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ron-lavalette's picture
Mar.26.2013
It came as an almost complete surprise. I submitted my work & they responded by saying they’d received it, but I’d have to wait 3 months to see whether or not they’d publish it. I got the word today, and… I AM TOTALLY PSYCHED TO ANNOUNCE: MY WORK INCLUDED IN THE CURRENT WORLD HAIKU REVIEW...
moira-richards's picture
Mar.21.2013
April is National Poetry Month and the Big Poetry Giveaway is here! The BIG POETRY GIVEAWAY is a giveaway of free poetry books; one of our own and one of our favourite collections by another poet. Because I am co-editor of the annual Journal of Renga & Renku literary journal, I'm also giving...
moira-richards's picture
Apr.06.2010
Darlington Richards are proud to announce the launch of their first title: The Plenitude of Emptinesshortensia anderson : collected haibun The book was released just a week ago and already 50 copies have been purchased with a swipe of a credit or paypal card from: http://tinyurl.com/yanw9rh...
nancybrady's picture
Mar.19.2010
Ohio is a bellwether state for politics, or as they always say, "as Ohio goes, so goes the nation", but we are also a bellweather state, or as I have heard it said (and repeated it), "Ohio has four seasons and sometimes all in one day" and that can occur.  There have been times...
moira-richards's picture
Mar.15.2010
hortensia anderson : collected haibun. Preview of a title shortly available from Darlington Richards through Lulu.com, containing 115 haibun from this master of the poetic form which combines distilled, essentialized prose with haiku. http://bit.ly/poe-preview  
moira-richards's picture
Feb.02.2010
Dear Friends Following on the news of the very serious nature of our dear friend Hortensia Anderson's illness, we announce our intention to make available in print, The Plenitude of Emptiness: Collected Haibun by Hortensia Anderson. This book, in accordance with Hortensia's wishes,...
gary-g-gach's picture
Feb.07.2008
BOOKS IN MY LIFE [haibun] I recently vowed to resume reading for pleasure, for too long edged out by my work-related reading (like, writing).   So when i finished three books, picked up at random, I remarked to my friend Phil Kohlenberg at the Dolphin Club and remarked I just realized I'd...