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the playground . . .
     we used to swing
          together

 

by Amy Van Rheeden


 

young boy
carrying his drunk father
once again

 

by Mark Beanblossom

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Haiku Writing Roundtable
Fall 2010 • Dr. Randy Brooks

Course Description

The primary goal of this course is to read, write and publish haiku. As a pass/fail course, the secondary goal is to have fun sharing the creative process in a small workshop atmosphere. We will celebrate the diversity of voices and variety of experiences which will be evident in the student works.

For the Fall 2010 semester, students will gain an aesthetic understanding of Zen poetics underlying the haiku tradition and write original haiku from memory, imagination, direct observation, and meditation. We are especially looking at haiku and visual arts this semester.

Each week we will have a traditions reading assignment, a short analysis assignment in response to readings, and a writing assignment.


Haiku Writing Roundtable Authors

Syllabus

Assignments


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Haiku Roundtable Students Fall 2010
Millikin University

Alex Kitchens

Aubrie Cox

Becky Smith

Garrett Derman

Alex Kitchens

Aubrie Cox

Becky Smith

Garrett Derman

Holly Logsdon

Jackson Lewis

Jade Anderson

Jordan Pennington

Hollie Logsdon

Jackson Lewis

Jade Anderson

Jordan Pennington

Joseph Sparks

Kylie Cochran

Michelle Dixson

Nora Kocher

Joseph Sparks

Kylie Cochran

Michelle Dixson

Nora Kocher

Susie Wirthlin

Tara Goheen

Tyler Lamensky

 

Susie Wirthlin

Tara Goheen

Tyler Lamensky

 

 


haiku conferences

haiku courses at Millikin

Modern Haiku magazine

speakers & readings

haiku competitions at MU

American Haiku Archive

student haiku projects

published haiku by students

links to haiku web sites

student research on haiku

haiku by Millikin students

directory of haiku magazines



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