Happy birthday to the podcast, well nearly. To celebrate I’m changing the name of the podcast to: HAIKU PEA. I am doing a special podcast on Pain next time, so if you have any haiku you would like to submit,
This week, something a little different. I’m having a chat with the wonderful Kate Alsbury about her work, her magazine Jalmurra and you can hear HER reading her work. summer moon — deer on reconnaissance break across the field summer
First off, thanks once again to the many poets who featured in the last episode “making sense of the world”. The episode was very well received and the feedback was marvellous.
Today is a special podcast featuring haiku and senryu from our very own haiku chronicle community using the technique of synesthesia otherwise known as sense switching.
Today I want to have a look at the haiku technique, double entendres or double meanings, give you an example I wrote myself and then we are off to visit with a couple of poets we have met before,
Welcome to episode 39 of the podcast. If you are already one of the chronicle community, no, you’ve not heard wrong, episode 39.
Welcome to episode 37 of the podcast, summer in the mountains watching the tourists, or what, when and where… I’m Patricia your host. As you know if you’ve been here before, I’m documenting my haiku learning experience in the company
Hello and welcome to episode 36 of the Podcast. If you’ve joined me for the next instalment of the haiku techniques season, you’re about to be disappointed. I’ll continue with that next week, with “what, where, when” but this week
Welcome to episode 35 of the Podcast. Today, I’m looking at the haiku technique of riddles.We’ll pay a visit to one of our haiku community. We shall be meeting Agus Maulana Sunjaya, who has written a tranquil haiku for us.
I started my haiku writing with the idea that these little gems had to have 17 syllables and three lines, but I learnt very quickly that this was not the case and I have documented this journey of learning and