Our first poet is Goran Gatalica, our scientist from Croatia from whom we last heard in episode 33. His senryu fits with our theme of the week. gleaming stars – behind the old tin factory kids are playing Our next
Su Wai Hlaing The first is Su Wai Hlaing, a nurse currently working in Singapore, but originally from Burma. Like many of us Su uses her haiku and senryu to focus on the moment, to preserve it. She says “A
To Slovakia to meet with Eva Drobna, who we previously met in episode 16. Like many of our community she has been a teacher, now retired. She is a lover of poetry in it’s many forms and enjoys haiku for
Agus, another scientist, a teacher of maths and physics, writes for us from the rural city of Tangerang, Indonesia. Agus enjoys haiku “because of its simplicity and the huge meaning behind the words.
Alison Finch is from the USA. Alison clearly knows her haiku stuff as you will see, but little wonder, not only is she a writer, but she teaches English. She loves nature, which comes through in this haiku. She says
This week it’s someone we first met in episode 11, Goran Gatalica. As with many of our guests he is a scientist who writes poetry. He is quite prolific and has been published in many journals and haiku anthologies.
Kate Alsbury from the USA is our guest poet. Kate last paid us a visit in episode 15 so you could go back and have a listen to what she wrote for us then.
Let me introduce to you if you don’t know him already, Roger Watson. He is the inspiration behind the next haiku podcast special on the topic of women but I’ll tell you why when we get to that podcast. I
Giddy is running her own haiku group. She tells me it’s going well. If you live in Brisbane and would like to know more about Giddy’s group then get in touch, send me an email and I’ll forward it, or
Welcome back to Veronica Hosking who we heard from in episode 17 and of course in our breakfast special where she featured with her twin sister. As I said, Veronica lives in the desert in the US. Like myself she’s