Category Archives: senryu

New poetry in Femku

Two of my haiku have been published in the new issue of Femku. It is a new american haiku and senruy journal edited by Lori Minor, which publishes poetry by and about women and a female perspecive. The poems were

New poetry in Femku

Two of my haiku have been published in the new issue of Femku. It is a new american haiku and senruy journal edited by Lori Minor, which publishes poetry by and about women and a female perspecive. The poems were

Haiku on educational website

My haiku have been published on the educational website Bonnier Clio, which serves teachers in Sweden with lesson plans and inspiration in all kinds of subjects.

Haiku on educational website

My haiku have been published on the educational website Bonnier Clio, which serves teachers in Sweden with lesson plans and inspiration in all kinds of subjects.

Senryu in FemkuMag #3

Two of my poems have been published in the new issue of FemkuMag, a monthly mini e-zine that publishes haiku written by women. A femku is, according to FemkuMag editor Lori A Minor, a feminist haiku, or a haiku written

Senryu in FemkuMag #3

Two of my poems have been published in the new issue of FemkuMag, a monthly mini e-zine that publishes haiku written by women. A femku is, according to FemkuMag editor Lori A Minor, a feminist haiku, or a haiku written

One-line haiku in Underthebasho

Recently I have five new one-line haiku published in the excellent annual haiku journal Under the basho. For those who wonder about the different styles of haiku it is an excellent source of information. The newly published poems were written

One-line haiku in Underthebasho

Recently I have five new one-line haiku published in the excellent annual haiku journal Under the basho. For those who wonder about the different styles of haiku it is an excellent source of information. The newly published poems were written

Haiku in the workplace

I have finally got my act together to send something to Jim Kacian’s on going Haiku Foundation-project “haiku in the workplace”. It was one of those shasei poems that are just there, without real effort, capturing that feeling that we

Haiku in the workplace

I have finally got my act together to send something to Jim Kacian’s on going Haiku Foundation-project “haiku in the workplace”. It was one of those shasei poems that are just there, without real effort, capturing that feeling that we

Summing up 2016

I’m not really a person who likes to look back or dwell on the past much. Like everything, this has pros and cons. Often I forget to celebrate and enjoy achievements in my quest to rush forward. This is a

Summing up 2016

I’m not really a person who likes to look back or dwell on the past much. Like everything, this has pros and cons. Often I forget to celebrate and enjoy achievements in my quest to rush forward. This is a

Senryu in Failed Haiku

Four of my senryu were published in the december issue of Failed Haiku. It is a monthly on-line publication edited by Mike Rehling, who is also one of the people behind the living senryu anthology. It’s 12th issue, the publication

Senryu in Failed Haiku

Four of my senryu were published in the december issue of Failed Haiku. It is a monthly on-line publication edited by Mike Rehling, who is also one of the people behind the living senryu anthology. It’s 12th issue, the publication