New publication for Day of the Dead haiku

My Day of the Dead Haiku has now been published in Chinese. It is Chen-Ou Liu of China’s first haiku blog Neverendingstory, whom has selected and translated the poem.
The poem is included in the bilingual poetry collection lifedeathetc, published by Red Moon Press.
To order it, visit http://www.redmoonpress.com or (if you would like a singned copy) please pay 150 SEK (Swedish crowns) to paypal account: anna.maris@gmail.com.

Min “De dödas dag – haiku” har nu publicerats på kinesiska. Det är Chen-Ou Liu på Kinas största haikublog Neverendingstory som har valt ut och översatt dikten. Dikten är med i den tvåspråkiga poesisamlingen lifedeathetc/livdödetc, som utgivits av Red Moon Press.
För att beställa boken, besök http://www.redmoonpress.com eller (om du vill ha ett signerat ex) skicka 150 SEK till paypalkonto anna.maris@gmail.com.

English Original

day of the dead
i find myself grieving
the living

Winner, 2016 Haiku Calendar Competition

Anna Maris

Chinese Translation (Traditional)

紀念死者的日子
我發覺自己為活的人
而哀悼

Chinese Translation (Simplified)

纪念死者的日子
我发觉自己为活的人
而哀悼

Bio Sketch

Anna Maris is a Swedish haiku poet. Her bi-lingual poetry collection Lifedeathetc/Livdödetc (2016) is published by Red Moon Press. She also has two collections in Swedish: Transport (2015) and Skiftningar (2013) and appears in over 20 anthologies. Anna is an editor of Blåeld, the journal of the Swedish haiku society. https://annamaris.wordpress.com

http://neverendingstoryhaikutanka.blogspot.se/2017/05/butterfly-dream-day-of-dead-haiku-by.html

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