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There are many opportunities for sharing your haiku with others, and for sharing what others write, both within your own country and internationally.

Here are some recommendations:

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Our own on-line Discussion Forum:

English-language haiku magazines and book publishers:

  • Frogpond, Journal of the Haiku Society of America, Box 279, Station P, Toronto, ON M5S 2S8, Canada (ed. George Swede)
  • Mayfly, Brooks Books, 3720 Woodridge Drive, Decatur, IL 62526, USA (eds. Randy and Shirley Brooks)
  • Modern Haiku, Box 68, Lincoln, IL 62656, USA (ed. Lee Gurga)
  • Presence, 12 Grovehall Ave, Leeds LS11 7EX, UK (eds. Martin Lucas and Fred Schofield)
  • Snapshot Press (ed. John Barlow), UK publisher of haiku and tanka anthologies and collections http://www.snapshotpress.co.uk
  • Red Moon Press (Jim Kacian), USA publisher of haiku and tanka anthologies and collections http://www.redmoonpress.com

When writing to a magazine or other publisher remember to include postage for the reply (SAE or IRC).

Web journals:

Other haiku societies:

  • The Haiku Society of America, Lane Parker (Secretary), 578 3rd Avenue, San Francisco CA 94118-3903, USA.
  • Haiku Canada, c/o Hans Jongman, # 102-40 Dixington Crescent, Toronto (Ontario) Canada M9P 2K8.
  • HaikuOz (the Australian Haiku Society), website: http://www.haikuoz.org
  • Hailstone Haiku Circle (Japan-resident group composing haiku, tanka, etc. in English), Icebox website: http://hailhaiku.wordpress.com

Additional internet resources:

Other:

  • The American Haiku Archive, California State Library, Sacramento, California, USA
  • With Words promotes literacy and literature through haiku with workshops and events. http://www.withwords.org.uk
  • Writing from Within, Haiku and the Spiritual Path — annual retreat workshop at Beara, West Cork, Ireland http://www.anamcararetreat.com

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