Haiku 2021

Haiku 2021 is a fantastic new anthology containing “100 notable haiku from 2020 selected by the editors of the award-winning Haiku 21. With an introductory essay by Philip Rowland, editor of NOON: Journal of the Short Poem (Tokyo).” Here are a few words from the introduction:

“Haiku 2021 unfolds as a series of flashes of insight and facets of language, a remarkable range of minimalist poetic possibilities.”

I’m delighted to have this little poem in such wonderful company:

evening stars twisting the long arm of the law

If you are interested in purchasing a copy, go to the Modern Haiku website, or just click here.

Thanks, as always, to Lee Gurga and Scott Metz for including my work.

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Elmedin Kadric is a minimalist haiku poet writing out of Helsingborg, Sweden. His first full-length collection, buying time (2017), was awarded second place at the Haiku Society of America Merit Book Awards for excellence in haiku poetry.

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