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.
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):
of her back . . .
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
I am pleased to have a new tanka published in this week’s issue of hedgerow: a journal of small poems (issue #118), the opening poem no less! Many thanks to Caroline Skanne for selecting my work.
blanket the hills–
the horse whisperer
lays a whistle
on the wind
tanka by Chad Lee Robinson
I’m a little late in posting this, but last week hedgerow: a journal of small poems published a new tanka of mine in issue #114:
listening for tires
on gravel . . .
the inner lightning
of night clouds
Many thanks to Caroline Skanne for including my work. I have more work scheduled to appear in two future issues of hedgerow, so stay tuned for those!
I am pleased to announce that I have had another haiku published in Jim Kacian’s Haiku in the Workplace column just today. The theme this time around is “the first day at the new job.” With thanks to Jim, here is my offering:
first day at the new job–
a rubber spider
in the desk drawer
Recent acceptances include haiku and tanka that will appear in three separate issues of hedgerow: a journal of small poems. Many thanks to Caroline Skanne!
hedgerow #100, edited by Caroline Skanne. Cover photo and design by Caroline Skanne.
The 100th issue of hedgerow: a journal of small poems is out today, and I am pleased to have three haiku among the 100 pieces of writing and art. The journal’s editor, Caroline Skanne, has also made this issue available in print from Wildflower Poetry Press, and it is also available at Amazon.
I’ve been stretching out a bit this year, publishing in a number of journals I’ve never published in before. hedgerow is one of them. I had three haiku published last week in issue #99, and now three more in issue #100. It’s a great journal, one I look forward to reading every Friday when a new issue comes out. Many thanks to Caroline Skanne for publishing my work. Here are two out of the three in issue #100:
the white horse
casts a shadow
my son trying
to sound it out . . .
Chad Lee Robinson, hedgerow: a journal of small poems #100 (2016)
I have four new haiku and senryu published today, three in hedgerow: a journal of small poems issue #99, and one in Sonic Boom issue 7. This marks my first appearance in both online journals. Many thanks to Caroline Skanne (hedgerow) and Shloka Shankar (Sonic Boom). Here’s one of the haiku:
the heavy breathing
Chad Lee Robinson, hedgerow: a journal of small poems #99, December 2016
Next Friday, I will have more work appear in hedgerow #100. Don’t miss it!
I am pleased to report that I have had haiku accepted for two issues of hedgerow: a journal of small poems, an online journal that releases a new issue on Fridays. Look for my work in issues #99 and #100 in December. Many thanks to editor Caroline Skanne!