Mary Stevens’ book, enough light, can be purchased directly from her. You can inquire at email@example.com
Video teaser for John Stevenson’s book, My Red.
My Red can be purchased at Brooks Books.
John Stevenson’s books, emoji moon, d(ark), Live Again, and quiet enough, can be purchased at Red Moon Press.
Tom Clausen’s book, My Own Heart: 25 Years of Tanka can be purchased at Free Food Press.
Yu Chang’s book, small things make me laugh can be purchased at Free Food Press, and Seeds can be purchased at Red Moon Press.
Ion Codrescu’s books, A Haiga Journey, The Wanderer Brush, Something out of Nothing, and with Sylvia Forges-Ryan, What Light There Is, can be purchased at Red Moon Press.
Interview of Hilary Tann talking about how nature and haiku influence her process of composing: Musical Headwaters. Links to some of the pieces referenced in the interview, one of which is in response to John Stevenson’s haiku, deep gorge/some of the silence/is me.
Tom Clausen’s postings of daily haiku by one guest poet each month: Cornell University’s Mann Library.
About the Lake Onawa Retreats and the renku the group wrote there with Paul MacNeil from 1999–2017.