Here’s the week’s best from me. My week started in a traffic jam. Not a terrible one, but I was stuck for a few minutes in a traffic queue in the city which gave me time to safely do a
This week I am pleased to welcome back Devin Harrison, who we first met in Episode 8.
Welcome to Episode 27 of The Haiku Chronicle Podcast. I’m Patricia and this podcast is about sharing what I am learning in order to become a better haiku poet. Last October, I decided to dedicate a year (at least )
The best of the week…
Let’s go to Australia where we meet Giddy Nielsen Sweep again.
This week I’m celebrating the half way mark of the year I am dedicating to haiku. We’ll be visiting Australia in the company of Giddy Nielson Sweep and I’ll be having a little rant…
Best of the week: the cows paddle in the milky way— upturned milk truck This was inspired by the most exciting event that happened in the village since the hay wagon overturned a couple of year ago; last weekend the
I was a little unsure what to talk about this week, Japanese aesthetics was my first choice, but I knew I wouldn’t have time to read enough to even scratch the surface of that topic given the time available to
I would like to offer you two haiku/senryu from me this week. The first is based on one of my favourite places to go for a walk. About 40 minutes walk from my house is a piece of protected land.
Our guest haiku poet this week is Dr Tim Gardiner, who you might remember from Episode 9. Currently Tim is writer in residence at the Munnings Museum in Essex in the UK.