NOON: journal of the short poem

The new double issue of NOON: journal of the short poem has officially been released and I’m thrilled to say it’s packed with fine work! Philip Rowland, the editor of the journal, has also done such a remarkable job sequensing the poems — letting each little piece be a reverberating part of the whole — that I can’t help but shout it from my virtual rooftop (this website). Also, I’m proud to say I have two poems included this time around. Here’s one:

the silence

to live on

in her wake

Thanks to Philip Rowland for including my work, but most importantly I want to thank him for putting this issue together so beautifully.

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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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