Simply Haiku: An
E-Journal of Haiku and Related Forms
Haiku features English haiku and related arts and forms.There are several
showcase the work of well-established poets and artists
showcase the work of new or less known poets and artists
provide features, in the form of essays and interviews, wherein poets and artists
share their insights and personal journeys.
reprint high quality work in any of the haiku-related genres, essays and interviews,
that would be otherwise lost or difficult to access.
provide a reliable, long-term archive of all of the above.
Haiku was founded in 2003 and is published 6 times per year on line only.
The archives are a permanent feature of the web site.
are acceptable and will be handled in a timely fashion. To submit works please
view the submission guidelines.
Editor: Robert John Mestre [On Leave]
Managing Editor: Robert Wilson [bio]
Associate Editor: Carol Raisfeld [bio]
Associate Editor: Johnye Strickland [bio]
Website Editor: Ray Rasmussen [bio]
Editors are selected by founders and co-owners Robert John Mestre and Robert Wilson.
The Editors exercise independent
judgment as to the contents of their sections.
Editor: Email to Robert Wilson
Email to Allen McGill [Allen's
Email to John Carley [John's
Email to Michael McClintock [Michael's
Haiga New Forms
Editor: Email to Ray Rasmussen [Ray's
art-haiku, photo-manipulated art-haiku, watercolor or oil painting plus haiku,
Forms Editor: Email to Bette Wappner
ink drawing, sumi-e,
brush painting, calligraphy,woodblock painting, etc.
Editor: Email to Carol Raisfeld
copyright: Simply Haiku