The In-Between Season
With Words Pamphlet Series
This pamphlet is dedicated to my wife, haiku poet and so much more,. Thank you for all the love and support over the years.
The pamphlet is also dedicated to:
Bill Higginson (1938-2008)
Always greatly missed, and an inspiration, Bill (William J. Higginson) was considered to be the foremost American authority on haiku, as well as famous as the co-author of The Haiku Handbook: How to Write, Share, and Teach Haiku, and author of Haiku World: An International Poetry Almanac and The Haiku Seasons: Poetry of the Natural World.
The Haiku Handbook is one of the most widely-read English-language haiku books.
Janice Bostok (1942-2011)
The First Lady of Australian Haiku, and a hugely supportive friend and colleague in my early career. She is still greatly missed by me.
Hidenori HirutaFounder, and Akita International Haiku Network Secretary General (Japan) who regularly translates my work into Japanese with a panache I will always treasure.
a crow’s eyes above
the no parking sign
Joint Winner, Haiku International Association 10th Anniversary Haiku Contest 1999 (Japan)
Publication credits: The Mie Times (Japan 1999); Haiku International magazine (Japan 1999)
Alan Summers is co-founder of Call of the Page that offers online courses in haiku; haibun; senryu; tanka; and shahai.
best regards from Trinidad and Tobago
A belated thank you!
I hope things are okay and as safe as they can be in our dangerous times at present.
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