End of Summer Haiku Roundup

September has shaped up to be a pretty good month for haiku. Cherie Hunter Day accepted two poems for this fall’s issue of Mariposa. Jim Kacian published another one of my poems written in response to the “sick day” prompt for his weekly column Haiku in the Workplace over at the Haiku Foundation.

found
at a rummage sale
the one who called in sick

The summer print issue (#120) of hedgerow: a journal of small poems has finally been published, and I am pleased to have this poem included (with thanks to editor Caroline Skanne for the selection):

the arch
of her back
dune roses

And this week I received my copy of the Haiku Society of America’s members’ anthology on down the road edited by LeRoy Gorman. He selected this one of mine that was originally published in Mariposa:

restringing fence wire–
the meadowlark’s song one post
ahead of the wind

Many thanks to all the editors and publishers!

All poems above by Chad Lee Robinson

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Haiku Published in Akitsu Quarterly

The Fall 2017 edition of Akitsu Quarterly has been released, and I am happy to be included with three haiku. Many thanks to editor Robin White for once again publishing a few of my haiku. Here they are:

blue hour
each fisherman in his own boat
of solitude

Earth Day–
watching horses run
out of pasture

half an apple
behind the cowboy’s back–
and the horse knows it

haiku by Chad Lee Robinson

The Heron’s Nest and Other Forthcoming Work

It’s always a good day when you have new work accepted for publication in The Heron’s Nest. I will have two new haiku published in the September issue. Many thanks to the editors for selecting my work.

I also have new work forthcoming in the following places: Frogpond (two haiku), hedgerow (one haiku, one tanka), and Jim Kacian’s Haiku in the Workplace column (one haiku). Many thanks to all the editors!

New Work Published in Shamrock

The new issue of Shamrock, #37, is available to read, and I’m delighted to have four new haiku included. It’s been quite a while since my last appearance in Shamrock, so it’s nice to have some new poems published there. Many thanks to editor Anatoly Kudryavitsky. Here are two out of the four:

snowy field
the dog retrieves
a goose’s silence

raging blizzard–
looking out to see
horses looking out