|News:||31 Jan. 2023|
|(Updated:||7 Feb. 2023)|
The Red Moon Anthology of English Language Haiku (RMA), the most honored series in the history of English-language haiku, was founded in 1996 by Jim Kacian, owner of Red Moon Press and Editor-in-Chief of the RMA. Volume 27 will be released soon.
And Volume 18 of the Contemporary Haibun anthology was released on 31 January 2023. The Contemporary Haibun Series, currently edited by Rich Youmans (editor-in-chief of the journal contemporary haibun online), is dedicated to featuring the best haibun and haiga published each year in English around the world.
With bows of appreciation to the following fine writers and artists for publishing with MacQ, I’m so pleased to announce my nominations for these anthologies. Submitted on 6 November 2022, these nominations were drawn from five issues of MacQ published in 2022 (MacQ-11 thru MacQ-15), and are listed below in alphabetical order by author’s (and/or artist’s) last name.
Update (after receiving the anthology on 7 February 2023):
Five of these nominations, those flagged with an asterisk, were selected by the Red Moon Press editorial team for publication in Contemporary Haibun 18.
(See also my note below the list.)
Note: Thanks so much to an outside editor (or editors) for nominating the following haibun from MacQ, which were also selected by the Red Moon Press editorial team for publication in Contemporary Haibun 18:
Memory as a Kind of Resurrection by Cherie Hunter Day
Setting the See-Saw [braided haibun] by Kat Lehmann
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