Sunday, October 17, 2010

Sunday updates - October 17

Djurdja Vukelic-Rozic sent the results to The Klostar Ivanic Haiku Contest (In English 2010). Click the link below to view a pdf document of the results:

Simply Haiku call for submissions from Sasa Vazic:

Submissions for the Winter issue accepted from October 15 through December 15..

Accepting Quality Traditional English Language Haiku, Tanka, Haibun, Haiga, Renga, Book reviews, Interviews and Feature articles.

Please read carefully the Submission Guidelines before submitting.
Robert D. Wilson & Sasa Vazic
Co-Owners, Co-Publishers, Co-Editors in Chief

Penny Harter's haiku are featured on "Daily Haiku." The URL below is for October 10th. From there, you can click on the "next" arrow to see the remaining poems for the week, day by day.

David Giacalone sent this update:

Last week, I brought f/k/a out of retirement long enough to do a memorial tribute to Peggy Lyles. I did it as a Page, not a Post, so it is not on the front page of the weblog, but it occurs to me now that a tribute needs to be shared to be meaningful.

If interested, you'll find it at "let us celebrate Peggy Lyles" (Oct. 9, 2010).

best wishes,

Here's a message from Peter Yovu:


I have a new book out from Red Moon Press, entitled Sunrise. Comprised of (by last count) 91 poems, it's divided thematically in five sections, each preceded by a pen and ink drawing. The poems were first printed in venues as diverse as The Heron's Nest and Roadrunner/Masks. If you wish to purchase a copy, please send US $15 (ppd) to:

Peter Yovu
60 VT RTE 12
Middlesex VT 05602

If you live in Canada, please add one dollar. Anywhere else on the planet, please add two dollars and a prayer for my sad country. Just prior to taking it to the post office,I will place your copy of the book somewhere near my stereo as it plays Brian Eno and Harold Budd's The Pearl. If you prefer, I will play Alina, by Arvo Part.

Just let me know.

All the best,
Peter Yovu

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