Welcome to the Haiku Hub!
I have been getting together a number of Haiku writers to start up a Haiku Hub.
What’s it about?
The purpose of the Hub is to provide a common space for those who enjoy writing, reading and sharing haiku. Anyone is welcome to become part of the community.
There will be regular posts and prompts as well as contributions from various members.
You can check out some of my haiku over the last year and a half HERE
Who can join in?
You do not have to be an exclusive writer of haiku to participate, nor do you need to feel obliged to engage with every challenge or discussion. If you enjoy haiku and would like to keep in touch then put a link to your blog in the comments at the end of the post and a little self-intro and if you follow this blog you can get notifications of Haiku Hub activities.
To access comments simply press the little black speech bubble at the end of this post.
Inaugural Haiku Hub Members
The blogs listed below are some of the many who include haiku in their repertoire of writing, many of whom I have come to know well through my own haiku endeavours. As numbers grow I will add new members to the Haiku Hub Page found HERE.
Like Mercury Colliding
Image and Word
Life Home and Away
My Choice 360
But I Smile Anyway
Art and Life
On the Land
Tucked Into a Corner
Scribble and Scrawl
Lady Lee Manila
Lines of Shadeau
The Recovering Know it All
Sue Vincent – Daily Echo
The Writer Next Door
Stuff and what if…
The Poetry Channel
Diary of a Soul Writer
Jane Dougherty Writes
Neel Anil Panicker of Neel Writes Blog
LOGO – Haiku Hub
Where to from Here?
This is a community. I would love to know what you would like to see on the hub. I suggest you begin by using this as a chance to give a little self intro and perhaps put in a link to a favorite haiku of your own that we can enjoy sharing.
Best wishes on you haiku journey and keep watching for future haiku fun.
But I want to write a haiku now!…
If you are looking to write a new haiku you may like to try my own weekly challenge…
TJ’s Household Haiku (a new prompt each Saturday) or head over to Ronovan Writes for his weekly challenge (New post each Monday)
Or add a link to your haiku in the comment section.
I will be posting some information on how to write haiku for the uninitiated. Get thinking seasons, nature and surprises…
Here are the most recent Haiku Hub Posts