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A: A Journal of Contemporary Literature
(1976-1982)

a journal founded and ran in the 1970s by Wiliam Oandasan (1947-1992), and which was "one of the first literary magazines devoted to Native American literature and Indian writers". He was also an author of haiku collection: Summer Night (1989) [source: [ipl2 - Native American Authors]

WEBSITE: NONE 
YEARS: 1976-1982 (?) 
FORMAT: print  
FREQUENCY: 2 p/yr
ISSUES: 1976: Vol.1 No. 1 Fall
            1977: Vol.2 No. 1 Spring
                             No. 2 Fall
            1978: Vol.3 No. 1 Spring
                             No. 2 Fall
            1979: Vol.4 No. 1 Spring
                             No. 2 Fall
            1980: NONE
               1981: Vol.5 No. 1 & 2 (plus the haiku suplement)
            1982: Vol.5 No (?)
 

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE 
FOUNDER: Wiliam Oandasan (1947-1992)
EDITOR/S: Wiliam Oandasan 
PUBLISHER: 1976-78: A Press, Laguna NM USA 
                   1978-79: University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Chicago, IL USA
                   1979: A Press, Oak Park, IL USA 
                   1981: Print Center, Brooklyn, NY USA
                   1982: A Publication; Venice, CA USA 
COUNTRY: USA 
SUBMISSIONS: CLOSED 
                          E-mail:  
                          Address:  
                          Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: poetry; prose, articles, essays, critical studies 
ACCEPTS:
SUBSCRIPTIONS:
PAYMENTS:
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: non-haiku periodical





Abyss & Apex
Magazine of Speculative Fiction






— Our mission is to publish the finest in speculative and imaginative fiction and poetry, with special attention to character-driven stories that examine the depths and heights of emotion and motivation from a broad variety of cultural and social perspectives. A&A wants to publish powerful stories with emotions that resonate in our minds and hearts long after a first reading, stories that make us want to read them again and again. We look for the unique: stories that stand out in a genre that pushes the envelope of unusual. We take special delight in detailed world-building, and have no subgenre boundaries: we like slipstream, YA, hypertext fiction, dark fantasy, science fiction puzzle stories, magical realism, hard science fiction, soft science fiction, science fantasy, sword and sorcery, urban fantasy, military science fiction, ghost stories, space opera, cyberpunk, steampunk . . . there is very little we will not look at, although we have a severe allergy to elves, retold fairy tales, sports, westerns, vampires, and gratuitous sex and violence. We have no subject/topic preference, beyond a requirement that the work have a speculative element. We are happy to read stories that don’t quite seem to fit elsewhere.


We will consider dark speculative fiction, but we do not publish horror. We won’t publish extremely graphic violent or sexual content or over-the-top gore, and we are turned off by gratuitous foul language. In other words, if the primary purpose of a story is to scare us or make us queasy, we won’t buy it. 

We look for the unique: stories that stand out in a genre that pushes the envelope of unusual. We like to see strong, emotionally resonant, literary-quality poetry with a clear speculative element, as well as scifaiku and what some call "science poetry" or "astronomy poetry." Both traditional and modern or nontraditional formats are encouraged, and we have no length restrictions for poetry. Wow us with a sestina, or stun us in free verse. We admire poetry that exceeds our expectations in scansion, imagery, emotional impact and creative wordplay. We love language, and we like to see it worked for all it's worth. Our love of poetry exceeds the space and funds we have to publish it, so we accept only the very best; amaze us!”


WEBSITE: Abyss & Apex | Abyss and Apex - live journal
YEARS: January 2003-present 
FORMAT: print 
FREQUENCY: 4/p/yr (Jan, April, July & Oct) 
ISSUES: 2003-2013: #1-#48
               2014: #49: 1st Quarter
                         #50: 2nd Quarter
                         #
ISSSUE AVAILABLE ONLINE: Archives
FOUNDER:
EDITORS/S: Wendy S. Delmater: Editor and Publisher 
                  Carmelo Rafala: Managing Editor 
                  Jennifer Dawson: Flash Fiction Editor 
                  Michael Holmes: Fantasy Editor 
                  Stephen M. Wilson: Poetry Editor 
                  Rob Campbell: Science Fiction Consultant 
                  Roland de Nedde: Assistant Editor 
                  Faith Boughan: Assistant Flash Editor 
                  F. J. Bergman: Assistant Poetry Editor 
                  John Mannone: Assistant Poetry Editor 
                  Brian Thies: Webmaster 
PUBLISHER: ByrenLee Press, Riverdale, New York
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                         E-mail: abyssandapex@gmail.com (fiction only)
                                aandapoetry@gmail.com (poetry only)
                         Address: undisclosed
                         Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD: fiction: the four one-month reading periods are:
                                  Feb, May, Aug, Nov
                                  poetry: the two one-month reading periods are:
                                  June & December
PUBLISHES: fiction; flash fiction; formal verse; free verse; haiku
                      (or related); hybrid form; invented form; sestina; small press
                   book  reviews
ACCEPTS: non-simultaneous or multiple submissions except for poetry
               (limit, three poems)
SUBSCRIPTION: subscribe 
PAYMENTS: fiction: USA $.06/word (six cents a word) up to 1.250 word;
                                  a flat fee of $75.00 for longer story;
                      poetry: a flat fee of $5.00;
                      60 days after publication
REVIEWS: regularly reviewed by SFRevu,
                   Tangent - reviews: Abyss & Apex
                New Pages
OTHER INFO: Abyss & Apex is a proud member of:
                         The Speculative Literature Foundation and
                        The Science Fiction Poetry Association






Acorn:
a journal of contemporary haiku


"a small biannual journal dedicated to publishing the best of contemporary English-language haiku. In particular, it showcases the individual poem and the ability of haiku to reveal the extraordinary moments found in everyday life." [source: Acorn]

WEBSITE: Acorn
YEARS: 1998–present
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: 2 p/yr (April & October)
ISSUES: 1998: #1 (Fall)
               1999: #2 (Spring); #3 (Fall)
               2000: #4 (Spring); #5 (Fall)
               2001: #6 (Spring); #7 (Fall)
               2002: #8 (Spring); #9 (Fall)
               2003: #10 (Spring); #11 (Fall)
               2004: #12 (Spring); #13 (Fall)
               2005: #14 (Spring); #15 (Fall)
               2006: #16 (Spring); #17 (Fall)
               2007: #18 (Spring); #19 (Fall)
               2008: #20 (Spring); #21 (Fall)
               2009: #22 (Spring); #23 (Fall)
               2010: #24 (Spring); #25 (Fall)
               2011: #26 (Spring); #27 (Fall)
               2012: #28 (Spring); #29 (Fall)
               2013: #30 (Spring); #31 (Fall)
               2014: #32 (Spring); #
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE, Sample Poems
FOUNDER: A. C. Missias
EDITOR/S: 1998-2008: A. C. Missias
                    2008-2011: Carolynn Hall
                    2012- : Susan Antolin
PUBLISHER: Redfox Press
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                        E-mail: acornhaiku@mac.com
                        Address: Acorn
                              Susan Antolin, Editor
                              115 Conifer Lane
                              Walnut Creek CA 94598
                              USA 
                   Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: 28/29 February (April issue), 31 August (October issue)
READING PERIOD: during January-February (Spring issue)
                                           July-August (Fall issue)
PUBLISHES:
haiku; senryu
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; 5-15 poems at time; posting to private
               online mailing list and workshops is not considered prior
               publication 
SUBSCRIPTIONS: Ordering Form
PAYMENTS: "effective with the Fall 2009 issue there will no longer be
                      contributors' fees paid"
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Acorn Supplements





Adventum: A Literary Magazine




This biannual online magazine (Adventum/ Latin: Adventure) accepts creative nonfiction, essays, and memoir pieces thet explore some aspect of personal experience in the outdoors. Adventum welcomes the finest contemporary outdoor adventure writing from new and established writers. It also accepts seasonal haiku and high quality digital photography" [source: Adventum - A Literary Magazine]

WEBSITE: Adventum
YEARS: 2011–2013 (temporary closed)
FORMAT: webzine and print
FREQUENCY: 2 p/yr
ISSUES: 2011: #1: (Summer)
              2002: #2 (Winter-Spring)
              2012: #3 (Summer-Fall)
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: | 1: Summer Issue 2011 |
                                                 | 2: Winter / Spring Issue 2012 |
                                                 | 3: Summer / Fall Issue 2012 |
                                                 | 4: Winter / Spring Issue 2013 |
EDITOR/S: Editor-in-Chief; Naomi Mahala Juddl
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                        E-mail: editor@adventummagazine.com
                        Address: Adventum
                                       Naomi Farr, Editor
                                       18 Clark Drive #202
                                       Jeffersonville, VT 05464
                                       USA
                        Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD: Feb 1 to May 15 and Aug 1 to Nov 10
PUBLISHES: creative nonfiction;essays; memoir pieces; haiku; photography
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; non-simultaneous; unsolicited
                 and elctronic submissions
SUBSCRIPTIONS: internet publication
PAYMENTS: NONE
OTHER INFO:





Agnieszka's Dowry(Ag D)
(1995–2008)


"AgD is an on-line installation, a magazine, and a book, and it is either free or when put to paper, nearly free. As of 23 March 2007, AgD contains 13 closed and 1 open online issues, as well as 13 printed issues (as chapbooks). Issue 12 is a special issue on haiku, consisting only of the pretty pretty pretty room. It contains installations of multiple haiku by 9 authors. It was edited by jen jensen, a haikuist herself, and our webmaster and VP technology. AgD amounts to 245 installations (one or more grouped pieces) by 187 authors. AgD is expanding at glacial pace (check the created and last updated dates), with print issues usually trailing the completed online issues by half a year." [source: Introduction to Agnieszka's Dowry (AgD) - Marek Lugowski & Katrina Grace Craig]

YEARS: 1995–2008
FORMAT: print & online
FREQUENCY: irregular
ISSUES: 1996: 1-4
                   1997: 5-6
                   1998: 7-8
                   1999: 9
                   2000:10-12
                   2001: NONE
                   2002: 13
                   2003-2006: NONE
                   2007: 14
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: |Issue 1 (1 April 1996)|
                                              |Issue 2 (22 April 1996) & 3 (20 June 1996)| 
                                              |Issue 4 (27 October 1996)|
                                              |Issue 5 (5 March 1997)|
                                              |Issue 6 (12 July 1997)|
                                              |Issue 7 (8 March 1998)|
                                              |Issue 8 (19 April 1998)|
                                              |Issue 9 (21 November 1999)|
                                              |Issue 10 (23 March 2000)|
                                              |Issue 11 (11 November 2000)| 
                                              |Issue 12, special haiku issue  (4 Sept 2000)|
                                              |Issue 13 (24 September 2002)|
                                              |Issue 14 (2008)|
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S: Marek Lugowski: Chief Editor 
                 Katrina Grace Craig (katja)
PUBLISHER: A Small Garlic Press
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSIONS: CLOSED
                  E-mail: marek@enteract.com
                  Address: undisclosed
                  Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku; letters; very short prose; essays
ACCEPTS: several materials (5-10) to choose from
SUBSCRIPTIONS: internet publication (each issue as a chapbook)
PAYMENTS: pays 1 contributor's copy
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: non-haiku periodical
                         ASGP publishes up to 3 chapbooks of poetry per year




Albatros
(1992-2002)

journal of the Constanta Haiku Society "which published haiku, linked forms, essays & reviews about haiku in both Romanian and English language." [source: [tempslibres.org/aozora]

WEBSITE: NONE (Albatros - some details)
YEARS: 1992-2002
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: 2 p/yr
ISSUES: 1992:         Vol.1.1 (spring-summer) 
                             Vol.1.2 (autumn-winter)
             1993:         Vol.2.1 (spring-summer) 
                              Vol.2.2 (autumn-winter) 
             1994:         Vol.3.1-2 (spring-summer/autumn-winter) 
             1995:         Vol.4.1-2 (spring-summer/autumn-winter) 
             1996/1997: Vol.5/6 (spring 1996 - winter 1997) 
             1998:         Vol.7.1-2
             1999:         Vol.8.1-2 
             2000          Vol.9 ? 
             2000/2001: Vol.10 
             2002:         Vol.?
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER: Ion Codrescu
EDITOR/S: Ion Codrescu
PUBLISHER: The Constantza Haiku Society
COUNTRY: ROMANIA
SUBMISSIONS: CLOSED
                  E-mail:
                  Address: Albatros
                                 Ion Codrescu, Editor
                                 Str. Soveje Nr 25
                                 BIV2, ScB, Ap. 31
                                 87000 Constanta
                                 Romania
                  Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu, tanka; articles; essays
ACCEPTS: unpublished previously
SUBSCRIPTIONS:
PAYMENTS:
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:


Albatros New Series


WEBSITE: NONE (Albatros New Series - some details)
YEARS: 2003-present
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: 2 p /yr
ISSUES: 2003: No. 1. (1) 
             2004: No. 1. (2) 
                      No. 2. (3) 
                      No. 2/1 (5-6) Autumn/Winter Year XIII 
             2006: No. 2 (7) Spring/Summer Year XIV -New Series 
             2007: No. (8-9) (No.3/1 2006/2007) 
             2008: No. (10-11) (Vol.6 2007/2008)
             2009: No. (12-13) 
             2010: No. (14-15)
             2011:? 
             2012:?
             2013:? 
             2014:
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: 1 (4) 2005
FOUNDER: Ion Codrescu
EDITOR/S: President of the Society: Aurica Vaceanu / Laura (2003-)
                   Vice-president: Radu Patrichi
                   Translator: Alexandra Flora Munteanu
                   English advisor: Dr Angelee Deodhar
                   Editor: Sonia Cristina Coman
                               Stela Moise
                               Maria Ciurea
PUBLISHER: The Constantza Haiku Society
COUNTRY: ROMANIA
SUBMISSION:
                      E-mail: laura.vaceanu@yahoo.com
                      Address: undisclosed
                      Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu; tanka; articles; essays
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: annual, including two issues, it expires on December 31th 
                         (radu_patrichi@yahoo.com)
PAYMENTS: NONE
OTHER INFO:




The Alchemist
(1974-1992)



"A steady, don't-try-to-do-too-much-at-once-type magazine that has been managing to put out an issue or two a year ever since 1974. As time went along and the short-poetry revolution grew, Marco devoted more and more space to haiku and its descendants and offshoots both visual and verbal[…]. [source: The Alchemist #11 – AbeBooks.com]

The Alchemist brought renewed energy to the Montreal scene, […]. Most notably mourned among the lost publications were Marco Fraticelli's The Alchemist (1974–c.90), which was an important source for poems and translations by the Italian writers of Canada;[source: jrank.org - Literary-magazines in English]

In "A Few Notes,” his introduction to the poems, Nichol explains that he wrote these poems [digital ones] between about the spring of 1983 and the fall of 1984. I always think of him as the father of kinetic poetry written for the Apple II computer, but Nichol explains in this introduction that the Canadian writer Marco Fraticelli—who also wrote poems in Apple Basic and who edited in the 1980s magazine of digital poetry and fiction, The Alchemist—taught Nichol "many of the programming skills used to make these poems." [source: Geof Huth: dbqp: vizualizing poetics - Digital Poetry Iincunabula]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1974-1992:
FORMAT: print; Diskette magazine of digital writing
FREQUENCY: irregular: about 1 p /yr
ISSUES: 1974: #1 Vol.1 No.1
              1975: #2 Vol.1 No.2 
              |1976: #3 Vol.1 No.3|
              |1979: #4 Vol.1 No.4|
              |1980: #5 Vol.2 No.1|
              |1981: #6 Vol.2 No.2|
              |1982: #7 Vol.2 No.3|
             1983: #8 Vol.2 No.4
             1984: #9 Vol.3 No.1
              |1986: #10 Vol.3 No. 2 - special haiku issue|
              |1987: #11 Vol.3 No.3|
              |1990: #12 Vol.3 No.4
            1990: #13 Vol.4 No.1
            1992: #14 Vol.4 No.2
ISSUES AVAILABLE ON -LINE: NONE (some semples here: H poetry)
FOUNDER: Marco Fraticelli
EDITOR/S: Marco Fraticelli
PUBLISHER: The Alchemist
COUNTRY: CANADA
SUBMISSIONS: CLOSED
                  E-mail:
                  Address: La Salle, Quebec 
                          Canada
                  Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: short poetry; digital poems; kinetic poetry; haiku
ACCEPTS:
SUBSCRIPTIONS:
PAYMENTS:
                   The Alchemist 1987: #11 - AbeBooks.com
OTHER INFO: non-haiku periodical




Amaze: The Cinquain Journal
(2002-2009)



AMAZE: The Cinquain Journal [Adelaide Crapsey's cinquain, Amaze gave the magazine its name] "is dedicated to developing promoting, and publishing cinquain in the traditional form established by Adelaide Crapsey. We are also very interested in the development and publication of innovative forms of the cinquain, such as mirror cinquains and cinquain cycles or sequences." [source: Amaze]

YEARS: 2002-2009
FORMAT: on-line; print (annual print journal)
FREQUENCY: 4 p/yr
ISSUES: 2002-2009: Vol 1 No 1-Vol 7 No 1
ISSSUE AVAILABLE ONLINE:
FOUNDER: Denis M. Garrison 
EDITORS/S: Denis M. Garrison (emeritus)
                   Deborah P. Kolodji
                   Lisa Janice Cohen
PUBLISHER: Mission Ghost Press 
COUNTRY: USA 
SUBMISSION: CLOSEED
                        E-mail: cinquains@hotmail.com 
                                     amazecinquain@aol.com
                        Address: Editor, Amaze
                                                  Deborah P. Kolodji
                                                 10529 Olive Street
                                                 Temple City, CA 91780
                        Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: cinquain 
ACCEPTS:
SUBSCRIPTION: internet publication 
PAYMENTS:  
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: page of contributors: Poets & Authors Page
                    The Cinquain Journal - 2006 Annual (print)
                    The Cinquain - 2007 Annual (print)




Ambrosia Journal of Fine Haiku (2008-2010) 



was "a quarterly print and digital journaldedicated to publishing and promoting the finest of traditional haiku in English." [source: Ambrosia-Journal-of-Fine-Haiku-1-Autumn-2008]

WEBSITE: Ambrosia
YEARS: 2008-2010
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: 4 p/yr
ISSUES: 2008: #1: Autumn
              2009: #2: Winter
              2009: #3: Spring
              2009: #4: Summer
              2010: #5: Summer
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: |1 (Autumn 2008)|
                                          |2 (Winter 2009)|
                                          |3 (Spring 2009)|
                                          |4 (Summer 2009)|
                                          |5 (Summer 2010)|
FOUNDER: Denis M. Garrison
EDITOR/S: Denis M. Garrison
PUBLISHER: Modern English Tanka Press
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSIONS: CLOSED
                 E-mail:
                 Address:
                 Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu
ACCEPTS:
previously unpublished
SUBSCRIPTIONS:
PAYMENTS:
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Amelia
(1983-2001)

A few publications have been concerned with the relationship of the haiku to mainstream poetry, especially the short poem. Frederick A. Raborg, Jr., publisher of the poetry magazine Amelia, expanded the publication’s haiku supplement, Cicada, into a separate quarterly in 1986 and issued it from Bakersfield, Calif., until his death in 2001.” [source: The American Haiku Movement Part I: Haiku in English by Charles Trumbull]

Amelia was recognized as one of the top literary publications in the nation and always has been listed as one of the best fiction markets. Fred Raborg published some of the top writers of the day and discovered many new talents" [source:Jay's world - creative resume]

"In 1983, he and his wife started AMELIA Magazine, Cicada, and SPSM&H (Shakespeare, Petrarch, Sidney, Milton & Hopkins). AMELIA has been recognized as one of the top literary publications in the nation and always has been listed as one of the best fiction markets. He has published some of the top writers of the day and has discovered many new talents. Among local talents he published frequently were William Rintoul and Nancy Edwards. He received an Arts Award (Literature) from the Bakersfield Art Association and was nominated for a Beautiful Bakersfield Award.” [source: POETRY IN tHE LIGHT - Elizabeth St. Jacques]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1983-2001
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: 4 p/ yr
ISSUES: ?
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
EDITOR/S: Frederick Ashton Raborg, Jr. 
                 Eileen Raborg
PUBLISHER: Amelia Press
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSIONS: CLOSED
                  E-mail:
                  Address:
                  Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIODS:
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku
ACCEPTS:
SUBSCRIPTIONS:
PAYMENTS:
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: non-haiku periodical




Amerasia Journal




— “Since 1971, the Press has published Amerasia Journal, the leading interdisciplinary journal in Asian American Studies. After more than three decades and over 16,000 pages, Amerasia Journal has played an indispensable role in establishing Asian American Studies as a viable and relevant field of scholarship, teaching, community service, and public discourse. Amerasia Journal, according to founding publisher Don T. Nakanishi, "has benefited from and reflected a wide array of profound social changes that have occurred among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders—be it their unprecedented growth and diversification, or their ever-increasing levels of access, representation, and achievement in American society's institutions and sectors that had long excluded, marginalized, or demonized them." [source: UCLA Asian American Studies Center]

YEARS: 1971-present
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: irregular
             2013: Volume 39, #1
             Volume 39, #2 
                   Volume 39, #3
             2014: Volume 40, #1
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: Meta Press - Journal Issues
FOUNDER: Don T. Nakanishi
                         Lowell Chun-Hoon
EDITOR/S: Don T. Nakanishi
                   Amerasia Journal Editorial Board
PUBLISHER: UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines (for book review)
                        E-mail: brandy22@ucla.edu
                        Address: UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press
                                       Attn: Amerasia Journal
                                       3230 Campbell Hall, Box 951546
                                       Los Angeles, CA 90095-1546
                                       USA
                        Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: book review; essays
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: subscribe
REVIEWS: —
OTHER INFO: There Is Always Tomorrow: An Anthology of War Time Haiku
                     (Vol. 19.1)




The American Association of Haikuists Newsletter
(1984–1989) (?)

In 1989 the title of issue was 'The New American Association of Haikust Newsletter. [source: Archives & Musee de la Literature]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1984–1989 (?)
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: 1 p / yr
ISSUES: 1984: #1 
             1985: #2 
             1986: #3 
             1987: #4
             1988: #5 
             1989: #6 (Sept)
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S: W.E. Greig
                  Henry L. Sanders
PUBLISHER: American Association of Haikuists
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSIONS: CLOSED 
                          E-mail: ? 
                      Address: 
                                   Jackson, TN 
                                   USA 
                      Online form: NONE 
DEADLINES:  
READING PERIOD:  
PUBLISHES: haiku 
ACCEPTS: ? 
SUBSCRIPTIONS: ? 
PAYMENTS: ? 
REVIEWS:  
OTHER INFO:




American Haiku
(1963-1968)



 
AmericanTanka:
Poetry in the Moment




 
Amoskeag (Big Sky)
North American Haiku
(1980–1983)



Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society
Nichi Ei Tanka Society








 
Anonymous us
(1977–1995) (?)




 
AntAntAntAntAnt





 
APA-Renga
(1986–1989)





Apropos
Zeitschrift für Kunst, Lierature, Kritik
(1981–1985)






Araragi アララギ。
(1908-19??)






Ardea










Asahi Shimbun Haikuist Network






Asahi Weekly
(haiku column)





Ashibi
(19





Ashita (Tomorrow)







Atlantic Monthly








Atlas Poetica:
A Journal of Poetry of Place in Modern English Tanka

(2008-2009)


Atlas Poetica:
A Journal of Poetry of Place in Contemporary Tanka



The Aurorean





Autumn Leaves
A Twice-Monthly Online Poetry
Journal



Ayush



Azami (Thistle)
(1992–2002) (?)