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HAIKU JOURNALS AND MAGAZINES — A-F (71)

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HAIKU JOURNALS & MAGAZINES

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last updated on July 6, 2014


The haiku journals and magazines index is still being updated, and so some info are incomplete.
It also contains tanka, renga, renku and haibun magazines, as well as other mainstream literary journals accepting haiku.
All magazines highlighted in white—folded.


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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:
A Press, Laguna NM USA (1976-78)
                    University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Chicago, IL USA (1978-79)
                    A Press, Oak Park, IL USA (1979)
                    Print Center, Brooklyn, NY USA (1981)
                    A Publication; Venice, CA USA (1982) 
COUNTRY: USA 
                  E-mail:
                  Address: Chicago
                                 USA
PUBLISHES: poetry; prose, articles, essays, critical studies 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




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)
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE, Sample Poems
FOUNDER: A. C. Missias
EDITOR/S: 1998-2008: A. C. Missias; 2008-2011: Carolynn Hall
PUBLISHER: Redfox Press
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                        E-mail: acornhaiku@mac.com
                        Address: Acorn
                                       Carolyn Hall, Editor
                                       122 Calistoga Road  #135
                                        Santa Rosa CA 95409
                                        USA

                        Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: 28/29 February (April issue), 31 August (October issue)
READING PERIOD:
during January-February and July-August only
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
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Acorn Supplements
                       "Due to substantial increases in printing costa and postal rates,
                      
efective with the Fall 2009 issue there will no longer be 
                       contributors' fees paid."





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  |
FOUNDER:
Naomi Mahala Farr
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:
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]

WEBSITE: Agnieszka's Dowry (Ag D)
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; open) |
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S: Marek Lugowski, Katrina Grace Craig (katja)
PUBLISHER:
A Small Garlic Press
COUNTRY:
USA
                  E-mail:
                  Address:
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku 

REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Pays 1 contributor's copy;
                      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

                  E-mail:
                  Address: Albatros
                                 Ion Codrescu, Editor
                                 Str. Soveje Nr 25
                                 BIV2, ScB, Ap. 31
                                 87000 Constanta
                                 Romania
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu, tanka; articles; essays 

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)
              2005: No. 1 (4) Winter/Spring/Summer Year XIII - New Series
                       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:?
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:
                      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) 
REVIEWS: 2005-6 #2/1 (5-6) - NEW HOPE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW 
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
                  E-mail:
                  Address: La Salle, Quebec
                                 Canada
PUBLISHES:
short poetry; digital poems; kinetic poetry; haiku 
REVIEWS: The Alchemist 1982: #7. Vol.2 No. 3
                
The Alchemist 1987: #11 - AbeBooks.com 
OTHER INFO:





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
                 E-mail:
                 Address:
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu
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
FOUNDER
: Frederick Ashton Raborg, Jr.
EDITOR/S:
Frederick Ashton Raborg, Jr., Eileen Raborg
PUBLISHER:
Amelia Press
COUNTRY: USA 
                  E-mail:
                  Address:
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




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]

WEBSITE: UCLA Asian American Studies Center - Amerasia Journal
YEARS:
1971 -present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
irregular
ISSUES: 1971: #1 March 

              2012: #
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
                 E-mail:
                 Address: Jackson, TN
                                USA 
PUBLISHES: haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:






 American Haiku (1963-1968)

— The first American haiku journal

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1963–1968
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY: 2 p/yr
ISSUES: 1963: Vol.1.1; 1.2
              1964: Vol.2.1; 2.2
              1965: Vol.3.1; 3.2
              1966: Vol.4.1; 4.2
              1967: Vol.5.1; 5.2
              1968: Vol.6.1; 6.2  
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
: Donald Eulert
EDITOR/S:

                
1963-1964: Clement Hoyt
                
1965-1968: James Bull, Robert Spiess
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
USA 

                 E-mail:
                 Address: Platteville, WI
                                USA
PUBLISHES: haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





American Tanka
Poetry in the Moment



— "was founded [...] as a print journal. Seventeen issues, edited by Maffei, were produced from 1996 to 2008. In 2010, Maffei revived American Tanka as an online journal that keeps the one-poem-per-page aesthetic of the original print form.The journal seeks to present the best and most well-crafted English-language tanka being written today, in a visually calm space that allows the reader’s eye to focus on the single poem and linger in the moment it evokes." [source: American Tanka Poetry in the moment]

WEBSITE:
American Tanka
YEARS: 1996-2008 - (17 Issues); 2010-present

FORMAT:
print (1996-2008)  webzine (2010-)
FREQUENCY
: 2 p/yr, annual-2004-2008, Webzine: typical frequency will be semiannual
ISSUES: 1996: #1;

              1997: #?
              1998: #?
              1999: #?
              2000: #?
              2001: #?
              2002: #?
              2003: #?
              2004: #13
              2005: #14
              2006: #15
              2007: #16
              2008: #17
              2009: NONE
              2010: #18: Dec
              2011: #19 June
              2012: #20 Jan
              2012 # 21 June
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: Back Issues
FOUNDER:
Laura Maffei
EDITOR/S: Laura Maffei

                  Tim Younce: Executive Director
PUBLISHER:
Laura Maffei
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines

                       E-mail: editorsdesk@americantanka.com
                       Address:
PO. Box 120-024

                                      Staten Island NY 10312
                                      USA
                       Online form: yes
DEADLINES:

READING PERIOD: year-round
PUBLISHES: tanka
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; non-simultaneous submission; up to 5 poems at
                 a time (no more until receiving a reply) 
SUBSCRIPTION: $20 for two issues; $28 for three issues
                           check or MO payable to: American Tanka
                           Tim Younce. 4906 W. State route 55, Troy OH 45373 
REVIEWS: #8; #11; #12 - NEW HOPE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW
OTHER INFO: 95-120 pages





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

— Since 1984 the journal with the same title is not the same, now “Amoskeag is a literary journal published by Southern New Hampshire University every spring, and features fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, photos, and artwork.” [source: Amoskeag: The Journal of Southern New Hempshire University]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1980-1983 (?)
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
2 p/yr (?)

ISSUES: 1980: #1-2
              1981: #?
              1982: #?
              1983: #?
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Roger Allard (aka R.Clarence Matsuo-Allard)
EDITOR/S:
Matsuo Allard [Millikin. University - writer profiles: MatsuoAllard]
PUBLISHER: First Haiku Press
COUNTRY:
USA 
                 E-mail:
                 Address: Manchester, NH
                                USA 
PUBLISHES: haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society
 Nichi Ei Tanka Society



—"The Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society / Nichi Ei Tanka Society has been established by Japanese and British individuals and organisations to celebrate the long-standing tradition of tanka poetry and related arts. On these pages we wish to publish tanka written or translated by Society members. We invite your submissions at any time and very much encourage you to present collections of poems as well as individual tanka. Submissions should be written in either English  or Japanese and will be peer-reviewed before appearing online. We are open to discuss presentation styles and generally aim to publish your work as either web pages or Word document/ PDF files. We look forward to building up a rich and diverse collection of tanka online. The Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society recognises tanka written in English which have 31 syllables, or 32 syllables at most. We also accept tanka written in English in a freer style, which may be shorter than 31 syllables. We are also happy to accept tanka written in Japanese." [source: Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society]

WEBSITE: Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society
YEARS:
2004-present
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY:
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: Tanka online
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S:
?
COUNTRY: UK
SUBMISSION:
                      E-mail:
info@tankasociety.com
                      Address: Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society
                                     c/o
                                     York St John University
                                     Lord  Mayor's Walk
                                     York
                                     YO31 7 EX
                                     United Kingdom
 
                       Online form: NONE 
DEADLINES: NONE
READING PERIOD:
any time
PUBLISHES:
tanka

ACCEPTS: members only, but free to join 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society Constitution







 Anonymous us (1977-1995) (?)

— It was a publication of the best available writing cone by student in grades 7 through 12 and OAC at South Cottage School, Beechgrove Children's Centre

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1977–1995 (?)
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY:1 p/yr
ISSUES: 1977:  No. 1
              1995:   No. 19 June
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
:
?
EDITOR/S:
LeRoy Gorman
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
CANADA

                  E-mail:
                  Address:
PUBLISHES: haiku; poetry
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




AntAntAntAntAnt

" has been a publisher of fine contemporary haiku since 1994. Issues 1-4 featured haiku and related short forms from a number of poets. Issues 5-8 featured 5 poets who each contributed a selection of 30 haiku. Beginning with issue 9 ant ant ant ant ant has featured 60 haiku by one individual poet. ant ant ant ant ant is a limited-edition hand-made journal with an emphasis on design that strives to present the finest in traditional and experimental haiku. Contributors have included Tom Clausen, Jon Cone, Robert Creeley, Lee Gurga, Gary Hotham, Jim Kacian, M. Kettner, Richard Kostelanetz, John Martone, Paul Miller, Scott Metz, Marlene Mountain, Hiroaki Sato, John Stevenson, and Michael Dylan Welch."[source: Editor's Note - AntAntAntAntAnt Blog]

WEBSITE: Antantantantant's Blog
YEARS: 1994-present

FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
1 p / yr (irregular)
ISSUES:
1994: #1

              1995: #?
              1996: #?
              1997: #?
              1998: #?
              1999: #?
              2000: #?
              2001: #?
              2002: #5 
              2003: #?
              2004: #?
              2005: #?
              2006: #?
              2007: #?
              2008: #?
              2009: #?
              2010: #?
              2011: #?
              2007: #?
              2008: #?
              2009: #?
              2010: #?
              2011: #?
              2012: #?
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: 
FOUNDER
:?
EDITOR/S: Chris Gordon
PUBLISHER:
Chris Gordon
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION:
                      E-mail:
mrcr3w@yahoo.com 
                      Address:
Chris Gordon, Editor
                                     P.O. Box 3158
                                     Eugene OR 97403-0158
                                     USA

                      Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: haiku
ACCEPTS: 50–100 haiku per submission with SASE; mostly previously unpublished
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS: description of The first Issue (1994) from: Division Leap
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APA-Renga (1986-1989)

— "The first magazine devoted entirely to renga in English was started by Jim Wilson of Monte Rio, California, in 1986. It was called APA-RENGA because it was a continuation of the Amateur Press Association model magazines in which all members could post whatever they wanted. This meant that the members would read the renga being offered and then could write a connecting link. Wilson tabulated these links and then all the possible links were sent back to the participants. This meant that instead of having linear links, the renga expanded outward into many versions of the same poem. When Wilson passed APA-RENGA on to Terri Lee Grell in 1989, she renamed the magazine Lynx and added short stories and other poetry and published quarterly. In 1992 Grell passed Lynx on to Jane and Werner Reichhold. They added haiku and tanka to the renga written by subscribers and carried on the project of participation renga. In 2000 Lynx went online where it remains today at AHApoetry http://www.ahapoetry.com” [source: Renga in the West in Renga - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]


WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1986-1989
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
1 p / 6 wks
ISSUES:
1986: #1 - 9

              1987: #10 - #?
              1988: #??- #??
              1989: #?? - #??
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Jim Wilson
EDITOR/S:
Jim Wilson

                   Jane Reichhold
                   1989: Terri Lee Grell (her Lynx was the renamed title for APA-Renga)
PUBLISHER:
?

COUNTRY: USA
                  E-mail:
                  Address: Gualal, CA
                                 USA 
PUBLISHES: renga 
REVIEWS: APA-Renga/Lynx - 20 YEARS OF RENGA by Jane Reichhold
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Apokalipsa Magazine (Apocalypse)


— Launched in 1993, a monthly magazine of Slovene Apokalipsa Cultural and Artistic Association "with great import for Slovene cultural space, and the development of creativity in various fields. As a publishing house we have so far published various books of filozophy, arts, poetry and prose, and of course haiku as a special genre, with both translations and original Slovene literature. We are also co-founder of the World haiku Association. Since 2002 the magazine has participated in the The Review within Review Project, supported by the Culture programme of the European Commission during 2005–2007." [source: Culture SI - Apokalipsa_Magazine and  Apokalipsa]

WEBSITE:
Apokalipsa Magazine (in Slovenian)
YEARS: 1993–present
(?)
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 1 p/mth 

ISSUES: 1994: #0
              2004: #83
              2005 -2012: # . . .??
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE (REVIJA APOKALIPSA)
FOUNDER: Apokalipsa Cultural and Artistic Association
EDITOR/S:
Primož Repar, Editor in Chief primoz.repar@guest.arnes.si
PUBLISHER:
Apokalipsa Cultural and Artistic Association
COUNTRY:
SLOVENIA
SUBMISSION:
                      E-mail:
revija@kud-apokalipsa.si
                     
Address: DRUŠTVO APOKALIPSA
                                     Ulica Lili Novy 25
                                     1000 Ljubljana
                                     Slovenija
DEADLINES: ?

READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: ?
REVIEWS: ?
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION:
OTHER INFO: About Apokalipsa Magazine (Review within Review)




Apropos (1981-1985)

”so-called “Senryû Centre” in 1981 and its small official organ “apropos” (Kultur Kurier Verlag, Lauingen, Germany) surviving in the end for about five years.” [source: Haiku Life in Germany - Historical Background and Present Situation by Klaus Dieter Wirth]
"The journal “established a section in each issue devoted to the haiku in German. Sabine Sommerkamp, editor of the section includes articles on haiku poems and events, as well as selection of work by German haiku poets.” [source: The Haiku Handbook: How to Write, Share, and Teach Haiku, William J. Higginson with Penny Harter, Kodansha International, Tokyo, New York, London, March 1992. p. 79.]
”Sabine [Sommerkamp] […] wrote her doctorate on the subject and she later headed the feature for haiku in the magazine Apropos. She became editor of a haiku column in a small journal called Apropos.” [source:
Ami Kaye interviews Jane Reichild - AH - How to haiku, Dialogue with a Poet: Jane Reichhold - ahapoetry- How to Haiku]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS:
1980-1985
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: ?
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
:
?
EDITOR/S: Sabine Sommerkamp
PUBLISHER:
?
COUNTRY: GERMANY
                  E-mail:
                  Address
PUBLISHES: haiku 
REVIEWS:
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Ardea


 ARDEA


— "takes its name from the Latin and scientific name for the heron. This multilingual short-form poetry journal bring you the work of poets writing in the modern tradition of haiku and senryu, in a wide range of languages from countries as far apart as Nepal and Hungary, Sweden and Mexico. All poems are presented in two or more languages, one of which is English. Ardea publishes also tanka, haiga, haibun and renku. Their will consider articles and reviews that deal with multilingual work in these genres." [source: Ardea]

WEBSITE:
Ardea
YEARS: 2011-present

FORMAT:
webzine
FREQUENCY
: 1 p/yr

ISSUES:  2011: #1
               2012: # 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: the first issue August 2011
FOUNDER:
?
EDITOR/S:
                
John Kinory,
                 Language editors: Noelia Corte, Giovanni Guarnieri, Susanna Hammond,
                 Marja Kivisaari, Hugh Morgan, Mukesh Lama, Andrea Nemeth-Newhauser,
                 Origa, Maja Petrovska, Rodica Popescu, Mary Swanson, Florence Vilén,
                 Adriana Walter
COUNTRY: UK 

SUBMISSION: Submissions are welcome in any language, together with a translation
                       into or from English.
                       guidelines
                       E-mail: kinory@appleinter.net

                       Address:
                       Online form: NONE 
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu; tanka; haibun; renku; articles; reviews
ACCEPTS: ? 
REVIEWS:
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Asahi Shimbun Haikuist Network


— "a column appearing on Fridays of each month in the English Edition Asahi Haikuist Network, International Division, Asahi Shimbun and English Web Edition. "Haiku written in English with terms that can be understood around the world, and also translations of haiku written in Japanese and other languages are very welcome. Most of the haiku submitted are written on three short lines, and some of them have a 5-7-5 syllable structure, but a few are composed on one or two lines in less than 17 syllables. Currently the majority of haiku selected for the column are presented in 11 short syllables in a 3-5-3 format, but this may change as our networked haikuists explore new avenues together."[source: asahi.com]

WEBSITE:
Asahi Shimbun Haikuist Network
YEARS: 2003–present

FORMAT:
print and webzine
FREQUENCY
: 2 or 3 p/ mth
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: BACK NUMBERS
                                             
(from
Sep 29,2003 up to the presence)
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S:
David McMurray - Webmaster, editor
PUBLISHER:
The Asahi Shimbun Company

COUNTRY:
JAPAN
SUBMISSION:

                      E-mail: mcmurray@fka.att.ne.jp

                      Address: University of Kagoshima
                                     Attn: David McMuray
                                    
Sakanoue 8-34-1,m Kagoshima 891-0197
                                     JAPAN

                      Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD: the time between the consecutive issues 

PUBLISHES: haiku 
ACCEPTS: all forms of short poems 
REVIEWS:
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Atlas Poetica Tanka

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 (2010 -continuing)



— "When MET Press of Baltimore, Maryland, published Landfall : Poetry of Place in Modern English Tanka, it received a landslide of submissions. Thousands of poems were submitted, making it the most sought after tanka venue in the English language. It was only logical to create a journal to provide an ongoing forum for the publication, appreciation, and advancement of tanka poetry of place. Atlas Poetica was born. It is a print journal with a full color cover, and also a PDF ebook and an online journal beginning with issue 3. Atlas Poetica features approximately 500 poems per issue, along with announcements, resources, articles, and other materials. It is dedicated to publishing and promoting fine tanka poetry of place (including waka, kyoka, gogyohka, and tanka written in variant forms). Modern English Tanka Press stopped publishing Atlas Poetica at the end of 2009. In 2010 ATPO transferred to Keibooks, the small press owned and operated by M. Kei, the journal’s founder and editor. At this time it changed its tagline and became Atlas Poetica : A Journal of Poetry of Place in Contemporary Tanka, reflecting that it publishes not just English-language tanka, but tanka from around the world. ATPO is a true ‘poetic atlas’ of the tanka world." [source: Atlas Poetica ]

WEBSITE: Atlas Poetica
                 Atlas Poetica: A Journal of Poetry of Place in Modern English Tanka
YEARS:
2008-present

FORMAT:
print, e-book, online
FREQUENCY:
3 p / yr (Spring, Summer, and Autumn)
ISSUES: 
2008:
#1; #2
               2009: #3; #4
               2010: #5; #6; #7
               2011: #8; #9; #10
               2012: # 11; #12 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:  | #1 Spring 2008 |
                                               | #2 Autumn 2008 |
                                              
| #3 Spring 2009 |
                                               | #4 Autumn 2009 |
                                               | #5 Spring 2010 |
                                               | #6 Summer 2010 |
                                               | #7 Autumn 2010 |
                                               | #8 Spring 2011 |
FOUNDER:
M.Kei (USA)
EDITOR/S:
M.Kei (USA) 
                   Alex von Vaupel: technical director 
PUBLISHER: Modern English Tanka Press (#1 - #4); Kelbooks, Perryville, Maryland, USA
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                       E-mail: Submissions@AtlasPoetica.org

                                   Editor@AtlasPoetica.org. (questions to editor)
                       Address: Keibooks
                                      Perryville, MD
                                      USA
                       Online form: NONE

DEADLINES:
READING PERIODS: March 15-April 30 for July Issue
                                July 15-August 31 for November Issue
                                November 15-December 30 for March Issue
 
PUBLISHES: tanka; waka; kyoka; gogyosHI; tanka prose; articles, essays 
ACCEPTS: previously unpublisheD; multi-authors work 
SUBSCRIPTION: buy AP
REVIEWS:
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The Aurorean
 
“is a biannual poetry journal appearing in April and October each year. From 1995-2005, the journal was published quarterly and from Southeastern Massachusetts. We officially moved to Central Maine in 2005 and the expanded biannual format began in 2006. The Aurorean has been featured in Poet’s Market and several-times recommended as a “Pick” by the prestigious Small Press Review, most recently for its 10th Anniversary Issue (Fall/Winter 2010–2011). SPR has said of the Aurorean: “a journal that has both high production values and quality poetry ... perfect to elevate you from the dark night of the soul.” In January of 2011, NewPages reviewer Sima Rabinowitz said of our 15th Anniversary Issue: "This little journal will fill you up."
Our focus is always poetry of New England, and poetry of the seasons (including haiku) although we are open to other subjects as well. In a world full of angst, we publish poetry that uplifts, inspires, and is meditational, but is not religious or denominational, as we are ever mindful of diversity.” [source: The Aurorean - About Us ]

WEBSITE:
The Aurorean
YEARS:
1995-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 4 p/yr (1995-2005); 2 p/yr (Arl & Oct - since 2006)
ISSUES: 1995: #1

              2012: #  . . .
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Cynthia Brackett-Vincent
EDITOR/S: Cynthia Brackett-Vincent - Editor, Devin McGuire - Assistant Editor
PUBLISHER: Cynthia Brackett-Vincent
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION:
guidelines
                       E-mail:
                       Address: The Aurorean
                                      P. O. Box 187, Farmington

                                      ME 04938
                                      207-778-0467
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
Spring/Summer Issue by February 15th;
                     Fall/Winter Issue by August 15th

READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; non-simultaneous submission; up to 5 poems) 
SUBSCRIPTION: subscription
REVIEWS:
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Ayush

The literary journal of the International Haiku Association of India. (I.H.A.I. 2008)
founded by Arbind Kumar Choudhary founding father of I.H.A.I  and International Association of poets, Essayists & Novelists, (IAPEN 2006), and editor of
Kohinoor Literary Journal. [source:Kohinoor Literary Journal]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: ?
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
2 p/yr
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Arbind Kumar Choudhary
EDITOR/S:
Arbind Kumar Choudhary
PUBLISHER:
International Haiku Association of India
COUNTRY:
INDIA
 
SUBMISSION:
                      
E-mail:
                       Address:
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku 
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS:
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Azami (1992-2002)(?)
(Thistle)


In Japanese, the name Azami means- thistle flower. The name Azami is most often used as a girl name or female name. “There are two Azami magazines. One is in Japanese, and the other in English, and they are two distinct entities. Ikkoku Santo, who belongs to the Azami group publishes the English version. He usually devotes one of its pages to his translation of haiku from his monthly Azami kukai, and the rest is filled with haiku from all over the world. Its format is dojin-shi style (self-editing), much like that of Mirrors (discontinued) , but on a smaller scale.” (Keiko Imaoka, source : shiki.archive,1995) [ Picture source: http://www.gustavangulick.]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1992-2002 (?)
FORMAT:
print 

FREQUENCY: irregullar (mostly 9 issues per year)
ISSUES:
(Special Sring-Summer Edition every year)
              1992: #1
              1999: #57
              2002: # ?? 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
?
EDITOR/S: Ikkoku Santo (1913-2002)
PUBLISHER: Azami
COUNTRY:
JAPAN

                  E-mail:
                  Address: Azami
                                 c/o. Santcel
                                 C.P.O. Box 361
                                 Osaka 530-91
                                 Japan 
PUBLISHES: haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:







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Bare Bones
a quarterly magazine devoted to haiku and other forms of poetry in minature
(1992-1996)

— “Brian Tasker has been writing the Japanese poetic forms of haiku, senryu and tanka in English since the late 1980s and founded and edited the poetry journal Bare Bones which ran for eight issues between 1992 and 1995.” [source: Tasker, Brian - Makeshift Theatre - Creating a Theatre of Neighbours]
A different kind of magazine under the same title– Bare Bones: Quarterly ezine ( in print, too) – was launched by Harry Malt in 2009, also in England. [Bare Bones - Quarterly ezine.]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1992-1996
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
4 p / yr
ISSUES:
1992: #1-4

              1993: #5-8
              1994: #9-12
              1995: #13-16
              1996: #17-20 (?)
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER: Brian Tasker
EDITOR/S:
Brian Tasker
PUBLISHER:
Bare Bones Press
COUNTRY:  
England

                  E-mail:
                  Address: Somerset
                                 England
PUBLISHES:
haiku; senryu; tanka 

REVIEWS;
OTHER INFO:





Bear Creek Haiku



“It's a small magazine (which is fitting since it mostly publishes haiku), but it contains some very strong poems. Some well-known contributors include Alan Catlin, Peggy Dugan French, and Dorothy McLaughlin.” (source: Haiku & Horror - Greg Schwartz) Receives about 6,000 poems/year, accepts about 5%. Press run is about 200/issue.

WEBSITE:
NONE [Colorado Poets Center]
YEARS: 1991-20??
FORMAT: print
FREQUENCY:
irregular: 6-7 p/yr
ISSUES: 1991: #1-4
              1992-1993: #5-15:
              2007: #76-77
              2008-2010: #78-96
              2011: #??
              2012: #??
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Ayaz Daryl Nielsen
EDITOR/S:
Ayaz Daryl Nielsen
PUBLISHER: Ayaz Daryl Nielsen
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION: include SASE with all submissions
                      E-mail: darylayaz@hotmail.com
                      Address: PO Box 3787
                                     Boulder CO 80307
                                     USA
                      Online form: NONE

DEADLINES:
READING PERIODS: any time
PUBLISHES: haiku, short poems 
ACCEPTS: haiku and poetry of 11 lines or less
SUBSCRIPTION: 5$ for one year 
REVIEWS: weekly alibi by Kane S. Latranaz
OTHER INFO: Published poet receives two copies if a 24-page issue, one copy if a
                      36-page issue (size affects postage rate)."
                      [source: Colorado Poets Center]





Berry Blue Haiku magazine
(2010-2011)


" began as a quarterly digital magazine focusing on haiku for young readers up to age 13. It had published poems, haiga, articles, puzzles, etc. I have decided to keep Berry Blue Haiku alive in the form of a simple online journal. While the Berry Blue Haiku magazine was aimed at teachers and students of all ages, the journal will instead be targeted at a more general audience. We decided to stop publishing Berry Blue Haiku in magazine format to help alleviate costs and the accompanying workload, and we will be publishing Berry Blue Haiku as an annual anthology. This anthology—which will also be available in print—will strictly feature haiku and haiga for children." [source: Ccobalt Crow Productions]
 

WEBSITE: Berry Blue Haiku
YEARS: 2010-2011
FORMAT:
print, online
FREQUENCY
:
4 p/ yr 

ISSUES: 2010: #1; 2; 3
              2011: #4
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: #2 September 2010
                                              #3 December 2010
                                              #4 March 2011
FOUNDER: Gisele LeBlanc
EDITOR/S:
Gisele LeBlanc - Executive Editor
                   Michele Pizarro Harman - Senior Editor
                   Laura
Wynkoop - Editorial Assistant & Copy Editor
PUBLISHER:
Cobalt Crow Productions 
COUNTRY: USA 
                 E-mail:
                 Address:
PUBLISHES: haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: annual anthology





Berry Blue Haiku Journal
 Celebrating one-breath poetry...
(2011-2012)

“Although the business entity that is Cobalt Crow Productions is ending, the essence that has been Berry Blue Haiku will live on. I will be launching a personal blog which will keep the name Berry Blue Haiku, and there I still intend to feature haiku, run interviews, contests, articles, etc., but in a much simpler format.” [source: Gisele LeBlanc  Ccobalt Crow Productions]

[...] I've decide to close down the Berry Blue Haiku blog. [...] Thank you to everyone who followed my short ramblings--I apreaciate it beyond words and I wishyou all the best of luckin your future creative endeayours,"
Saying Goodbye by Gisele LeBlanc - July 16 2012 ] 

WEBSITE: Berry Blue Haiku Journal
YEARS: 2011-2012

FORMAT:
blogzine
FREQUENCY
:
irregular
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
FOUNDER:
Gisele LeBlanc
EDITOR/S:
Gisele LeBlanc, Assistant Editor:
Robyn Hood Black
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: closed
                      Email: guidelines
                      Address: 
                      Online form: NONE
PUBLISHES: haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:
 



Bits (1975-1980)

"Robert Wallace, a poet, started the press in 1974 in Cleveland, Ohio, and launched the poetry magazine bits
,  [which] featured poems of 12 lines or less by poets such as Pulitzer and National Book Award winner Howard Nemerov. [source: SpecialCollection at the University of Maryland - Bits Press.]
[It was a 6 3/8-inch-tall by 4 5/8-inch-wide magazine. Demandingly edited (and hand-set and printed, its spine hand-stitched) by Wallace and a few friend.] 

Wallace's career as a publisher began in 1974 when he bought a tabletop letterpress. He decided to publish an anthology of poems from Cleveland area, and began a search for good short poems. The response was so enthusiastic that he [...] widened the search to include all of America and the magazine Bits was born. Bits was published semiannually from January of 1975 until January of 1980 [Missouri State University Libraries - Robert Wallace colection]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS:
1975-1980
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 2 p/yr
ISSUES:
1975: No. 1-2
              1976: No. 3-4
              1977: No. 5-6
              1978: No. 7-8
              1979: No. 8-10
              1980: No.11
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
:
Robert Wallace 
EDITOR/S: Robert Wallace
PUBLISHER:
Bits Press Cleveland, Ohio 
COUNTRY: USA
                 E-mail:
                 Address:Cleveland, OH
                               USA
PUBLISHES: short poems up to 12 lines, haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Black Bough (1992-2000)

— 
WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS:
1992-2000
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 2 irregular
ISSUES:
1992: No. 1
              1993: No. 2; No. 3
              1994: No.4; No. 5
              1995: No. 6 (no date); No. 7
              1996: No. ?
              1997: No. ?
              1998: No. ?
              1999: No. ?
              2000: No. 15
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
: ?
EDITOR/S: Charles Easter 
                   Kevin Walker
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY: USA
                  E-mail:
                  Address: 7 Park Avenue
                                 Flemington. NJ 08822
                                 USA
PUBLISHES: haiku; tanka
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Blatter fur lyrik und kurzprosa
 Sheets for poetry and short prose (1971-1981)



— magazine was typewritten

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1971-1981 / Issues: 1-48
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
4 p / yr
ISSUES:
1971: #1-2 (special issue: 4)

              1972: #1-4 (#5-8)
              1973: #9-13 (#10: Special Issue)
              1974: #14-17 (#19 1974 or 1975)
              1975: #19-25
              1976: #26-29
              1977: #30-33
              1978: #34-37
              1979: #39-41
              1980: #42-45
              1981: #46-48
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Emmerich Lang
EDITOR/S:
Emmerich Lang, Augustin G. Gutmann
PUBLISHER:
Emmerich Lang 

COUNTRY: AUSTRIA
                 E-mail:
                 Address:
PUBLISHES: haiku; tanka 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Blaetter fuer Lyrik und Kurzprosa. - Österreichische National Bibliothek




Blithe Spirit 
Journal of the British Haiku Society


— "Our journal is called Blithe Spirit, a name suggested by our first President, James Kirkup, as a tribute to the great British haiku scholar, R H Blyth, to imply the spirit in which we hope to go about our art"[...]. Cover dates are March, June, September and December, to some extent reflecting the season just ended, i.e. the March issue contains a section of winter haiku, etc. Each quarterly issue is normally of 64 pages and contains original poems, a diversity of statements about the writing and appreciation of haiku and related forms, book reviews, letters to the editor, and announcements of the winners of major awards, including the Museum of Haiku Literature Award (£50) for the haiku voted best in the previous issue. Our editorial policy is to encourage new writing, value a diversity of approaches to haiku, and promote excellence. Members enjoy no automatic right to publication, however. Blithe Spirit is principally a membership magazine, but non-members may be invited to contribute as featured writers. " [source: British Haiku Society | Journal ]

WEBSITE: Blithe Spirit
YEARS:
1991-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
4 p/yr
ISSUES:
1991: Vol.1 No 1-4

              2012: Vol. 22 No. ?? 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
                                             Vol 11 No 1 March 2001 |
                                            
Vol 11 No 2 June 2001 |
                                            
Vol 11 No 3 September 2001 |
                                            
Vol 11 No 4 December 2001 |
                                            
Vol 12 No 1.March 2002 |
                                            
Vol 12 No 2 June 2002 |
                                            
Vol 12 No 3 September 2002 |
                                            
Vol 12 No 4 December 2002 |
                                            
Vol 15 No 3 September 2005 |
                                            
Vol 16 No 1 March 2006|
                                             Vol 16 No 2 June 2006 |
                                            
Vol.18 No. 3 IX 2008 |
FOUNDER: David Cobb
EDITOR/S: 1992-1997: Jackie Hardy
                   1998-2000: Caroline Gourlay
                   2001-2004: Colin Blundell
                   2005-2008: Graham High
                   2009           Mark Rutter
                   2010-present: Colin Blundell
PUBLISHER: The British Haiku Society
COUNTRY:
UK 
SUBMISSION: only members of the British Haiku Society
                       E-mail: journal@britishhaikusociety.org.uk.
                       Address:  Hill House Farm
                                       Knighton Powys LD7 1NA
                                       England 
                                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: haiku; haibun; renga; article 
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; non-simultaneous submission; up to 10 poems
                together with other items such as articles, haibun, or renga; articles and
                book reviews are considered from members and nonmembers alike if they
                are considered to be of interest to the Society. 
SUBSCRIPTION: membership/subscripion #12.50 or US$29.00 
REVIEWS: Vol.15 #.4; 16 #3; 16 #4; Vol.17 #1 - New Hope Int.
OTHER INFO: It includes sections for 5–7–5 haiku and for the season just ending
                      in the month of publication."





Blue Ridge Haiku Journal

WEBSITE:
NONE
YEARS:
19?? - 200?
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: ?
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
: ?
EDITOR/S: Kinuko Jambor,
Richard Jambor
PUBLISHER: Blue Ridge Haiku International Club

COUNTRY:
USA 
SUBMISSION:
                      
E-mail: kinuko@roava.net
                       Address: Blue Ridge Haiku International Club
                                      3543 Winding Way Road
                                      Roanoke, VA 24015
                                      USA
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku; articles; essays
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




Bogg
A Journal of Contemporary Writing
Bogg is a journal of contemporary writing. In 1975 the magazine, still published in England, added an American supplement edited by John Elsberg. In 1980 Bogg moved to the United States, and Elsberg became the publisher and editor.
Its goal is to combine memorable and innovative American work with a healthy leavening of writing from England and the Commonwealth. It contains poetry (to include prose poems, experimental/visual poems, and haiku and tanka), very short fiction, occasional interviews, reviews, and line art. It is published in America and distributed in the U.S., England, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.” [source: Bogg- by Delaware Poetry Review]
“It publishes a wide range of poetry, including prose poetry and concrete works, and features a haiku and tanka section. Editors in the UK, Canada, and Australia/New Zealand help give the journal an international flavor. The editor writes, “We’re very actively seeking haiku. My preference is the 12± syllable ‘modern’ form and for haiku that don’t simply imitate the Japanese but reflect English usage and Western place/cultural/social references. We look for work rooted in the haiku tradition, its immediacy of images, but the more innovative the better!”[source: A Guide to Haiku Publication, 2008, HSA]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS:
1968-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 2 p/ yr (
irregular)
ISSUES:
?
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
:
George Cairncross
EDITOR/S:
John Elsberg
PUBLISHER:
John Elsberg
COUNTRY: ENGLAND, USA
SUBMISSION:
                      
E-mail: boggmag@aol.com.(no electronic submissions)
                       Address: Bogg
                                      422 N Cleveland St 
                                      Arlington VA 22201
                                      USA
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: 
READING PERIOD: year-round
PUBLISHES: concrete poetry; haiku; tanka
ACCEPTS: non-simultaneous submission; up to 12 haiku or six regular poems
SUBSCRIPTION: $15,oo for three issues 
REVIEWS: Bogg- by Delaware Poetry Review
                 Bogg: A Journal of ...by Bonnie G. Roberts
                 ##73/74 [dble-iss] - NEW HOPE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW
OTHER INFO: "Payment is 2 copies; contributors also get a 40% discount
                       on additional copies.”





Bolt of Silk

— “This blogzine has been around for over two years and has developed a bit of a reputation for delivering great poems… but it’s not like some other “established” publications. On Bolts of Silk you’ll find seriously established poets sharing the spotlight with relative unknowns – you’ll also find, if your poetry appears there, that you have some seriously discerning readers! “(Claire Askew) Bolts of Silk features poetry from across the world, poetry that has something to say and says it beautifully.” (Juliet Wilson)

WEBSITE:
Bolts of silk
YEARS:
2006-present
FORMAT:
blogzine
FREQUENCY
:
usually two or three poems p/week
ISSUES: 

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
FOUNDER
: ?
EDITOR/S:
Juliet Wilson
COUNTRY:
UK
 
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                      
E-mail: Juliet.M.Wilson@gmail.com
                       Address:
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku 
ACCEPTS: 3 up to 6 poems of up to 40 lines 
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




Bonsai: A Quarterly of Haiku (1976-1977)
—“ Prescott is the new home of Bonsai: A Quarterly of Haiku. In a recent article by Professor Felix Stefanile of Purdue University, Bonsai was on his list of “twenty best little magazines being published.” Last week, Writer’s Yearbook has called Bonsai “one of the year’s outstanding poetry markets.” The Prescott Courier - Sep.7, 1977 - Magazine published locally

WEBSITE:
NONE,
YEARS: 1976-1977
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
4 p / yr
ISSUES:
1976: Vol.1.1-1.4
              1977: Vol.2.1-2.4
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
?
EDITOR/S: Jan and Mary Strief 
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY: USA
                 E-mail:
                 Address: Phoenix, AZ
                                USA
PUBLISHES:
haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review
— "Borderlands Texas Poetry Review is a literary journal based in Austin, Texas that publishes poetry along with photographes, reviews and essays. Our four-color cover features the work of area artist. The journal's mission is to publish work of merit that shows an awereness of connection -- historical, social, political and spiritual. [ Borderlands.org]
 

WEBSITE: Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review
YEARS:
1992-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
3 p/yr
ISSUES:
 previous issues
               1992: #1
               2012: #37 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: sample poetry #13 Fall/Winter 1999
                                               sample poetry #14 Spring/Summer 2000
                                               sample poetry #15 Fall/Winter 2000 
                                               sample poetry #16. Spring/Summer 2001
                                               sample poetry #17 Fall/Winter 2001
                                               sample poetry #18 Spring/Summer 2002
                                               Number 23 Fall/Winter 2004 (PDF)
FOUNDER:
City of Austin Cultural Funding Program
                 Texas Commision on the Arts | other founders
                 National Endowment for the Arts
EDITOR/S: Director: Ramona Cearley
                  Editor: Judy Jensen
                  Web site Menager: Graham Stewart
                  Interim Mail Manager: Dorothy Barnett
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                       E-mail: borderlandspoetry@hotmail.com
                       Address:
Borderlands Texas Poetry Reviews
                                      Attn: Editors
                                      PO Box 33096
                                      Austin, TX 78764
                       Online form:
NONE, no electronic submission
DEADLINES: June 15 for Fall/Winter isssue
                     December 15 for Spring/Summer issue 
READING PERIODS: year round
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku; photographs;reviews; essays
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; non-simultaneous submission, unsolicited; up to 5
SUBSCRIPTION: Order form
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Payment is one copy; Web Audio Project


 


Boston Haiku Society News


— BHS's members receive "our newsletter, which includes selected haiku from the previous meeting in addition to uniqye artwork and special announcements". [source: BHS] 

WEBSITE: NONE, INFO: Boston Haiku Society
YEARS: 1987-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 12 p/ yr
ISSUES:
1987: ?
               2012 ?
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
: Raffael de Gruttola
EDITOR/S:
Raffael de Gruttola
PUBLISHER: The Boston Haiku Society
COUNTRY: USA
SUBMISSION:
received by BHS' members
                       E-mail:
                       Address:
Boston, MA
                                      USA
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ? 
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: haiku; announcements 
ACCEPTS: haiku from previous meeting 
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: As the membership organ of the BHS, the Newsletter publishes
                       the work of members and, at times by invitation, guest poets.”  
                       [source: A Guide to Haiku Publication, 2008, HSA]





Boston Literary Magazine


— “Boston Literary Magazine is dedicated to helping writers get published. We don't accept every submission we receive, but we offer feedback and encouragement, and you are always welcome to re-submit material after you've refined it.” [source: Boston Literary Magazine - About Us]

WEBSITE: Boston Literary Magazine
YEARS:
2006-present
FORMAT:
online, print
FREQUENCY:
4 p / yr
ISSUES:
2006: Summer

              2012: Summer 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: archives
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S:
Editor-in-Chief: Robin Stratton

                   Managing Editor: Lucy Spinetti
                   Creator of the Dribble: Richard N. Hill
                   Contributing Editor: Barbara Meikle,
PUBLISHER: Big Table Publishing
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines

                       E-mail: BostonLiterary@aol.com
                       Address:
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIODS: any time
PUBLISHES: short fiction;; poetry; haiku 
ACCEPTS: 3 submissions at a time; simultaneous submission;
                 previously unpublished (except own website or blog)
SUBSCRIPTION: purchase
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Bottle RocketsA Collection of Short Verses


a bi-annual U.S. literary magazine publishing haiku, senryu and similar poetry: tanka, renga, renku, and other short or collaborative poems.
”bottle rockets seeks: haiku, senryu, very short haiku-like poems, tanka, and haibun. On rare occasions, very short (less than one page) single author haiku or tanka sequences will be considered. bottle rockets no longer considers for publication: renku, rengay or any other linked forms.
The staff of bottle rockets leans very much away from the outdated grammar school model of 5-7-5 haiku model. Therefore, please do not send any 5-7-5 "haiku." bottle rockets does not review unsolicited chapbook manuscripts.” [source: Bottle Rockets Press - publisher of haiku, senryu and small poems]

WEBSITE:
Bottle Rockets
YEARS:
1999-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 2 p/yr (Feb & Aug)
ISSUES:
1999-2010: Vol.1. No.1 (Issue #1 Aug, 1999) - Vol.12, No.1 (issue #23 Aug 2010)
              2011: Vol.12, No.2 (issue #24); Vol.13, No.1 (issue #25)
              2012: Vol.13, No.2 (issue #26); Vol.14, No.1 (issue#27)
              2013: Vol 14, No.2 (issues #28) [open for subbmision)
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: Highlights from various past issues of bottle rockets
                                               The purpose of this page is specifically intended to
                                               offer a person new to bottle rockets a collection of
                                               verse various examples of the type of haiku, senryu,
                                               and tanka the editors lean towards accepting.
FOUNDER: Stanford M. Forrester
EDITOR/S:
Stanford M. Forrester
PUBLISHER:
Bottle Rockets Press
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines

                       E-mail: bottlerockets_99@yahoo.com
(for poets outside USA only)
                       Address: Stanford M. Forrester, editor
                                      PO. Box 189
                                      Windsor CT 06095
                                      USA
                       Online form: NONE

DEADLINES: No submission deadline. If we accept something and an issue is full it will
                     be placed in a fiture issue. 
READING PERIODS:
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu; very short haiku-like poems; tanka; haibun 
ACCEPTS: from 5 to 10 haiku, senryu or related poems; previously unpublished;
                 non-simultaneous submission
SUBSCRIPTION: how to subscribe
REVIEWS: Vol.6 #1 - NEW HOPE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW
OTHER INFO:





Bravado


"New Zealandian magazine for haiku, haibun and tanka.
Bravado is a bold, intelligent, contemporary literary arts magazine from the Bay of Plenty and
acts as a showcase for the wealth of writing talent that exists in the Bay and beyond. The editors would also like to remind potential contributors that they are open to submissions of haikai – Japanese forms of poetry – and black and white artwork or good quality photographs for internal pages.
Bravado runs also a poetry competition annually." [source: Kristen Cliff - Swimming in Lines of Haiku]
"Bravado has also revamped their website so there's now more information about the magazine online. [source:  Harvey Molloy's Notebook - Bravado 8]

WEBSITE: Bravado (link's defunct)
YEARS:
1993-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
:
2 p / yr
ISSUES:
1993: #1

              2012: #? 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Jenny Argante, Sue Emms

EDITORS/S:
Jeanny Argente - co-ordinating editor
                     Tim Upperton - Poetry
                     Christine Cloughley - Prose
                     Sue Emms - fiction
                     Owen Bullock - haiku
                     Barbara Strang (Bravado 19)
PUBLISHER: The Bravado Editorial Collective
COUNTRY:
NEW ZEALAND
SUBMISSION:
accepted
only from citizens of New Zealand and Australia
                       E-mail:
nfo.bravado@xtra.co.nz
                       Address: Bravado
                                      PO Box 13 533 
                                      Central Tauranga 3141
                                      New Zealand
                       Online form: NONE 
DEADLINES: 
READING PERIOD:
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku
ACCEPTS: ?

SUBSCRIPTION: 2 issues $17.50 (overseas US$15; UKŁ10) 
REVIEWS: #1; #3 - NEW HOPE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW
                  Bravado 8 - by Harvey Molloy 
                  Bravado 18 - bravado now with haikai pages by Kristen Cliff
                  Speech to Zonta - by Jenny Argente 
OTHER INFO: Bravado in the Bay. Plenty to be proud about
                      Bravado literary magazine - Sue Emms website
                      6th Bravado International Poetry Competition 
 



Brussels Sprout (1988-1995)
an international tiny (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") journal of haiku and art.  [source: Jane Reichhold - Those Women Writing Haiku (Chapter three Haiku Magazines in USA]
 
WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1980-1995
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
1980-1986 - irregular; 1987-1995: 4 p / yr
ISSUES:
1980-1987: Vol.I:1 - Vol. IV:1-4
              1988: Vol. V:1-4
              1989: Vol. VI:1-4
              1990: Vol. VII:1-4
              1991: Vol VIII:1-4
              1992: Vol, IX:1-4
              1993: Vol. X:1-4
              1994: Vol. XI:1-4
              1995: Vol. XII:1-4 (?) 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Alexis Kaye Rotella (Kinoko)
EDITOR/S:
Alexis Rotella 1980-1987
                   Francine Porad 1988-1995
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
USA
                  E-mail:
                  Address: Mercel Island
                                 WA
                                 USA
PUBLISHES:
haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:






C (10)


Canadian Zen Haiku canadien


an international quarterly of haiku in any language(s) from around the world. Canadian Zen Haiku canadien Photos Plus, one of Yahoo’s largest haiku and Japanese poetry related groups, international & multi-lingual in scope. “[source: Canadian Zen Haiku canadien -on The Phoenix Rising from the Ashes] 
"The Digest features a small samples of some 20 haiku from around 100 published in our print quarterly Canadian Zen Haiku canadian, 38 per issue. Since its inspection, first as a quarterly e-zine (vols. 1-3, 2003-2005); & thena s a quarterly in print since 2006. The first online digest of print CZH canadian: Vol. 9 no. 1 winter 2011." [ source: CZH Digest Accueil Sommaire ] 

WEBSITE: Canadian Zen Haiku canadien | Yahoo group (Founded: Sep 29, 2001)
YEARS: 2003-present
FORMAT: e-zine, print (since 2006)
FREQUENCY: 4 p / yr
ISSUES:
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: | Vol.2 no. 2, Spring 2004 | 
                                              | Vol.2 no. 4, Autumn 2004 |
                                              | Vol.9 No. 1 fuyu winter hiver 2011 | 
FOUNDER:
?
EDITOR/S:
Editor-in-chief - Richard Janke Vallance
                  Sondra Ball
                  Shigeki Matsumura
                  Moderators - Robin Ouzman Hislop, Sandy Vrooman
PUBLISHER: Describe Adonis Press Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
COUNTRY:
CANADA
SUBMISSION: from members
                       E-mail: vallance22@gmail.com
                       Address:
                       Online form:
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: haiku; photographe revelant to haiku; haibun; tanka; Oriental poetry
ACCEPTS:
SUBSCRIPTION: how to do it
REVIEWS: Cobwebs and memories by Lanie Shanzyra Rebancos
                       E-zine article by Lanie Shanzyra Rebancos
OTHER INFO: CZH is moderated. One of our moderators must approve your
                      application for your membership to become active.





Caqui
The Journal of Haiku in Brazil
(Persimmon)


- The Persimmon is the first website dedicated exclusively to the Portuguesse-language haiku, fouded in 1996. "Caqui [ka'kI] is the Portuguesse spelling for kaki, the Japanese persimmon, a delicate and delicious fruit, perfectly acclimatized in Brazil, in spite of the deep envitomental differences between the two countries.
Like kaki, haiku (whose Portuguese spelling, for historiccal reasons, is haicai [haI'kaI] ) was brought to Brazil once upon a time, and since then has been growing in popularity. Today, so many poets write haiku in Portuguese, in order to testimony the perfect aclimitization of that Japanese small poetic form to Brazil.
Unfortunately, the CAQUI pages are not translated to any language other than Portuguese. If you are interested in reaceving information about the haiku in Brazil, please feel free to write us either in English, Spanish, Japanese or even Portyguese. We will be glad to hear your questions and thoughts." [source: Caqui - About us ]

WEBSITE: Caqai
YEARS:
1996-present 
FORMAT: online
FREQUENCY:

ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
FOUNDER:
?
EDITOR/S:
?
PUBLISHER:
?
COUNTRY:
BRASIL
SUBMISSION:
                       E-mail: kakinet@kakinet.com
                       Address:
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: ?
ACCEPTS: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: in Portugese only




Chaba
An Electronic Haiku Journal
 
— "chaba is an electronic haiku journal focusing on modern haiku and senryu including essays on style and technique" (site index).
”The Web site Chaba under Webmaster John Hudak featured a few quality haiku in a fresh, attractive format.” [source: Modern Haiku - American HaikuMovement.  Part 2: American Haiku, The Internet and World Haiku].
“John Hudak wrote 15 years ago:  “hello folks! the electronic haiku journal chaba at:
http://pobox.com/~chaba [this link to Chaba Haiku Journal is defunct] has been updated, and indexed. you will find various haiku by modern haiku poets, as well as a new addition of Jack Kerouac's haiku. best future, john” [source:shiki.archive - chaba haiku journal updated]

WEBSITE:
chaba & chaba haiku journal
YEARS: 1996-2005 (?)
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY:
unknown
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: chaba - haiku of 7 poets / chaba haiku journal (only 3 haiku)
FOUNDER:
John Hudak
EDITOR/S:
John Hudak
COUNTRY:
USA
                 E-mail:
                 Address:
PUBLISHES:
haiku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Chrysanthemum
Internationales internet-Magazine für moderne Versformen in der Tradition japanisher Kurzlyrik

international internet magazine for moderne verse form in the tradition of Japanese short poetry


appears “ twice a year, and will showcase previously unpublished Haiku/Senryû, Tanka, Haibun, Essays and Interviews in German and English. Chrysanthemum welcomes work based both on traditional values as well as modern, innovative contributions in form and content, although there will be a special focus on innovative work of quality. Chrysanthemum hopes to achieve a connection between the heritage of the genre and the development and adaption in countries outside Japan..” [source: Chrysanthemum - about chrysanthemum] 

WEBSITE: Chrysanthemum 
YEARS: 2007-present
FORMAT: webzine
FREQUENCY: 2 p/yr (April & October)
ISSUES:
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: | Chrysanthemum 1 |
                                              | Chrysanthemum 3 | 
                                              | Chrysanthemum 4 |
                                              | Chrysanthemum 5 | 
                                              | Chrysanthemum 6 | 
                                              | Chrysanthemum 7 |
                                              | Chrysanthemum 8 | 
                                              | Chrysanthemum 9 |
FOUNDER: Dietmar Tauchne
EDITOR/S: Managing Editor:Beate Conrad
                   Webmaster: Dietmar Tauchner
                   Gerd Börner
                   Klaus-Dieter Wirth
                   Editors Emeritus:   Gabi Greve
                                               Kilmeny Niland
                                               Udo Wenzel
PUBLISHER:

COUNTRY:
AUSTRIA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                       E-mail: chrysanthemum@gmx.at (Beate Conrad
                       Address:
                       Online form:
DEADLINES: 28/29 February / Spring Issue
                     31 August         / Fall Issue 
READING PERIODS: 
PUBLISHES: haiku; senryu; tanka (up to 5); haiga (1); haibun (1)
                    collaboration poetry occasionally 
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; not under consideration elsewhere 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




Cicada
A magazine of Haiku Poetry (1977–1981)
There was “ the existence of at least two other journals with this name: the very highly regarded Canadian journal edited by Eric Amann until 1987, and New Cicada, a journal published in Japan.” [source: Haiku Publication Survey by Charles Trumbull]
”Early in 1977 the first issue appeared of Cicada, a new Canadian haiku magazine edited and published by Eric Amann. With triple emphasis — traditional Japanese heritage, the middle ground of haiku in the here and now, and far-out exploration and experimentation — the excellently produced Cicada sparked a resurgence of Canadian activity. The final issue appeared in 1981, but the periodical was reborn in Japan: New Cicada made its debut in 1984, edited and published by Tadao Okazaki and with Amann and Lilli Tanzer as consulting editors. […] Cicada was the first journal to explore the important relationship between haiku and Zen.” [source: The American Haiku Movement Part I: Haiku in English by Charles Trumbull]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1977–1981
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
:
4 p /yr
ISSUES:
1977: Vol.1.1-Vol.1.4

              1978: Vol.2.1-Vol.2.4
              1979: Vol.3.1-Vol.3.4
              1980: Vol.4.1-Vol.4.4
              1981: Vol.5.1-Vol.5.4
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Eric Amman
EDITOR/S:
Eric Amman
PUBLISHER:
Haiku Society of Canada
COUNTRY: CANADA
                  E-mail:
                  Address: Toronto, Ontario
                                 Canada
PUBLISHES:
haiku 

REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:






Cicada (1984–2001)
quarterly literary magazine "aimed at the reader interested in haiku and fiction related to Japan and the Chinese and other Asian Poetry" [source: 1997 Artists & Graphic Designer S Market]
“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]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 1984–2001
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
:
4 p / yr
ISSUES:
1984: Vol. I. No. 1

              1985:July; October
              1986:January; Summer
              1987: #9
              1988: Vol. IV, No. 1
              1989: ?
              1990: ?
              1991: Vol. V, Nos. 3 & 4
              1992: Vol. VI. No. 1
              1993:
              1994: Vol. VI. No. 3
              1995: Vol. VI. No. 4
              1996: Vol. VII, No. 1
              1997: ?
              1998: ?
              1999: #27
              2000: ?
              2001: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
: Frederick A. Raborg, Jr - Tributes in memory
EDITOR/S:
Frederick Ashton Raborg, Jr.

                  (In Memory of Frederick Ashton Raborg, Jr.) 
PUBLISHER: Amelia Press
COUNTRY:  
USA

                  E-mail:
                  Address: Cicada
                                 329 "E" Street
                                 Bakersfield, CA 93304
                                 USA
PUBLISHES:
short poems; haiku 

REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:






Clouds peak (2006-200?)
an online haiku and senryu journal published  contemporary haiku

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS: 2006 - 200?
FORMAT:
webzine
FREQUENCY
: ?
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: some of haiku from Issue # 1 (f/k/a...)
FOUNDER:
Dustin Neal
EDITOR/S:
Dustin Neal
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
USA
                  E-mail:
                  Address:
PUBLISHES:
haiku; senryu 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Concise Delight
Magazine of very short verse
(2009)

 

 

 

"Concise Delight Magazine of Short Poetry publishes the very best of very short verse, that is, from one to nine lines in length and including all forms, nonce forms, and free verse.
Concise Delight was commended under BEST LITERARY PERIODICALS in The Montserrat Review's Best Books for Spring Reading, 2010” [source: Concise Delight ]

 

WEBSITE: Concise Delight

YEAR: 2009

FORMAT: print 

FREQUENCY: 2 p / yr

ISSUES: 2009: #1; #2

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: | #1 Summer 2009| | #2 Winter 2009 |

FOUNDER:?

EDITOR/S: Dennis M. Garrison

PUBLISHER: MET Press

COUNTRY: USA

                 E-mail:

                 Address:

PUBLISHES: short verses from 1 up to 9 lines; all forms; haiku

REVIEWS:

OTHER INFO:





Contemporary Haibun Online  
A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary English Language Haibun


" quarterly journal published at the end of March, June, September and December of each year. It is associated with the print journal, contemporary haibun, an annual anthology from Red Moon Press" [source: contemporary haibun online- about this journal] 

WEBSITE: contemporary haibun online 
YEARS: 2005-present
FORMAT: webzine
FREQUENCY:
4 p/yr (April, July, October, January)
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: Archives
FOUNDER:

EDITOR/S:
Ken Jones
                  Jim Kacian
                  Bruce Ross
                  Ray Rasmussen: Technical & Managing Editor
PUBLISHER:
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                       E-mail: jim.kacian@comcast.net & ray@raysweb.net
                       Address:
                       Online form:
DEADLINES:
READING PERIODS: Jan 1 - Feb 29 April Issue
                                April 1 - May 31 July Issue
                                July 1 - Aug 31 October Issue
                                Oct 1 - Nov 30 January Issue 
PUBLISHES: haibun (up to 3) 
ACCEPTS: non-simultaneous submission; previously published or posted
                 (forums or personal web)
SUBSCRIPTION:
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: acceptance criteria




Creatrix
Poetry and Haiku Journal

 

 — “Creatrix poetry journal is an initiative of WA Poets Inc. The first issue was published in June 2008.
Our intention is to publish good quality, well-crafted poetry and haiku, but we would particularly like to give new poets the opportunity to be published.” [source: Creatrix Home Page]
 

WEBSITE: Creatrix poetry and haiku journal
YEARS:
2008-present
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY
:
4 p/yr
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
                                            #1 2008/ 06
                                            | #2 2008/ 09 | 
                                            | #3 2008/ 12 |
                                            | #4 2009/ 03
                                            #5 2009/ 06 |
                                            #6 2009/ 09 |
                                            | #7 2009/ 12 |
                                            | #8 2010/ 03 |
                                            | #9 2010/ 06
                                            #10 2010/ 09 |
                                            | #11 2010/ 12 |  
                                            | #12 2011/ 03
                                            | #13 2011/ 06 |  
                                            | #14 2011/ 09
                                            | #15 2011/ 12 
                                            #16 2012/ 03
                                            | #17 2012/ 06 |
FOUNDER: Maureen Sexton
                 John Bird
                 Nicholas Barwell
EDITOR/S:
Rose van Son - Haiku Editor
                                 Meryl Manoy - Haiku selector
                                 Amanda Joy - Haiku selector
                                 Gary De Piazzi - Haiku selector
PUBLISHER:
?
COUNTRY:
AUSTRALIA
SUBMISSION: only from financial WA Poets Inc members:
                       guidelines - haiku
                       guidelines - poetry
                       E-mail: creatrixjournal@gmail.com
                       Address:
                       Online form: NONE

DEADLINES: 10th Feb / March Issue
                     10th May / June Issue
                     10th Aug / September Issue
                     10th Nov / Dec Issue 
READING PERIODS: 
PUBLISHES: poetry, haiku 
ACCEPTS: poems - up to 3 and up to 60 lines; haiku - up to 10; prize-winning
                 or previously published
SUBSCRIPTION:
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: - Anyone can become a member of WA Poets Inc.
                      - Currently we cannot pay contributors, but your poetry and haiku
                        will be showcased.
                      - Poetry Prize: Poetry Prize







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DailyHaiga
an edited journal of contemporary & traditional haiga



“DailyHaiga is an online journal presenting the best of English language haiga—an artistically meaningful digital or scanned image integrated with haiku or related poetic forms. Haiga will be published daily.“ [source: DailyHaiga - about]

WEBSITE:
Daily Haiga
YEARS:
2009-present
FORMAT:
webzine
FREQUENCY
: 1 p /day; since 2012: every second day
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: haiga-archives
FOUNDER: Linda M. Pilarski
EDITOR/S:
Linda M. Pilarski 
                   Patrick M. Pilarski - Associate Editors: Poetry
                   Nicole Pakan - Associate Editors: Artwork
COUNTRY:
CANADA
SUBMISSION: guidelines

SUBMISSION:
                       E-mail: dailyhaiga@gmail.com
                       Address:

                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIODS: 
PUBLISHES: haiga
ACCEPTS: previously unpublished; up to 10 haiga every 2 months 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




Daily Haiku



DailyHaiku is a print and online literary publication that exists to promote and preserve the written art of haiku. DailyHaiku publishes the work of Canadian and international haiku poets, blending contemporary, experimental, and traditional styles to push the boundaries of English-language haiku. Through our special features section and invited poet series, DailyHaiku also aims to chronicle and explore the diverse and ever-changing landscape of contemporary haiku-related forms. One haiku is published per day and each year a print edition is published in book format that collects the work featured in the online publication. [source: Daily Haiku - about]


WEBSITE: Daily Haiku
YEARS: 2006-present
FORMAT:
webzine, print
FREQUENCY:
1 p/day
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: Archived work
FOUNDER:
Michael Gravel
EDITOR/S: Nicole Pakan
                   Patrick M. Pilarski
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines | accepted twice a year only
                       E-mail: desk@dailyhaiku.org
                       Address:
                       Online form:
DEADLINES:
READING PERIODS: Feb 1-28 & Aug 1-31 
PUBLISHES: haiku; ocassionally senryu 
ACCEPTS: 10 original and unpublished haiku 
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Daily Haiku features work of six authors presented over a six month
                      time frame Each week, the work of a different author from the current
                      contributing team is featured on this site. The contributing team at
                      DailyHaiku changes twice per year--once in April and once in October.




Dasoku
A Journal of Arts and Letters


Dasoku ( Da so kuu) A Japanese word that means something which is unnecessary such as a snake with legs. In Boston Dasoku is a bi yearly journal of arts and letters produced by Kaji Aso Studio. Through Dasoku the artists, poets and musicians working at Kaji Aso Studio can publish their works.”[source: Kaji Aso Studio - Dasoku] ”Dasoku is primarily an outlet for work produced by residents at the Kaji Aso Studio, but the journal sometimes accepts original work of others as well. In 2008 it will publish one page of haiku per issue, while reading of other poetry forms as well as essays is being suspended temporarily.” [source: A Guide to Haiku Publication, 2008, HSA] There is also  (was?) Dasoku: Kaji Aso Studio's Art & Newsletter edited by John Ziemba (issues 10 and 11 1988-199)

WEBSITE: Dasoku - Kaji Aso Studio
YEARS: 1997-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
2 p/yr
ISSUES:
1997: Fall
              1998: ?
              1999: ?
              2000: ?
              2001: ?
              2002: Spring
              2003: ?
              2004: Spring
              2005: Winter/Spring
                        Fall
              2006: Atumn
                       Fall - Special Memorial Issue (A Tribute to Kaji Aso)
              2007: Winter
              2008: ?
              2009: ?
              2010: ?
              2011: ?
              2012: ? 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Kaji Aso (1936-2006)
EDITOR/S: Marjorie E. Layman
                   Kate Finnegan
                   Megan Harrington
                   Gary Tucker
                   John Ziemba (haiku editor) 
PUBLISHER: Kaji Aso Studio
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                       E-mail: dasoku@kajiasostudio.com
                       Address:
40 St. Stephen St
                                      Boston, MA 02115
                                      USA
                       Online form:
NONE

DEADLINES: June 30 and December 31
READING PERIODS: 
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku; short stories; essays, reviews
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: 2 issues p/yr $20
                          journal may be ordered - Back Issue of Dasoku 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:.payment is 3 coppies






Diogen
pro culture magazine



 — "This is the free site and magazine of the free-open-minded intellectuals of the area wider than „encircled“ This is a free magazine, site-web portal of the persons who do not hate and do not want to hate but only to hate impossibility to express/represent the mission of free-open-minded assumed wills" [source: Editor's word]  

WEBSITE: Diogen
YEARS:
2009-present
FORMAT:
online, print
FREQUENCY:
annual
ISSUES: 2009:

              2010: No.1 (September 2009-September 2010)
              2011:
              2012: No.2 (September 2010-March 2012)
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: | DIOGEN No.1 01.09.2010
                                                  |
                                               | DIOGEN No.2 21.03.2012
                                                   |
FOUNDER:
?
EDITOR/S:
 editorial board:
                  Sabahudin Hadžialić - Editor in chief Diogen pro culture magazine 
                      Samira Begman        - Deputy Editor in chief Creative Culture 
                      Stevo Basara           - Graphic designer 
                      Tatjana Debeljački   - Deputy Editor in chief for interviews 
                      Durda Vukelić Rožić  - Deputy Editor in chief - Haiku 
                      Džejlana Šutković    - Deputy Editor in chief for cooperation 
                      Goran Vhurnc           - Deputy Editor in chief - Youth
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOWINA 
SUBMISSION: unknown
                       E-mail: sabihadzi@gmail.com
                       Address:
Sabahudin Hadžialić
                                      GrabavickA 32
                                      71000 Sarajevo
                                      Bosna and Hercogovina                     
                     Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: ?
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: You can order each issue on price 3 Eoros per piece plus postage
                           or to wait another year to be able to get complete set of all issues
                           on CD for the price of 10 Euros plus postage

                         . alternativanuova@gmail.com
REVIEWS: media about us.
OTHER INFO: Best-summer haiku 2012




Dragonfly
A Quarterly of Haiku Highlights (1972-1984)
— “In 1972 Lorraine Ellis Harr “took over the editorship of Haiku Highlights from Jean Calkins. She renamed the journal Dragonfly: A Quarterly of Haiku and published it from 1972 to 1984.” [source: American Haiku Archives - Honorary Curator Lorraine Ellis Harr by Ce Rosenow]

WEBSITE: NONE
YEARS:
1973-1984
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 4 p/yr
ISSUES:
1973: Vol. 1.1-1.4

             1974: Vol. 2.1-2.4
             1975: Vol. 3.1-3.4
             1976: Vol. 4.1-4.4
             1977: Vol. 5.1-5.4
             1978: Vol. 6.1-6.4
             1979: Vol. 7.1-7.4
             1980: Vol. 8.1-8.4
             1981: Vol. 9.1-9.4
             1982: Vol. 10.1-10.4
             1983: Vol. 11.1-11.4
             1984: Vol. 12.1-12.4 
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
:
Lorraine Ellis Harr
EDITOR/S:
Lorraine Ellis Harr (1972-1984)
PUBLISHER:
COUNTRY:
USA

                  E-mail:
                  Address: Portland USA
PUBLISHES:
haiku 

REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:




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The Electronic Poetry Network (EPN)

”founded in 1997 and edited by Carlos Colón and Assistant Editor Lauren Hall, uses the work of poets from around the world. In addition to being featured on this web site, the poetry is displayed all week long on an electronic message board located on the first floor of the Main (Downtown) Branch of our library. ” [source: The Electronic Poetry Network - Poem of the day]

WEBSITE: The Shreve Memorial Library's Electronic Poetry Network
YEARS:
1997-present
FORMAT:
online, (also, the poetry is displayed all week long on an electronic message
                             board located on the first floor of the Main (Downtown) Branch of our library)
FREQUENCY: Publishes a set of haiku each week.
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
FOUNDER:
EDITOR/S:
Carlos Colón

                   Lauren Hall (Assistant Editor)
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION:
                       E-mail:
ccolon@shreve-lib.org
                       Address: 363 Hearne Ave, Shreveport
                                      Louisiana 71103
                                      USA
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: haiku; limerics; quatrans; senryu, tanka
ACCEPTS: 10-15 haiku; poem no longer than circa 50 words; previously published 
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Eucalypt: A Tanka Journal


“is the first Australian journal devoted to this ancient Japanese poetry genre. Japanese waka (now called tanka) are five-segmented poems. In English they are usually written in five lines. Often they address profound human emotions, such as love or mourning, but can also be used to record everyday experience. The genre is 1300 years old, but is surprisingly relevant to the way we think and feel today.
Eucalypt is a print magazine which showcases contemporary tanka poetry, written in the English language and publishes only those poems its editors consider of the highest standard. Its objectives are to offer wider publication opportunities to tanka poets and to make more people aware of the delights of reading and writing tanka.
Eucalypt magazine contains tanka only. News, discussion and awards are disseminated in a complimentary electronic newsletter which is sent several times throughout the year at irregular intervals to those who indicate they would like to receive one; contact the editor.” [source: Eucalypt - about]

WEBSITE: Eucalypt: a Tanka Journal
YEARS:
2006-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY:
2 p/yr (May & November)
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER:
Bewerley George
EDITOR/S:
Bewerley George
PUBLISHER: Bewerley George
COUNTRY: AUSTRALIA
SUBMISSION: guidelines
                       E-mail: editor@eucalypt.info
                       Address:
Bewerley George
                                      Editor Eucalypt: a tanka journal
                                      PO Box 37
                                      Pearl Beach NSW 2256
                                      Australia
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: March 31/ May Issue
                     September 30/ November Issue 
READING PERIODS: 
PUBLISHES: tanka 
ACCEPTS: up to 6 tanka; previously unpublished; non-simultaneous submission
SUBSCRIPTION:
REVIEWS: Eucalypt reviews 
                 #1 - NEW HOPE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW
OTHER INFO: E-news No, 32 July, 2011





Every Day Poets


— “Every Day Poets is a magazine that specializes in bringing you fine, short poetry. Feel free to browse the site, check out our archives, or even sign up to receive a new poem in your inbox... every day!” [source: Every Day Poets
"More importantly, publication also includes an opportunity to promote your writing beyond Every Day Poets. We will gladly provide a link to your blog or website, and if you have a book on Amazon, we can link to that as well. Finally, the author whose poem is the most read in a given month will be featured in Every Day Poets’ monthly Author Interview–a chance for our readers to get to know you, and a further opportunity for you to promote your blog or website and any books or other publications you may have out there." [Compensation]

WEBSITE: Every Day Poets
YEARS: 2007-present
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY:
every day
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
FOUNDER:
?
EDITOR/S: About the staff

                   Oonah V’yonne Joslin - Managing Editor
                       Kathleen Cassen Mickelson - Joint Managing Editor
                       Constance Brewer - Anthology Editor
                       Jeff Jeppesen -Poets Editor
                       Amy Corbin - Slush Readers
                       Robin Herrnfeld - Slush Readers
                       Terry Jude Miller - Slush Readers
                       Jane Vandenberg - Slush Redaers
                       Nicholas Ozment – Past Editor
                       Paula Berman - Past Slush Readers
                       Glen Westal - Past Slush Readers 
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: E-mail:
                       Address: 
                       Online form: yes  |  contact us form
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: poems 
ACCEPTS: all genre; up to 60 lines/500 words; non-simultaneous submissions 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: offer $1 for each published poem





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Famous Reporter


— a bi-annual Australian print and online journal ("with a decidedly Tasmanian flavour ...") . Please note that the magazine is in the process of closing down. A 44th Issue will appears late in 2012, edited by Michael Sharkey and Dael Alison.

WEBSITE: Famous Reporter
YEARS:
1987-present
FORMAT:
print & online

FREQUENCY: 2 p /yr (ussualy in June and December)
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: All Back Issues
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S:
Ralph Wessman

                   Lyn Reeves (haiku)
                   Lorraine Marwood
                   Angela Rockel
                   Warrick Wynne
                   Liz. Winfield
                   Michael Sharkey
                   Dael Alison
PUBLISHER:
Walleah Press
COUNTRY: AUSTRALIA
SUBMISSION:
guidelines & guidelines                
                       E-mail:
                       Address: The Editor            |  haiku to:
                                      Famous Reporter  |  Lyn Reeves
                                      PO Box 368         |  44 Bayside Drive
                                      North Hobart       |  Lauderdale
                                      Tsmania7002       |  Tasmania 7021
                                      Ausralia               |  Australia

                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIOD: ?
PUBLISHES: poetry; fiction; reviews; haiku; essays 
ACCEPTS: 3/4 or 5 poems 
SUBSCRIPTION:  how to subscribe
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:






Farming Magazine People, Land and Community




 — “celebrates the joys of farming well and living well on a small, ecologically-conscious scale. It explores the intricate bonds connecting people, land, and community and it offers a hopeful vision of the future of farming in America. The magazine is created in the spirit of stewardship for the earth and regard for its inhabitants. Farming Magazine is published seasonally (quarterly). We emphasize practical articles that aim to educate fanners about ways to increase profitability while using ecologically sound farming practices, and how farmers think creatively about fanning in the 21st century. We strive to offer attractive alternatives to low-profit, high-tech farming. The best Farming Magazine articles will combine experience, wisdom, and science. Our focus is on the full-time farmer, however, we also have many readers who are serious part-time fanners and others who have an interest in preserving the small family farm as a viable way of life and as a supplier of local, nutritious, and safe food. We like to hear about ways the entire family, or even members of a community, get involved in the farm operation.”[source: Farming Magazine - about us] 

WEBSITE: Farming Magazine
YEARS:
2001-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
:
4 p/ yr
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
: ?
EDITOR/S: ?
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION: 
guidelines
                        We believe entertainment, humor, philosophy, and poetry are
                         important to today's farm families and welcome submissions in
                         these categories, but avoid sentimental and nostalgic writing
                       . Rather, we emphasize the real world of farm life today. Poetry
                         should reflect elements of nature and human nature. We are
                         looking for poetry with strong images and a confident voice.
                         Poetry does not have to rhyme.”
                       E-mail: editor@farmingmagazine.net
                       Address:
Farming Magazine
                                      PO Box 85
                                      Mt. Hope
                                      OH 44660
                                      USA
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: ?
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: subscribe | ordering back issues | 
                          subscribe@farmingmagazine.net 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:






First Literary Review-East
— “MISSION STATEMENT: Here at FLRev, we wish to create a warm and safe place for talented poets to showcase their work. Although we need to be selective and want only high-quality work, we believe in the personal touch and, to that end, we hope you will be courteous in your correspondence, as will the editors in replying to your submissions. Seeking excellent and exciting poems (free verse, prose, or traditional forms); under 16 lines preferred due to space constraints (we will print longer poems if they are exceptional!). We are aiming for an eclectic mix of topics and styles, so send me love poems, humorous poems, haiku, experimental poems, abstract, etc. Seasonal poems, sent several months in advance, are always welcome. We especially love to feature poets who have never been published before, as well as poets from around the globe.  [source: First Literary Review-East] 

WEBSITE: First Literary Review-East
YEARS:
2010-present
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY
: 12 p / yr
ISSUES: 2010:

              2011:
              2012:
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: 2010 - IIii | November 2010 | December 2010 |
                                              Jan 2011Feb 2011March 2011 |April 2011 |
                                              May 2011June 2011 | July 2011 | Aug 2011 |
                                              Sept 2011 | Oct 2011 Nov 2011 |
                                              Jan 2012 | March 2012May 2012 |June 2012 |
                                              July 2012 | |
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S:
Editor-in-chief: Cindy Hochman
                                         Karen Neuberg - Meet the Associate Editor
COUNTRY:
USA/THAILAND
SUBMISSION:
guidelines
                       E-mail: firstliteraryreview@yahoo.com
                       Address:
                       Online form: NONE

DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: ?
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:





Four and Twenty
Short Form Poetry



“Four and Twenty is an online poetry journal that publishes the shortest of short form poetry. We specifically seek out fresh and emerging voices to include in the journal. Our guidelines are simple. All poems must be four lines or fewer in length and contain no more than twenty words (hence, Four and Twenty). There is no set theme for the journal. A new issue of the journal is released the third Tuesday of each month.” [source: About us] 

WEBSITE: Four and Twenty
YEARS:
2008-present
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY:
1 p / mth
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:  Past Issues
EDITOR/S:
Vinnie Kinsella - Publisher

                   Geoff Pope, - Associate EditoR
                   Kay Tracy - Associate Editor
COUNTRY:
USA/Canada
SUBMISSION: guidelines

                       E-mail:
                       Address:
                       Online form: online submission manager
DEADLINES: Jan 31/March issue | Feb 28/April issue | March 31/May issue
                     April 30/June issue | May 31/ July issue | June 30/Aug issue
                     July 31/Sept issue | Aug 31/Oct issue | Sept 30/Nov issue
                     Oct 31/Dec issue | Nov 30/Jan issue | Dec 31/Feb issue 
READING PERIODS: 
PUBLISHES: poetry; haiku; senryu; sapphic; tanaga and other forms;
ACCEPTS: short form poetry; up tu 4 verses & up to 20 words; poems that fit the
                 season of being published; unpublished previously 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Publisher asks that none of the accepted writing appear anywhere online
                      or in print in North America for thirty days after its exlusive appearance
                      on Four and Twenty website. No compensatio for accepted work.






Fraglit
An online magazine of fragments (2007-2010)
— "a free international magazine of fragmentary writing sponsored by Impassio Press. [...] Each issue included writings on a specific theme. Work by both new and and established writers was featured, as well as pieces written by regular contributors." [source: Foolmoon Arvhives]

WEBSITE: Fraglit
YEARS: 2007-2010 (7 issue)
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY:
2 p/yr (Spring & Fall)
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: archive
FOUNDER: Olivia Dresher
EDITOR/S:
Olivia Dresher
                 
Victor Munoz
COUNTRY:  USA
                   E-mail:
                   Address:
SUBMISSION:
CLOSED (Announcement)
PUBLISHES:
variety of fragmentary forms (excerpts from journals, diares and
                     notebooks; vignettes; aphorisms; micro essays; notes; excerpts
                    from letters; various nontraditional  short forms
 
ACCEPTS: ?
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Magazine provides two bibliographies: I. Works on Fragments 
                                                                                   Fragmentary Works




FreeXpresSion Magazine


the magazine for writers, that readers enjoy, that including haiku section (Haiku Xpression). Each month FreeXpresSion recaptures the essence of scintillating traditional verse as well as free form poetry. […] one of the world's lovliest poetry and prose print magazines has encouraged and inspired poets and short story writers around the globe. Published in Sydney, Australia with local content and also poetic gems from contributors from many other countries […]." It is also an organizer of FreeXpresSion Literary Competition.” [source: Freexpression]

WEBSITE: FreeXpreSion Magazine
YEARS:
1993-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 12 p/yr
ISSUES: ?

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: NONE
FOUNDER
:
Peter F. Pike
EDITOR/S:
Peter F. Pike - Managing Editor
                   Cynthia Rowe - Haiku XpresSion
                   Quendryth Young - Haiku XpresSion
PUBLISHER: ?
COUNTRY:
AUSTRALIA
SUBMISSION
:
peter@freexpression.net | haiku: quendrythyoung@bigpond.com
                       E-mail: freexpression@bigpond.com.au
                       Address: FreeXpreSion
                                      PO Box 4
                                      West Hoxton
                                      NSW 2171
                                      Australia
                       Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: poetry; sestina; odes; sonnets; limericks; haiku; prose 
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION: how to 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: The only payment is a copy of the magazine





Fri Haiku
"a journal for haiku, senryû and haiku inspired poetry in any of the Scandinavian languages and English. The journal has been named Free Haiku (Fri Haiku) since it is also open to other forms of short poetry, not only those who follow the haiku rules. So far, most of what has been published has been in Swedish, but do not let this stop you from sending contributions in English. You may also send poems in Japanese. If accepted, we will add a translation in Swedish and/or English." [source: Fri Haiku] 

WEBSITE: Fri Haiku
YEARS:
2008-present
FORMAT:
webzine
FREQUENCY
: ONLINE - 4 p/yr; Paper - 1 p/yr
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: No 2, 2011
                                               No 1, 2011 |
                                               No 4, 2010 |
                                               No 3, 2010 |
                                               No 2, 2010 |
                                               No 1, 2010 |
                                               No 4, 2009 |
                                               No 3, 2009 |
                                               No 2, 2009 |
                                               No 1, 2009 |
                                               No 4, 2008 |
                                               No 3, 2008 |
                                               No 2, 2008 |
                                               No 1, 2008 | 
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S:
Lars Granström
                   Lars Vargö
COUNTRY:
SWEDEN
SUBMISSION: E-mail:
bidrag@frihaiku.se | redaktion@frihaiku.se
                       Address:
                       Online form:
DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: ?
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION:
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:



Frogpond

— Journal of the Haiku Society of America.
"The journal Frogpond, edited by George Swede and Anita Krumins, is an official serial publication of the Haiku Society of America. Its primary function is to publish the best in contemporary English-language haiku and senryu, linked forms including sequences, renku, rengay, and haibun, essays and articles on these forms, and book reviews." [source: Frogpond]
We seek to publish the best haiku and related forms in the English language as well as the most insightful articles and reviews. Our purpose is to remain the haiku journal with the largest circulation outside Japan. It is listed in the MLA International Bibliography and Humanities International Complete.” [source: Poet Writers]


WEBSITE: Frogpond
YEARS: 1978-present
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
: 1978-1995: 4 p / yr, then 3 p/yr
ISSUES:
1978-2010: Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 33, No. 3
              2011: Vol. 34:1- 34:3
              2012: Vol. 35:1 -

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: web sampler issues and free PDF of back Issue                                    
FOUNDER:
EDITOR/S:
1978–1980  Lilli R. D.Tanzer
                   1981
Geoffrey O'Brien
                   1982
1983  Bruce Kennedy
                   1983
Alexis K Rotella
                  
1984
1990 - Elizabeth Searle Lamb
                   1991
1993 - Sylvia Forges-Ryan
                   1994 - Elizabeth Searle Lamb
                   1995-1997 - Kenneth Leibman
                  
1998–2004 - Jim Kacian,
                   2005
2007 - John Stevenson
                   2008–2010 - George Swede, Anita Krumins
                  
2008–2010 - George Swede, Anita Krumins
                   2010-present - Francine Banwarth

PUBLISHER: the Haiku Society of America
COUNTRY:
USA
SUBMISSION
: guidelines
                       E-mail:
fnbanwarth@yahoo.com
                        Address: Frogpond
                                       Francine Banwarth, Editor
                                       985 So Grandwiev
                                       Dubuque, Iowa 52003
                                       USA

                        Online form: NONE
DEADLINES:
READING PERIOD: Feb 15 to April 15 (Spring/Summer Issue)
                             
June 01 to August 01 (Fall Issue)
                             
September 15 to November 15 (Winter Issue) 
PUBLISHES: haiku, haibun, rengay or other short sequences, renku
                             essay, book rewiev
ACCEPTS: unpublished previously; non-simultaneous submission; unsolicted 
SUBSCRIPTION: Subscription / HSA Membership
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO:



Full Moon
A Literary Magazine (2004-2005)
— an online magazine, with a focus on haiku, short poetry and photography.
"Full Moon is a glimpse of contemporary Haiku, Short Poetry and Photography." [source: Foolmoon Arvhives]
 

WEBSITE: Full Moon: A Literary Magazine
YEARS: 2004-2005
FORMAT:
online
FREQUENCY:
1 p/ mth
ISSUES: 2004:
#1 (Oct); #2 (Nov); #3 (Dec)

              2005: #4 (Jan); #5 (Feb); #6 (March); #7 (April)

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: FOOL MOON ARCHIVES (#1, 2 - X ,XI 2004) |
                                              ISSUE 7, APRIL, 2005
FOUNDER: ?
EDITOR/S: Kate Steere, Kim Mladjen
COUNTRY:  
USA
                   E-mail:
                   Address:
SUBMISSION: CLOSED (guidelines)
PUBLISHES:
short poetry; haiga; haiku; senryu 
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: Contributors' biographies




Fuyoh - Rose Mallow
a magazine of  haiku group, Fuyoh - Rose Mallow, established in 1988 by Sugawa Yoko.
“At the moment the Magazine "Fuyoh" is mainly in Japanese with around 8-9 pages in English. The haiku of 5-6 poets so far are found in both English and Japanese each edition. There is a translation corner where the best 2 haiku from each of the last 3 monthly meetings are translated and presented. One of the members writes some short notes on their favourite poems from this section. There's a page introducing kigo in both English and Japanese and an essay by Sugawa sensei and/or myself on some aspect of haiku. Subscribers are required to send in a number of haiku each quarter of which eight are chosen for publication (the number of haiku submitted doesn't really matter although around 15 is ideal) These haiku would then be translated into Japanese (by myself and Sugawa sensei) and both versions published. Phrasology is sometimes changed around (after careful consideration) by the Sensei as is the case in most Japanese haiku magazines. The best haiku of the eight published is then discussed (in a limited space) by myself.” [source: Fuyoh Haiku Meeting]
“Fuyoh's philosophy is "to search for Truths of human existence in nature". Human Truths and Natural Truths are intertwined, each existing only through the existence of the other. By writing on themes found in the natural world, the author's thoughts and insights are expressed through symbolism. Each haiku poet must strive to discover these Truths as they relate to themselves and to the world in general. “[source: Fuyoh - Mallow's Haiku Philosophy] 

WEBSITE: NONE, INFO: Fuyoh
YEARS:
1988-?
FORMAT:
print
FREQUENCY
:
4 p/yr
ISSUES:

ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE: Fuyoh Back Issues (links unworking) |
                                              Fuyoh/Rose Mallow Issue 1, 1995 |
                                              Fuyoh/Rose Mallow Issue 2, 1995 |
                                              Fuyoh/Rose Mallow Issue 3, 1995 |
                                              Fuyoh/Rose Maloow Issue 4. 1995 |
                                              Fuyoh/Rose Mallow Isuue 1, 1996 |
                                              Fuyoh/Rose Mallow Issue 2, 1996 |
                                              Fuyoh/Rose Mallow Issue 3, 1996 | 
FOUNDER: SUGAWA Yoko
EDITOR/S:
Okamoto Kyuuichi, Dhugal J. Lindsay
PUBLISHER:
COUNTRY:
JAPAN
SUBMISSION:
unknown
                       E-mail:
                       Address:
                       Online form:

DEADLINES: ?
READING PERIODS: ?
PUBLISHES: ?
ACCEPTS: ?
SUBSCRIPTION:
REVIEWS:
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