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I’ve Been Reviewing the Situation

posted Jan 16, 2017, 9:36 PM by Michael Dylan Welch   [ updated Jan 16, 2017, 9:36 PM ]
I recently published twenty-three short book reviews in the Haiku Society of America journal, Frogpond. The following commentaries are now available through my Reviews page.

Haiku Anthologies
Climbing Mole Hill: An Anthology of Haiku and Haiga for the Republic of Mole Hill
    edited by Lidia Rozmus
Haiku Anthology: Second International Haiku Conference
    edited by Robert Kania, Krzysztof Kokot, Lidia Rozmus, and Charles Trumbull

Haiku and Related Poetry
American Gothic by Steven Carter
At Bat by Cor van den Heuvel
Between Waves by Alexis Rotella
Chester Creek Ravine by Bart Sutter
Dandelion Seeds by Arvinder Kaur
Desert Wind by Ferenc Bakos
Drumming in the Free World by Kim Redshaw
Grandma’s Chip Bowl by David Jacobs
Haiku Chiaroscuro by David Cobb
Haiku Edge: New and Selected Haiku by Robert Epstein
Happy Wake Up by Milenko D. Ćirović Ljutički
A Path of Desire: Tan Renga by Peter Newton and Kathe L. Palka
Puerto Rico by Anita Virgil
The Open Eye by Lenard D. Moore
39 Haiku by Robert Kania
Voice of the Cicada by Raffael de Gruttola
Waveforms: Bull Island Haiku by Pat Boran
Young Osprey by Bill Cooper

Longer Poetry
You Can’t Be Serious by Ronald Wallace

Novels Featuring Haiku
The Haiku Murder by Fran Pickering
The Honest Truth by Dan Gemeinhart