Millikin University Essays on Haiku Poetics



Adria Neapolitan

an essay on:

To Space or Not to Space:
An In-depth Comparison of
Spacing and Form in Haiku

by
Adria Neapolitan


Emotions Through Form in Haiku
by Samantha Parks

Swirl & Flow of Haiku:
An Essay on Musicality

by
Heather Aymer

The Caesura in Haiku
by
Bob Reed

College Haiku:
A New Perspective

by
Emily D'Ambrose

Contemporary Love Haiku
by
Alex Buchko

 

 

Millikin University students often study the aesthetic experience of haiku or explore haiku poetics. We are pleased to share several of their essays on poetics and aesthetics with you at the Millikin University Haiku web site.

Haiku poetics essays availble include:

Haiku Techniques:
Line Breaks & Punctuation

by
Courtney Burress

Swirl & Flow of Haiku:
An Essay on Musicality

by
Heather Aymer

Contemporary German Haiku
by
Lidonna Beer

Reader Response Test
On Haiku Aesthetics

by
Kristin Boryca

A Journey Through Tanka
by
Ryan Casey

Haiku & Relaxation
by
Heidi Zapp

Why Teach Haiku
in Elementary School?

by
Julie Weightman


haiku conferences

haiku courses at Millikin

 

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

 

2010, Dr. Randy Brooks• Millikin University

January 2, 2014about this web site