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Friday, May 31, 2013
A Hundred Gourds 2:3 is now online
The seventh issue of A Hundred Gourds, a quarterly journal of haiku, haibun, haiga, tanka and renku poetry is now online:
Two Features in this issue
Along with our regular Haiku, Haiga, Haibun, Renku, Tanka and Expositions sections, AHG 2.3 presents two features: ‘Haiku In India’, presented by Kala Ramesh and ‘From There to Here: Conversations with John E. Carley’, by AHG Renku Editor, William Sorlien.
Invitation to Contribute Features
Poets and Readers who would like to contribute a feature article for any of AHG’s 2014 issues are invited to contact Lorin Ford, initially, with a brief outline of the proposed feature. All AHG feature proposals are subsequently presented to the Editorial Team for approval. Our aim is to provide one feature per issue, and the field is open to all haikai-related subjects and topics.
Mathew Paul is AHG’s new Expositions editor, and welcomes your submissions of essays/articles and commentaries on individual poems.
The deadline for all submissions to AHG 2.4 (the September issue) is June 15th. This means that submissions intended for the September issue must be received by June 15th. We have an open submissions policy. Submissions received after the deadline will be filed for consideration for the December issue. Please check our submissions page for details and editors’ guidelines.
for the Editorial Team, A Hundred Gourds