose, and articles in as soon as possible -- the interest is high and competition will be fierce for issue 5.

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Haibun Today

Haibun Today is switching from a blog web site to an online quarterly journal publishing in March, June, September and December.

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