Alan Summers, Recipient of the Japan Times Award (2002), haibun editor (Blithe Spirit) and co-founder of Call of the Page, a UK provider of literature, education & literacy projects, often based around the Japanese genres.
For events & workshops contact us through our Call of the Page website: Call of the Page.
Online internet courses by Call of the Page
Are you interested in a Call of the Page course? We run courses on haiku;tanka; tanka stories/prose; haibun; shahai; and other genres.
Please email Karen or Alan at our joint email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will let you know more about these courses.
Call of the Page (Alan & Karen)
Friday, April 27, 2018
Sunday 20th May 2018 – Spring Haikai Celebration and Book Launch Evening Event - haibun, tanka story/tanka prose
photo@Kim Shams Richardson
Sunday 20th May 2018 –
Spring Haikai Celebration and Book Launch
Found, 5 Ravey Street, London EC2A 4QW
Time: 7pm (till 9pm)
A congenial Spring Sunday haikai evening in the wonderful Found bar!
Celebrating all haikai forms - with a special emphasis on haibun and tanka prose.
Readings of haibun and tanka prose will be read by accomplished poets in these forms, along with haiku and senryu; and the launch of Night Ferry, Kim Richardson's first solo collection of haiku, senryu and haibun.
Night Ferry – haiku, senryu and haibun collection by Kim Richardson. 90pp, A5 paperback. Available from email@example.com £12 + p&p.