Thank You, Contributors!
Not all of this episode’s contributors have a dedicated online presence, so in the interest of fairness, I am not including supplemental links in these show notes. However, I encourage you to seek out these poets in the various print and online haiku journals:
- Phillip Woodruff
- Adele Evershed
- Vandana Parashar
- Eavonka Ettinger
- Peter Larsen
- Kimberly Kuchar
Thank you again for being willing to share your work, as well as having patience with the technological issues!
Thanks to Pamela P. for buying me a coffee! I appreciate the support. If you want to support this project financially, you can do so at at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki. You can also help by sharing this podcast with anyone who you think might enjoy it.
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You can also read my interview with fellow Cuttlefish author Julie Bloss Kelsey at my personal blog: https://allysonwhipple.com/2023/08/29/chapbook-interview-julie-bloss-kelsey/
On the Blog
An overview of Full Moon is Rising: The Lost Haiku of Matsuo Basho and Travel Haiku of Matsuo Basho, a New Rendering, by James David Andrews. Read it here: https://culinarysaijiki.com/2023/08/23/lost-haiku-authorship-and-translation/
Join the Conversation
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“J’attendrai” by Django Reinhardt, performing at Cleveland Music Hall, 1939. This recording is in the public domain. Hear the whole song at https://clevelandhistorical.org/files/show/6045.