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DailyHaiku Volume V: Cycles 9 & 10

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DailyHaiku V collects the work of DailyHaiku contributors from Spring 2010 to Spring 2011 (Cycles 9 and 10) in a visually stunning print journal format.

74 pages, perfect bound, 6"x9"
ISSN: 1913-3928
ISBN: 978-0-9868870-1-7

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This volume features a year of poems by: Joanne Chantelau, Ann K. Schwader, Deborah P. Kolodji, Jim Benz, Beverly A. Tift, Alan S. Bridges, Robert Epstein, Dietmar Tauchner, André Surridge, Carolyne Rohrig, Terri L. French Patrick M. Pilarski, Nicole Pakan ... and Matthew M. Cariello—winner of the 2011 DailyHaiku Editors' Choice Award.

Our invited poets for this volume are two important figures in contemporary English-language haiku: John Barlow and Penny Harter.

Special features include a personal, whimsical mythology of Neon Buddha Poems by Michael Dylan Welch and a translation feature by Antonella Filippi wherein she shares her haiku from the four seasons in Italian, alongside their English-language translations.

Editors' Choice Award

We are happy to announce the winner of the 2011 DailyHaiku Editors’ Choice Award, Matthew M. Cariello, for his haiku presented during Cycle 9, Week 17. Matthew's evocative haiku moments blend a sense of humanity with a profound appreciation for nature’s diverse cycles. We also wish to highlight the effectiveness of his technical and structural choices.

(First haiku of Cycle 9, Week 17)

The Editors' Choice Award award is given to the most exemplary and inspirational week of haiku published on the site during the previous year’s contributor cycles, as collected in the yearly print edition. It showcases what we believe to be haiku excellence.

Winners of the DailyHaiku Editors' Choice Award:

Back Issues

Back issues are always available for online purchase. Please select the desired issue below to place an order or view the volume's contents:

2010 2011 2012 (coming soon)

Volume IV (Cycles 7 & 8) Volume V (Cycles 9 & 10) Volume VI (Cycles 11 & 12)
2007 2008 2009

Volume I (Cycles 1 & 2) Volume II (Cycles 3 & 4) Volume III (Cycles 5 & 6)