My first longer blog post after months of just posting my "haiga!"
Added this one to my haiku library today! The Classic Tradition of Haiku: An Anthology (Dover Thrift Editions) by Faubion Bowers http://smile.amazon.com/dp/0486292746/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_0.pnub1QA44RX
Priscilla's blog proves that girls just want to have fun ... in Paris, and she shows you how to do just that! http://theweekendinparis.com/
Heather Stimmler-Hall's "Secrets of Paris" newsletter had been guiding me through Paris for over a decade. http://www.secretsofparis.com/
Another great blog by a fellow American expat blogger: "Out and About in Paris."
American expat tour guide Monique Y. Wells leads a tour in Paris. As a couple, Monique and her husband also blog and write newsletters and books on exploring Paris--recommended. See: DiscoverParis.net
The Haiku Foundation has a haiku app! Haiku from our iPhone app
There is now a National Haiku Poetry Day, held in April each year! April 17, National Haiku Poetry Day, is a celebration of the genre of haiku, a kind of poetry whose origins date back a millennium in Japan; and more specifically, of English-language haiku, which has now been written for more than a century. Registered by Sari Grandstaff in 2007 and implemented as a project of The Haiku Foundation in 2012, it occurs in the heart of the United States’ celebration of National Poetry Month.
Roger Angell of The New Yorker writes haiku about his dog! Cool. See some of them here: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/06/02/andys-haikus
In this classic work, Hass looks at three Japanese haiku masters and gives us English versions of some of their best-loved work in: The Essential Haiku: Versions of Basho, Buson, & Issa (Essential Poets) by Robert Hass http://smile.amazon.com/dp/0880013516/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_vpLfub0KGWHT7