Postscripts

Some essays, reviews, or other content on this site also include new, previously unpublished “Postscripts.” These postscripts amplify the essay in question, offer context or analysis, provide updates, or occasionally take issue with a previously held opinion, and appear at the end of each essay or review listed here. Some postscripts include older material written when the original published material was written, but not published with the original content. For other content first published on this site, please see Not Previously Published.
 

Essays, Reports, Speeches, Haibun, and More

 

An Invitation to Rengay (introduction to True Colour)
A Report on Haiku Chicago (1995)

A Sampling of Cultural Haiku

A Spade’s a Spade: Plagiarism and Déjà-ku

Beat Haiku and My Discussion with Jack Foley

Defining “Publication” on the Internet

Dripping Rain: Learning Haiku from Shunryu Suzuki

On Essays and Physics

Forms in English Haiku

Friends in Haiku

From Chord to Melody: Defining Tanka in English

Go-Shichi-Go: How Japanese and English Syllables Differ

Getting Started with Haiku

Haiku as History: The Ultimate Short Story

Haiku as Poetic Spell (Martin Lucas)

Haiku Poets of Northern California 1995 Rengay Contest

How Do You Write Haiku?

Introduction to Fig Newtons: Senryu to Go

Japan (Billy Collins; poem)

Japanese Renku Group Visits San Francisco

Little Catastrophes: The Topological Structure of Humor and Haiku

Metaphor in Haiku

Off the Beaten Track: A Year in Haiku

One-Part Haiku

On Writing Haiku

Punctuation in Haiku

Remembering Kylan Jones-Huffman

Rengay: The Art of Partnering (Carolyn Hall)

Rengay Clarified

Striking Gold: The American Haiku Archive

Tanka Elbow Room
The Discipline of Haiku

The Practical Poet: Be Your Own Editor

The Practical Poet: Creating a Haiku Checklist

Three Hokku by E. E. Cummings

Traditional and Modern Haiku: A Vibrant Dichotomy

2013 Haiku Poets of Northern California Haiku Contest
Up with Season Words

Welcome to Haiku North America 2009

When Butterflies Come

Whose Kid Is That?

Why Do Haiku? (Steve; poem)

Young Leaves (renku)

Zen and the Art of Direct Seeing

Reviews