Author: Maxianne Berger & Angela Leuck
Synopsis: No solitudes here as Montreal’s best haiku poets present work as vibrant and alive as the city itself. –Marianne Bluger, author of Tamarak & Clearcutand Early Evening Pieces.
Along with familiar authors like Andre Duhaime and Marco Fraticelli, meet wonder kid Jacob Harris, who wrote his first haiku at age six, and wonder senior Shigeru Kido, who composed his first haiku at age eighty. Basho would have approved of this wonderful collection of one-breath poems! –Winona Baker, author of Even a Stone Breathes: Haiku and Senryu.
Published in: 2003
No. of Pages: 175