The haiku handbook: how to write, share, and teach haiku

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 1985 - Poetry - 331 pages
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Review: Haiku Handbook: How to Write, Share, and Teach Haiku

User Review  - Sorobai - Goodreads

This is a great book. Not only a nice introduction to the world of japanese haiku poetry but with a troughtfull aproach to the differences in haiku in the east and the west. Only flaw is there is not a single reference to haiku in portuguese. Read full review

Review: Haiku Handbook: How to Write, Share, and Teach Haiku

User Review  - Nissa Annakindt - Goodreads

When I read this book for the first time I wished that every school teacher that decides to do a haiku-writing lesson would read this book first. Haiku is more than just counting syllables! This book ... Read full review


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The Four Great Masters of Japanese Haiku
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About the author (1985)

Higginson's interest in haiku began at Yale, and resulted in his writing award-winning poems in the genre and editing Haiku Magazine in the 1960s and 1970s. He is a past president of the Haiku Society of America and a member of the Selection Committee for the Masaoka Shiki International Haiku Awards sponsored by Ehime Prefecture

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