• Bob Lucky, Commentary on My Haibun "Running with the Yaks"
• Bob Lucky, Titles in Haibun
• Bob Lucky, The Haibun as Essay: A Commentary on Steven Carter’s “In the Crowd”
• Ken Jones on Joshua Gage's Tragedy
• Ken Jones on High Poetry & Traditional Mainstream Haibun: The work of Claire Everetts and Rich Yeomans
• Ken Jones on Lynn Edge's Trucker
• Ken Jones on Jeff Streeby‘s Voyageur
• Ken Jones on Claire Everett’s Under the Sun
• Ken Jones on Theresa Williams' Once and For All & In Repair
• Jim Kacian on Peter Newton's Comments on haibun in general and on Peter Newton's Three Haibun
• Jim Kacian on What Makes Us Fly
• Jim Kacian on A Collaborative Haibun by Elaine Riddell & Cynthia Rowe
• Jim Kacian on Guy Shaked's Fortieth Birthday
• Ray Rasmussen on Stylistic Inventiveness in Contemporary Haibun: Carol Pearce-Worthington& Patricia Rogers
• Ray Rasmussen on Ekphrasis & Steven Carter’s “Velasquez’ Maids of Honor”
• Ray Rasmussen on Jeffrey Woodward’s “Time with the Heron” & Poetic Techniques in Haibun Composition.
• Ray Rasmussen on “Witness, ”a Haibun by Glenn G. Coats
• Ray Rasmussen on Ed Higgins' Escaped Poems
• Ray Rasmussen on Susan Nelson Myers' A Pot of Beans
• Ray Rasmussen on Larry Kimmel's "Evening Walk": Moving Beyond Standard Haibun
• Ray Rasmussen: Bashō’s “Hiraizumi”: A passage from The Narrow Road to the Deep North (Ono no Hosomichi)
• Ray Rasmussen, Commentary on My Haibun "Unsaddled"
Bruce Ross on Christopher Patchel's First Love
• Bruce Ross on Mark Smith's "Linger" & Ryan Jessup's "A Light"
• Bruce Ross on Steven Carter's Sawtooth Range
• Bruce Ross on Theresa Williams' Memorial Day
• Bruce Ross on Steve Andrews’ Expressing the Mysteries of Love and Death
• Amanda Bell's Undercurrents, A Review by Bob Lucky
• M. Kei's Stacking Stones: An Anthology of Short Tanka Sequences (from Atlas Poetica), A Review by Charles D. Tarlton
• Charles D. Tarleton's "Touching Fire: New and Selected Ekphrastic Prosimetra (from Haibun Today)., A Review by Tish Davis
• Kala Ramesh's Beyond the Horizon Beyond, A Review by Bob Lucky
• Harriot West's Shades of Absence, A Review by Ray Rasmussen
• Rich Youmans' Head-On: Haibun Stories, A Review by Bob Lucky
• Sonam Chhoki & Mike Montreuil,Mapping Absences , A Review by Bob Lucky
• Bob Lucky's "My Thology: Not Always True, but Always Truth, A Commentary by Ray Rasmusssen
• Stanley Pelter's About Time, A Review by John Daniel
• David Cobb's Marching with Tulips & What Happens in Haibun, A Review by Naomi Beth Wakan
• Stanley Pelter's, Modernist Haibun: Haibun Notebook, A Review by by John Daniel
• Marjorie Buettner's Some Measure of Existence, A Review by Marian Olson
• Bob Lucky's My Thology: Not Always True but Always Truth, A Tribute and Commentary by Ray Rasmussen
• Haibun Definitions from a Variety of Writers
• John Dumphy, Haibun: Union of Prose and Poetry
• Ken Jones' Corner: A Series on the "How to" of Haibun by a Haibun Master: #1 #2 #3 #4
• Ken Jones, "Guidelines for Our Would Be Contributors"
• Ken Jones, Writing Reality: Fictional Haibun Stories
• Jim Kacian, Innovation in Haiku•
Jim Kacian, A Haiku Primer
• Jim Kacian, Ken Jones & Bruce Ross: On How Editors Evaluate Haibun
* Jim Kacian, A Haiku Primer.
• Bob Lucky, The Haibun as Essay
• George Marsh, Haiku Lessons: Show Don't Tell
• Ray Rasmussen, Characteristics of English Language Haibun
• Ray Rasmussen, The Writer's Gaze: Sources of Inspiration
• Ray Rasmussen, A Response to Bob Lucky's "The Haibun as Essay".
• Bruce Ross, The Essence of Haiku
• Bruce Ross, Haibun: Narriatives of the Heart • Bruce Ross, The Essence of Haiku
• Haruo Shirane, Beyond the Haiku Moment:
Basho, Buson and Modern Haiku Myths
• Charles D. Tarlton, Notes for a Theory of Tanka Prose (from Atlas Poetica)
• Michael Dylan Welch, Missing the Moon: Haikuless Haibun
Michael Dylan Welch, Haibun: Aims and Problems
• Joan Zimmerman, What Haibun Poets Can Learn From Non-haikai Western Poetry Practices.
• Joan Zimmerman, What English-Language Haibun Poets Can Learn From Japanese Practices.
• Dimitar Anakiev, Faleminderit (thanks to) a Boxer Champion (An example of haibun as polemic or advocacy)
• Dimitar Anakiev, John Brown, We Swear to You (A second example of haibun as polemic or advocacy)
• Ken Jones, An Interview with Jeffrey Woodward
• Jim Kacian, An Interview with Patricia Prime
• Bruce Ross, On Haibun, interviewed by Jeffrey Woodward
• Jeffrey Woodward, Terra Incognita: The World of Haibun and Tanka Prose, interviewed by Ray Rasmussen