Thank you for the positive feedback from Episode 23, the breakfast special. Award for best pun goes to Nicholas for his comment “Eggsellent podcast”, very witty. I’m talking about Shiki again, and welcoming back Dr Tim Gardiner who writes superb
by Jack Kerouac. A fascinating, fictionalised account of Jack Kerouac’s life as he learns the art of haiku and self-awareness.
by Janine Beichman. This acclaimed work offers a complete portrait of the life and the far-reaching influence of “the father of modern haiku”. Beichman puts Shiki’s brief, energetic life, his personality and his fertile work – including haiku, tanka and
Edited by Cor van den Heuvel. First published in 1974, the Haiku Anthology has proved a landmark work in modern haiku.
by Donald Keene. Using extensive readings of Shiki’s own writings and accounts of the poet by his contemporaries and family, Donald Keene charts Shiki’s revolutionary experiments with haiku and tanka.
by Jane Reichhold. This books shows you how haiku can bring a centred, calming atmosphere into one’s life.
Sunday morning bike ride to the bakers apricot blossoms because once the weather improves enough, ie the snow disappears, I love to ride my bike and as a special treat on a Sunday my partner and I ride to the
Here’s another first for the Haiku Chronicle podcast Submissions from twins!
Welcome to episode 23 of the haiku chronicle podcast. What’s it all about? Well, it’s a podcast in which I share what I am learning in my endeavour to understand haiku and become a better haiku writer and I showcase
I have been reading about Shiki and the technique of shasei. It’s a technique that I am very fond of and I wanted to explore it, understand it better. All the articles or books I quote will be in the