Two New Haiku Published in A Hundred Gourds

I am pleased to announce the publication of two new haiku in A Hundred Gourds 5:3, June 2016.

This is the final issue of A Hundred Gourds. I am fortunate, and grateful, to have had so many poems published there over the last five years. Thank you, Lorin Ford, for providing a good home to some of my haiku.

Here is a list of all the issues of A Hundred Gourds that include my work.

setting sun …
a bird dog’s bark
empties the cattails

singing to me
a honey-do list –
morning meadowlark

haiku by Chad Lee Robinson, originally published in A Hundred Gourds 5:3, June 2016

One Year Ago This Month

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000032_00006]One year ago this month Turtle Light Press released my contest-winning haiku collection The Deep End of the Sky. In that time the book has received many positive reviews in the haiku journals as well as some wonderful feedback from individuals all over the world. Looking back, I was fortunate to have Penny Harter choose this manuscript as winner, and to have Rick Black to guide me through the editing/publishing process. Thank you, guys, for all your help, and to everyone who bought a copy.

If you are interested in purchasing a copy, please see the BOOKS tab above for a list of places where it is sold.