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Chained Hay(na)ku By Ernesto Priego et al.
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The hay(na)ku poem's swift popularity would not have been possible without internet-based communication. With the internet's capacity for engendering collaborations, it was inevitable that a... More > collaborative hay(na)ku project such as THE CHAINED HAY(NA)KU would arise. It, of course, was fitting that THE CHAINED HAY(NA)KU began with an invitation from a blog. On June 24, 2007, an invitation was posted on http://chainedhaynaku.wordpress.com/ for poets to participate in hay(na)ku collaborations. Nearly a hundred poets and artists from around the world responded, and this anthology is one result, along with friendships and much fun!< Less
HAY(NA)KU 15 By Eileen R. Tabios
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Fifteen years after its debut in 2003, the hay(na)ku continues to find a home in the writings of poets around the world. This 15th year anniversary anthology presents 128 poets and translators from... More > 13 countries: Australia, Canada, England, Finland, India, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Scotland, Thailand, and United States. Poems are presented in eight languages: English, Filipino, Finnish, Hindi, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. The Spanish poems include an all-Spanish section translating poems from the now out-of-print The First Hay(na)ku Anthology—a project that came out of the Poetry and Translation Seminar at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. The hay(na)ku’s international expanse befits its conceptualization by inventor Eileen R. Tabios as a “Filipino (but) diasporic form.”   < Less
THE STRIP HAY(NA)KU PROJECT By Ernesto Priego
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This book is a collection of hay(na)ku poems in comic strip form, edited and co-created by Ernesto Priego with words and images by John Bloomberg-Rissman, Sam Bloomberg-Rissman, Amy Bernier, Jane... More > Ogilvie, Horacio Castillo, Ira Franco and Ginger Stickney. Foreword by Eileen R. Tabios. Introduction by Ernesto Priego. Back cover text by Márton Koppány. The hay(na)ku, a poetic form invented by Eileen R. Tabios, is a six-word tercet with the first line being one word, the second line being two words, and the third line being three words. Poets around the world have used the form and have created textual and visual variations, including the chained hay(na)ku which strings together more than one tercet as well as the reverse hay(na)ku where the word count is reversed. Ernesto Priego started the project co-creating strip hay(na)ku poems in 2008, inspired by examples of Slovenian "strip haiku".< Less
Port Light: A Hay(na)ku Collection By William Allegrezza
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Port Light: A Hay(na)ku Collection brings together hay(na)kus that have been written over a number of years. The pieces vary greatly in terms of content from the personal lyric to poems that push at... More > language’s communicative limits. The occasions of the poems are also diverse. “Through Having Been” was written as a reaction to storm devastation in Haiti, but many of the poems are daily poems responding to family or friends. William Allegrezza has written in the hay(na)ku format for almost ten years, but Port Light is his first book to collect and attempt to show a similarity between the pieces.< Less
Menopausal Hay(na)ku For P-Grubbers By Eileen Tabios
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A new edited collection of political poetry put together by Eileen Tabios.
Reporting Live from You Know Where By Sheila Murphy
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Winner of the Hay(na)ku Poetry Book Prize judged by Vince Gotera, Jean Vengua and Mark Young
AutopsyTurvy By Thomas Fink & Maya Diablo Mason
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AUTOPSY TURVY, a collaborative book of poems by father-daughter Thomas Fink and Maya Diablo Mason. A book of "utterly wishful miraculously wistful costumed poems" (Tan Lin), AUTOPSY TURVY... More > gathers terse, springy, psychologically intense eleven-line lyrics and hay(na)ku-based pieces, a 15-poem series called "Bee" that spells out the tangles of family and finances, a surreal poetic play entitled "Invisible Surgeon," and much else. According to Denise Duhamel, Fink and Mason's "poetry. . . goes to the brink, peering off the cliff, before they pull one another back to safety."< Less
DREDGING FOR ATLANTIS By Eileen Tabios
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EILEEN TABIOS' publications include 14 poetry collections, an art essay collection, a poetry essay/interview anthology, and a short story book. DREDGING FOR ATLANTIS, her 11th print poetry... More > collection, extends a body of work unique for melding ekphrasis with a transcolonial perspective. Here, she introduces her translation of the painterly technique of scumbling to create poems from other poets' words. From other writers' texts, she also extracts sequences of the hay(na)ku, a poetic form she inaugurated on June 12, 2003 to mark the 105th Anniversary of Philippines' Independence Day from Spain.< Less
all hat no cattle By Lars Palm
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experimental hay(na)ku poetry by Lars Palm, some of these poems first appeared in guerilla pamphlets, PFS Post & the Hay(na)ku Anthology vol. II (eds Jean Vengua & Mark Young) (xPress(ed)... More > & Meritage Press, 2008)< Less
Traje de Boda By Aileen Ibardaloza
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Aileen Ibardaloza’s first book is a charmer more than a disarmer of the complicated relationships between men and women, mothers and daughters, or colonized and colonizer. The intensity of her... More > voice is not unlike the Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral with llantos like these: “I say it’s all right./Yes, if I ever lose my mouth,” and “My old same hides/her face behind a fan.” traje de boda belongs on any serious bookshelf of contemporary poetry. —Nick Carbó, author of Chinese, Japanese, What are These?< Less

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