Haiku 2022

It’s here! The new anthology by the award-winning editors of Haiku 21, Lee Gurga and Scott Metz. This time with an afterword by Cherie Hunter Day. Here’s a brief snippet from the afterword:

Each edition of the anthology reiterates that haiku writers are not done exploring what haiku is and what it can become. This project has always been an open-ended invitation to more fully enter our daily experiences — engage every aspect of our minds and hearts. This is the journey. This is haiku.”

The anthology contains 100 notable haiku from around the world. Also, what is quickly apparent when reading this anthology is that haiku comes in so many different shapes and styles, as it should.

I’m very proud to have this little one included:

For those who would like to order a copy of this fine anthology, or if you just happen to be in the mood for some browsing, click here.

A big thank you 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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