Haiku: How To Write It in Minutes

Haiku is fun to write and inspires communal transactions. Award-winning poet and teacher, Robert McDowell, provides a succinct introduction and playful exercises, perfect keys to the composition of this timeless poetry form from Japan. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301119622
About Robert McDowell

Robert McDowell is a poet, teacher, speaker, editor and author, co-author, editor and translator of 14 books, including the bestselling Poetry as Spiritual Practice: Reading, Writing and Using Poetry in Your Daily Rituals, Aspirations and Intentions (Free Press/Simon & Schuster) and The More We Get Together: The Sexual and Spiritual Language of Love (Poiesis Press). His books of poetry include Quiet Money, The Diviners (a book-length poem) and On Foot, In Flames. He was the co-founding publisher of Story Line Press, where he served as editor for twenty-two years. With Mark Jarman, he also edited The Reaper, a quarterly.

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