mobile ringtone— suddenly the cherries a little too sharp
hard frost the hunter walks beside the blood trail
In Modern Haiku vol. 51.1., p.77, Winter-Spring 2020
14 February, Benediktbeuern
Capturing a scientific symposium in a haiku sequence! Remember the #haiku sequence on the Ammersee conference I wrote in 2018? It was included with the conference proceedings in a special edition of Visual Cognition, Vol. 27, issues 5-8, May/September Routledge, 2019 – (scroll to p.2 of the editorial). Why have a volume of papers when you can describe the whole thing in a few haiku?
What is it about colour?
I chose the uphill path…
I am slowly building a new blog about felted haiga, haikufeltings, & all about my adventures in felt, Filz & felting – please take a look & let me know what you would like to see included there.
Happy New Year to all my friends celebrating the Chinese New Year of the rat!
Posting on the 20th of January: photo taken on the 18th. For this project, the date the photograph was taken is the one given, even if the photo is posted on another day.
‘Small Reflections 2020’ is a group project organized by Robert Lamoon: members post their daily photographic meditational reflections on the world and life during 2020. There is the prospect of an exhibition too…
“Nothing profound but just intriguing black and white photographs….
I am taking part, posting my black and white photos to the Facebook group, and here.
A new journal, a new hybrid, and a new year!
Honored and thrilled beyond measure to have the opportunity to describe my journey from “Hairballs to Haiga” in a “craft essay,” with four of my felting haiga “haikufeltings” in the debut issue of the Journal MacQueen’s Quinterly, MacQ for short (see URLs below). Grateful to Clare MacQueen for highlighting haikufeltings in her introduction to the issue, giving this hybrid work a home among such a superb collection of writings.
Check it out! And Happy New Year!
Introduction to the issue (scroll down)
mistletoe/ the snowman starts/ to melt
Pleased to place 2nd in the Christmas Caribbean Kigo Kukai (CKK) 2019!
Congratulations to all participants!
Great news! JuxtaFive is ready and available to read online! This edition of the Haiku Foundation Journal of Haiku Research and Scholarship includes several articles, reviews, haiga and a special section on Women Mentoring Women (and the article Knocking on the Doors of Perception on Haiku and the Brain contributed by me and co-authors: Thomas Geyer, Franziska Guenther, Jim Kacian, Heinrich Liesefeld, and Hermann J. Mueller).