A Long Rainy Season: Haiku & Tanka
Leza Lowitz, Miyuki Aoyama, Akemi Tomioka
Stone Bridge Press, 1994 - History - 198 pages
Winner of the 1995 Benjamin Franklin Award, this is a landmark anthology of traditional short verse. In haiku and tanka fifteen Japanese women poets reveal universal female themes through the lens of a challenging spiritual and physical Japanese environment.
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