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Issue 1: January 2020
Visual Artworks: Felting Haiga
Felt + Haiku: 13 words
8 words [R]
9 words [R]
8 words [R]
By Stella Pierides

Four Felting Haiga,
aka Haikufeltings

 

soft rains on Lesbos, haikufelting by Stella Pierides

Haiga: felt painting plus haiku

#105 in artist’s ongoing series of haikufeltings*

Copyrighted © 2019 by Stella Pierides. All rights reserved.


soft rains on Lesbos...
soot glistens on the walls
of the makeshift tent



evening hour, haikufelting by Stella Pierides

Haiga: felt painting plus haiku

#69 of 100 in 100-day project described in poet’s craft essay*

Copyrighted © 2019 by Stella Pierides. All rights reserved.


evening hour—
sound of the wind
from the mountain



—Posted to poet’s blog and Facebook on 2 July 2019, and appears here with her permission.



fiery sunset, haikufelting by Stella Pierides

Haiga: felt painting plus haiku

#45 of 100 in 100-day project described in poet’s craft essay*

Copyrighted © 2019 by Stella Pierides. All rights reserved.


fiery sunset—
rock pools filling up
with night



—Posted to poet’s blog and Facebook on 2 June 2019, and appears here with her permission.



worn smooth, haikufelting by Stella Pierides

Haiga: felt painting plus haiku

#86 of 100 in 100-day project described in poet’s craft essay*

Copyrighted © 2019 by Stella Pierides. All rights reserved.


worn smooth
by the sea
my sharp edges



—Posted to poet’s blog and Facebook on 24 July 2019, and appears here with her permission.


*Craft essay by Stella Pierides: Felting Haiga [or, Hairballs to Haiga: The Evolution of a New Hybrid, “Haikufelting”]

Stella Pierides
Issue 1, January 2020

is a British poet of Greek descent who divides her time between Neusaess, Germany, and London, England. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of The Haiku Foundation (THF) and works on its Haikupedia (encyclopedia of haiku) project.

Interweaving the past with the present, Stella’s work is located at the meeting points of cultural, social, and psychological worlds, which spark the day-to-day moments of our lives. Her work has been published in numerous print and online journals and anthologies. She has co-edited and contributed to Even Paranoids Have Enemies: New Perspectives on Paranoia and Persecution (Routledge, 1998) and Beyond Madness (JKP, 2002).

Recent books include Feeding the Doves, short stories and haibun (Fruit Dove Press, 2013); and two books, In the Garden of Absence, micro-poetry and haiku (Fruit Dove Press, 2012), and Of This World, haibun (Red Moon Press, 2017), which received Haiku Society of America Merit Awards for books published in 2012 and 2017, respectively.

For more info, visit her website and blog at: https://stellapierides.com

 
 
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