Instalment #4 of not-so-pretty cherry blossoms by our writer-in-residence, Isabella Mori: “Of course these cherry blossoms are pretty, and when the late April wind has them drift through the air and form a delicious pink carpet, how can they not delight? And yet … “
“Instalment #2 of not-so-pretty cherry blossom haiku: Blossom petals on the ground always create a little anxious ambivalence in me…” Guest post by Isabella Mori.
Guest Post by Isabella Mori. “…People think of cherry blossoms when they think of haiku. I do, too – but so much so that I’ve lost my taste for pretty cherry blossom…”
Join us on April 25 for a writing workshop with Isabella Mori to learn about the history of haiku and to write your own haiku about important moments in personal, cultural, or geographic history.
Join poets Terry Ann Carter, Rachel Enomoto, and Kozue Uzawa in a discussion of the Japanese poetic forms: haiku, tanka, and haibun.