Let’s go to Australia where we meet Giddy Nielsen Sweep again.
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.
Here’s another first for the Haiku Chronicle podcast Submissions from twins!
Guest haiku featuring Giddy Nielson Sweep: Giddy comes from Australia. Despite having MS she amazes me with her output of Haiku and the projects she has on the go. She is developing a book of photos and haiku with her
You can return to Episode 14 to hear more of her work and a little about her. Just to remind you she writes with a Haiku circle in Japan and they are having a festival in 2019, the Sakura Haiku
Veronica Hosking is a wife, mother and poet, who lives in the desert southwest of the US with her husband and two daughters. Her family and day job,”Hausfrau” as they say round my parts, serve as inspiration for most of
Eva, who is from Slovakia, is an active pensioner, teacher of the Slovak language and proofreader of Slovak works. I asked her why her English was so good and she replied that her teacher was very good as was her
Kate is a writer and editor and a lover of the great outdoors, all of which she has managed to combine by starting Jalmurra, an online journal with a focus on nature, science, art, and the environment She started it,
Today’s Guest haiku is from Mineko Takahashi, from Japan. She is an early-retired linguist who used to teach at universities. Now she teaches Japanese to foreigners living and working in Tokyo, so that they can pursue their career purposes. Like
What can I tell you about Ramlawt? Well, he is doing a Masters in Physics and living in Aizawl, Mizoram, India. What inspires Ramlawt to write? Nothing but what surrounds him, he says. He believes that haiku is the best