Links to Haiku & Tanka Web Sites

Some of the best collections of web links and blogs related to haiku may be found at the following locations:

Tobacco Road Poet
edited by Curtis Dunlap

Red Dragonfly
edited by Melissa Allen

Teaching Haiku Poetry Links, Resources, Ideas
Indexed by Michael P. Garofalo

HAÏKU sans frontières
edited by Andre Duhaime

Weekly Boke Haiku
edited by Bruce Duggan

Haiku Poet Pages

Translations of Haiku

Haiku of Kobayashi Issa
by David G. Lanoue

Haiku Circus
comic strip by Ken Sakamoto

Haiku Periodic Table
a collaborite effort organized by Ron Sparks, written by members of the SciFaiKu Mailing List


Scot Haiku
This is a web blog featuring Scots Haiku (with english versions adjacent) by John McDonald
a social community approach to 5-7-5 haiku

Millikin University students and others may explore global haiku through numerous web sites available. These links have been recommended by Millikin students and others.

Haiku Organizations & Festivals

Haiku Society of America

Australian Haiku Society

British Haiku Society


German Haiku Society

The Haiku Foundation

Haiku Poets of Northern California

Haiku International Association

Hailstone Haiku Circle

Irish Haiku Society

temps libres / free times

World Haiku Association

Yuki Teikei Haiku Society

Online Magazines

The Heron's Nest

Juxtapositions, The Journal of Haiku Research and Scholarship

Shamrock Haiku Journal, edited by Anthony Anatoly Kudryavitsky

Notes from the Gean, edited by Lorin Ford

Roadrunner, edited by Jason Sanford Brown

Simply Haiku, edited by Robert D. Wilson, is an international English language Japanese short form poetry journal.

3LIGHTS, a gallery of haiku and related short poetry, curated by Liam Wilkinson

Haiku Publishers

Haiku Festivals

haiku conferences

haiku courses at Millikin

teaching haiku

speakers & readings

haiku competitions at MU

student renga

student haiku projects

published haiku by students

links to haiku web sites

student research on haiku

haiku by Millikin students

directory of haiku magazines


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