It’s been silent on my blog ever since the 31 prompters, 31 days challenge on NaHaiWriMo ended on August 31. That’s jointly due to the back-to-school busyness, and also to all the journals and contests that have their deadlines between August 15 and September 15. I can’t even think how many haiku, senryu, and rengay I must have submitted. But it all pays off in the end: I have works that will appear in the following publications this fall:
- 2 haiku, plus a rengay with Kirsten Cliff, to appear in Aubrie Cox’s Every Road Takes Me to the Sea post
- 1 haiku, to appear in Modern Haiku
- 2 haiku, plus a rengay with Angela Terry and Julie Warther, to appear in Frogpond
- 1 haiku, to appear in Acorn
- 3 haiku, plus 3 rengay with Angela Terry and Julie Warther, to appear in A Hundred Gourds
- an interview with Ina Roy and Andrea Heiberg, to appear on in our books
- 2 haiku, to appear in tinywords
- 1 haiku, to appear in Mariposa
Recent publications include:
- 2 rengay sequences: “Between the Birdsong” and “All the Words That Mean Cancer”, with Kirsten Cliff, in Lynx 27:3, October 2012.
- My last batch of haiku on Daily Haiku, Cycle 13, Aug. 26 – Sept. 1, 2012.
- 3 haiku: “dust devil”, “pausing”, and “streaming sunlight”, in A Hundred Gourds 1:4, September 2012.
- 1 haiku: “pine wind”, in The Heron’s Nest XIV:3, September 2012.