The Management of this webspace has apparently contracted a severe allergy to weblogging — or, at least, to punditry. Whether or when this malady will be cured or controlled is unknown. For the time being, therefore, expect no new posting from the f/k/a Gang (viz., haikuEsq, Prof. Yabut, ethicalEsq, or Your Humble Editor’s other alter egos).
If you’ve come here to find haiku or senryu, please go to our Guest Poet Archives, where you will have access to two-years’ worth of daily postings, featuring the work of two dozen fine haijin: [in alphabetical order] Roberta Beary, Randy Brooks, Yu Chang, Tom Clausen, Devar Dahl, Alice Frampton, Barry George , Lee Gurga, Carolyn Hall, Gary Hotham, Kobayashi Issa, Jim Kacian, David G. Lanoue, Rebecca Lilly, Peggy Willis Lyles, paul m, Ed Markowski, Matt Morden, Pamela Miller Ness, w.f. owen , Tom Painting, Andrew Riutta, John Stevenson, George Swede, Hilary Tann, Michael Dylan Welch, Billie Wilson. You can also find dagosan‘s humble offerings on his archives page.
Check out our Haiku Resources Page for more information on materials available at this website (such as jim kacian’s haiku primer and our baseball haiku collection), as well as many haiku-related links.
Thanks for your visits and comments over the years, and best wishes, ’til we meet again in Cyber Space.
/ david giacalone
p.s. Lost Comments: We have discovered that the Comments left at many prior posts “disappeared”, when f/k/a recently migrated to Harvard’s new and improved webserver. Because Comments have always been a very important part of the weblog, we’re very unhappy about this situation (and the fact that we were given no warning of this potential consequence of the move). We apologize to all those who left one or more of the Lost Comments. If you felt that any of our postings warranted your input, please use the Search Box to find the posts and, if needed, honor us with new Comments.
cloud-covered moon —
are no-shows, too