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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Fifty-Seven Damn Good Haiku by a Bunch of Our Friends

Fifty-Seven Damn Good Haiku
by a Bunch of Our Friends
ISBN 978-1-878798-31-2   

Press Here is pleased to announce this publication
edited by Michael Dylan Welch and Alan Summers.
Each editor selected six poets for inclusion in the book, and each of the twelve poets is  represented by either four or five haiku. 
Not a single one is about parsnips.
The poets, who live in Europe, Africa, North America, and Japan, are
Karen Hoy, Alison Williams, Timothy Collinson, David Serjeant, Caleb
Mutua, Susan Constable, Deborah P Kolodji, Susan Antolin, Dejah L├ęger,
Tanya McDonald, Helen Russell, and Keiko Izawa.
For orders outside the United States,  please inquire for details by
To order in the United States, please send $8.00 plus $2.00  postage.

Make payments payable to “Michael D. Welch” and send to him at 22230 NE 
28th Place, Sammamish, WA 98074-6408 USA.

For more information,  please visit
Carmen Sterba (haijinx editor, friend and collegue) wishing me luck at Haiku Northwest's Seabeck Haiku Getaway where the book received its U.S. booklaunch.  
Photo by Deborah P Kolodji.
U.K. note from Alan, With Words

I'll be receiving U.K. copies this Summer.

With Words will be planning a double book launch in the City of Bath; Bristol; and other cities end of 2011 into 2012.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Thank you all for the good work. I feel honoured when I read my name in the list of poets who participated.

all the best.

Caleb Mutua.
The University of Nairobi,

Nairobi, Kenya