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Berry Blue Haiku Anthology

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, April 9, 2011 Under: Children's
Berry Blue Haiku Anthology
 
 
First deadline: May 31, 2011
 

Submissions for their first anthology, due out in April 2012, are now open.

 
They are open to all types of haiku: nature with a seasonal word (kigo), modern, human haiku (often called senryu), fun haiku, as well as haiga. This anthology will be haiku written by adults for children up to age 13.

Our general definition of haiku is a two- or three-line poem that transmits a moment or feeling through sensory images. A haiku often paints different/contrasting images, or leaves the reader with an a-ha! moment.

**Please note that they tend to gravitate away from haiku that follow the 5-7-5 syllable form as it often results in haiku padded with unnecessary words. This padding can weaken a haiku's effect. For more insight on what they look for in haiku, please review their style tips.
 
Please send only unpublished material. Rates: Haiga: $5.00 US or CAD equivalent. Haiku: each fifth haiku $7.50 US or CAD equivalent. All contributors will also receive a free pdf copy of the anthology in which their work appears.
 
For more details, go to:

In : Children's 



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Berry Blue Haiku Anthology

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, April 9, 2011 Under: Children's
Berry Blue Haiku Anthology
 
 
First deadline: May 31, 2011
 

Submissions for their first anthology, due out in April 2012, are now open.

 
They are open to all types of haiku: nature with a seasonal word (kigo), modern, human haiku (often called senryu), fun haiku, as well as haiga. This anthology will be haiku written by adults for children up to age 13.

Our general definition of haiku is a two- or three-line poem that transmits a moment or feeling through sensory images. A haiku often paints different/contrasting images, or leaves the reader with an a-ha! moment.

**Please note that they tend to gravitate away from haiku that follow the 5-7-5 syllable form as it often results in haiku padded with unnecessary words. This padding can weaken a haiku's effect. For more insight on what they look for in haiku, please review their style tips.
 
Please send only unpublished material. Rates: Haiga: $5.00 US or CAD equivalent. Haiku: each fifth haiku $7.50 US or CAD equivalent. All contributors will also receive a free pdf copy of the anthology in which their work appears.
 
For more details, go to:

In : Children's 



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