Alan Summers’ Travelogue on World Haiku Festival 2002 (Part 1)

  First of all,  I’d like to introduce Alan Summers to you. He is founder / tutor of With Words which promotes the love of words through a number of inclusive literacy and literature events; courses; activities; workshops; writing walks; and renga projects.   The With Words website: http://www.withwords.org.uk Alan Summers also has his Blog: … Continue reading Alan Summers’ Travelogue on World Haiku Festival 2002 (Part 1)

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Haiku by Kirby Record (Part 3)

  Professor Kirby Record teaches as director of English for Academic Purposes at Akita International University (AIU) (国際教養大学) in Akita. He also writes haiku. He is a fellow haiku poet of mine.   Professor Kirby Record contributed his book of poetry titled ‘A Welcome Coolness’ to me. I post poetry in his book, dividing them … Continue reading Haiku by Kirby Record (Part 3)

Haiku by Students at AIU (Part 3)

  Professor Alexander Dolin teaches Japanese Literature and Civilization Studies at Akita International University(AIU). He also writes haiku. Professor Alexander Dolin taught haiku to the students in his class of Japanese Literature and contributed their haiku to our website.    Ms. Yukari Sakamoto(阪本縁) kindly translated English haiku by Nick Corvinus into Japanese. She is a … Continue reading Haiku by Students at AIU (Part 3)

Haiku by Students at AIU (Part 2)

  Professor Alexander Dolin teaches Japanese Literature and Civilization Studies at Akita International University(AIU). He also writes haiku. Professor Alexander Dolin taught haiku to the students in his class of Japanese Literature and contributed their haiku to our website.    Ms. Yukari Sakamoto(阪本縁) kindly translated English haiku by Sidney Schaben into Japanese. First of all, … Continue reading Haiku by Students at AIU (Part 2)