– click on the cover to read the issue as a flipbook –
R’r 12.3 (downloadable PDF) –
. . .
scorpion prize 27 by
70+ new poems
Part I of an interview with translator Makoto Ueda
3 essays by Jack Galmitz on the work of Robert Boldman, Richard Gilbert, & Mark Harris
& the announcement of a new section in R’r:
submission deadline for 13.1 is April 1, 2013: email@example.com
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“Properly considered, [haiku] is . . . the world’s longest poem. . . . [H]aiku becomes the agglomeration of thousands, even millions, of small moments, from nearly the same number of poets over several centuries, shared by way of a common form. We are a part of this far-ranging community, and as such can feel the power which community can bring to such an enterprise.”
“first thoughts—a haiku primer”
Jim Kacian / 1993
(3rd Edition, 1999) The Haiku Anthology
/ selected & created by Scott
/ selected and created by Paul
A copy of
Carving Darkness: The Red Moon Anthology of English-language Haiku 2011 (Red Moon Press, 2012) was received the other day.
One ku that appeared in R’r in 2011 was voted in:
This year’s editorial board consisted of: Roberta Beary, Ernest J. Berry, Randy M. Brooks, Dee Evetts, Leroy Gorman, Maureen Gorman, Matthew Paul, Kohjin Sakamoto, John Stevenson & Max Verhart.
Jim Kacian is the editor-in-chief.
“So it goes.”
Ron Silliman wrote a post on English-language haiku and minimalist poetry yesterday (May 14, 2012), focusing on (edited by Lee Gurga & myself), Jim Kacian’s Haiku 21 long after, & john martone’s ksana collection.
Comments? Reactions? Thoughts?
Castor & Pollux by Chris Gordon (mixed media, 2010)
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Tagged Castor & Pollux, Chris Gordon, haiku, Haiku 21, Jim Kacian, john martone, ksana, long after, minimalism, Ron Silliman |
:: the poem first appeared in
Mariposa 19 (2008) ::