Millikin University Haiku

haiku conferences at MU

haiku courses at Millikin

teaching haiku

speakers & readings

haiku competitions at MU

student renga

student haiku projects

published haiku by students

links to haiku web sites

student research on haiku

haiku by Millikin students

directory of haiku magazines

Decatur Haiku Collection Bibliography
(Print Publications)
(pdf)

A Bibliography of Online Articles on Haiku,
Senryu and Tanka in English
(pdf)

A Bibliography of Online Books, Journals and Exhibitions
on Haiku, Senryu and Tanka in English
(pdf)

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MU Haiku Logo

 

hiking ahead
he blends in perfectly—
lonely mountain valley

 

by Emily Evans

Modern Haiku, 36.1, 2005

 

peeking through
tiny holes—
first confession

 

by Melanie Hayes

Modern Haiku, 33.1, 2002

 

old moon
we talk about
the next life

 

by Aubrie Cox

Notes from the Gean
Vol.1, Issue #4, March 2010

Special Features:

See Millikin's bibliography of
Online Articles on Haiku in English (pdf)

The Decatur Haiku Collection Bibliography (pdf)


Photo-Haiga Exhibit
by Priscilla Meddaugh & Randy Brooks
Millikin University Staley Library
February 6, 2009

Hartsburg-Emden High School, Hartsburg, Illinois
Kukai & April Fool's Senryu Competitions
April 1, 2011

Centennial High School, Champaign, Illinois
HAIKU CUT Competitions
, April 2010

Centennial High School, Champaign, Illinois
HAIKU CUT Competitions
, April 2007


Millikin students enjoy integrating a variety of arts and studies. See our featured haiku projects, such as

Molly Pufall's haiku song

Jennifer Griebel's haiku & photography

See a high school unit plan on haiku:
Teaching Haiku

An online exhibit from a workshop:
Harristown Elementary Haiku


 

long drive home—
only the light
between headlights

 

by Kay Millikin

outstanding haiku
Spring 2001


 

The Millikin University Haiku web site hosts haiku projects, research and publications for students, faculty and the haiku community.

Announcement: Bronze Man Books published the Millikin University Haiku Anthology. It features original haiku by Millikin students and alumni and is available for $25 plus postage from Bronze Man Books. See details about this book at:

http://www.bronzemanbooks.com/books/
MU-HaikuAnthology/

This web site is an online learning community forum for publishing haiku studies, for supporting haiku-related scholarship, and for expanding the haiku learning experiences beyond the physical limits of the residential campus.

Fall 2016 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

July 2016 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

June 2016 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Spring 2016 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

January 2016 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2015 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

September 2015 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

June 2015 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Spring 2015 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

January 2015 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

November 2014 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2014 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Spring 2014 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2013 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

July 2013 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Spring 2013 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2012 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

November 2012 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Spring 2012 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2011 Course
Tanka Writing Roundtable

July 2011 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Spring 2011 Course
Renga Writing Roundtable

Fall 2010 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2010 Course
Haiku Writing Roundtable

September 2010 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Spring 2010 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

February 2010 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

September 2009 PACE Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2009 Course
Tanka Writing Roundtable

Spring 2009 Course On
Global Haiku Tradition

Fall 2008 Course
Haiku Writing Roundtable


Millikin student published in Midwest Living
magazine, December 2005

    

calm winter night
city lights dim
under falling snow

 

by Sarah Bassill

Midwest Living, Dec 2005


"While being quite intelligible, the haiku means nothing, and it is by this double condition that it seems open to meaning in a particularly available, serviceable way—the way of a polite host who lets you make yourself at home with all your preferences, your values, your symbols intact…"    —Roland Barthes, Empire of Signs


haiku conferences at MU

haiku courses at Millikin

teaching haiku

speakers & readings

haiku competitions at MU

student renga

student haiku projects

published haiku by students

links to haiku web sites

student research on haiku

haiku by Millikin students

directory of haiku magazines

Decatur Haiku Collection Bibliography (Print Publications) (pdf)

Bibliography of Online Articles on Haiku, Senryu and Tanka in English (pdf)


2015, Dr. Randy Brooks• Millikin University

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