Steven Carter, retired Professor Emeritus of English and award winning poet, has chosen critical historical locales and periods in Europe and America as the subject of his book of haiku, Morning Twilight (Cyberwit.net, 2012). The choice is both unusual
We can say this book is a testimony. Initially, we are aware of the presence and the show up of an uncommon talent. At the end, we may conclude that we are spectators of a drama that takes place into a human soul: the soul of a woman.
Ban'ya Natsuishi writes haiku that moves beyond customary restraints and perceptions from the tradition of only seasonal, natural themes. His muki-haiku-seasonless poem style, paints Natsuishi's promptings into pictures, which embrace the philosophical i
Hybrid Paradise ハイブリッド天国 (ISBN 978-81-8253-175-8) is the third major poetry collection by noted Japanese haiku author NATSUISHI Ban'ya 夏石 番矢that has been printed by the Indian publishing house Cyberwit.net (http://cyberwit.net/).
A gong sounds somewhere in the distance, and in the silence that ensues the reverberations of the collective conscience precipitate a collage of impressions that are at once familiar, and yet far beyond the accepted structures of perception. In this impre
Much has been written regarding the history, form, essence and literary regulations of haiku-writing. I would here present the premise that effective artistic communication has little to do with limitations, but rather everything to do with the author's s