Hoedemakers (born in 1954) wrote and published poetry in a free style before she
became interested in haiku in about 1986. It was at this time that she added haiku
and senryu to her repertoire. Jeanine has been a member of Haiku Kring Nederland
(Haiku Circle, Netherlands) since 1986.
written in Dutch, have been published in the haiku magazines Vuursteen (Flint),
Kortheidshalve (For Brevity's Sake), and other publications. She has also
had work appear, in English, in Frogpond.
volumes in Dutch include Onzichtbare tastbaarheid (Invisible Tangibility,
1985), Het meer van minder (The less of More, 1986; contains a few haiku
and senryu), Spiegel van zelfbehoud (Mirror of Self-preservation, 1988),
Het zandpad van verwachting (The Sandy Path of Expectation, 1991), De
beste plaats is steeds bezet (The Best Seat is Always Taken, 1994; contains
a few haiku and senryu), Tot bewegen aangezet (Spurred on to Move, 1997;
contains haiku and senryu).
More of her
poetry can be found on the following web sites: