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Contents Page: September 2005, vol 1 no 2

Welcome to contemporary haibun online, a quarterly journal appearing in March, June, September and December of each year. We are pleased to offer our readers quality haibun-style writing and to encourage both the writing and reading of contemporary haibun.

Editors Ken Jones, Jim Kacian and Bruce Ross review submissions independently and then collaborate to accept submissions for both contemporary haibun [the yearly print journal] and for contemporary haibun online.


Ken Jones' Corner: The first of a series on contemporary haibun.


Haibun Selections

Francis W. Alexander, Shocks
buttonHortensia Anderson, Haiku with Zip
Curtis Dunlap, Dust
buttonLynn Edge, Son and Snow
Jamie Edgecombe, Gyaru
buttonJamie Edgecombe, Powder White
buttonJudson Evans, Cartesian Diver
buttonJudson Evans, Panopticon
Judson Evans, Voice Over
buttonStanford Forrester, Halloween 1974
Graham High, Table Turning
buttonMark Hollingsworth, The Day Begins
buttonElizabeth Howard, Huckleberries
Francis Masat, Reception
Michael McClintock, Great Rockaway
Allen McGill, Mare
buttonAllen McGill, Night Shift
buttonDon Miller, Deli Melt
buttonKilmeny Niland, Deceased Estate
Kilmeny Niland, Winter Beach
Graham Nunn, Leaving Home
buttonGraham Nunn, On The Bus
Dru Philippou, Vignette: The Lama Foundation
buttonRay Rasmussen, The Moonlit Trail
buttonHelen Ruggieri, The Edgewood Tavern
Sita Seng, Heat/Light
John Sexton, Exchanges
buttonAdelaide Shaw, A Dream Visit
buttonGeert Verbeke, Nostradamus
buttonTad Wojnicki, Driving Carmel Valley Road
Tad Wojnicki, Eating Very California
buttonTad Wojnicki, Looks Like Fall


Haibun by the Editors

Ken Jones, Bread of Heaven
Jim Kacian, Beneath a Waxing Moon
Bruce Ross, Waiting


Special Notices:

Haibun Writers Online Working Group. Members of this group actively submit and provide detailed critiques of other members' haibun compositions. If interested in joining, send two examples of your work to Ray Rasmussen.


Copyright: All contents are the property of the contributors and contemporary haibun online. Contributors are free to publish elsewhere so long as cho is cited as the first place of publication. No content may be published or distributed elsewhere in any form or in any way without permission of the contributors. cho is associated with the print journal contemporary haibun which is published annually and which can be ordered through the red moon press. cho retains the right to republish the contents in the print annual publication: contemporary haibun. Along with other work, the two and three quill haibun in cho will be published in the next print issue of contemporary haibun.

 

 

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