How to Haiku
articles and information
Here is a collection of articles about and how to write haiku. I hope something here will prove helpful to you. \o/ Jane
Fragment and Phrase Theory
Haiku Rules That Have Come and Gone -
Take Your Pick
Haiku Techniques by Jane Reichhold
A Discussion about the "Old pond" Haiku by Basho
Metaphor in Basho's Haiku by Jane Reichhold
Berry Blue Haiku
Magazine for Young Readers
The Why In The Way Of Haiku
Apples, Apples and Haiku or Why We Don't Need Senryu Jane Reichhold
Senryu As a Dirty Word
Links To The Past - An Article about Shiki
Haiku Education: An Oxymoron
Jane Attends a Poetry Class
Talk given at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, California on April 28, 2009
Talk for ukiaHaiku Festival May 1, 2005
To the Poets at the November, 1992, HPNC Meeting,
Ami Kaye Interviews Jane Reichhold
An Interview with Jane Reichhold by D. S. LLITERAS
Dialogue with a Poet: Jane Reichhold
Nanette Wylde of San Francisco Interview
Robert Wilson Interview for Simply Haiku
ABOUT JANE REICHHOLD
Jane Reichhold was born in Lima, Ohio, 1937 and grew up in Rockford and Pandora. She attended Bluffton College, Ohio and Fresno State University, Fresno, California. She is the mother of three children – Heidi, Bambi, and Hans. Jane owned a ceramic workshop studio in Dinuba, CA 1967-1971. She moved to Hamburg, West Germany in 1971 when she married Werner Reichhold. There she became the first American woman artist accepted into Deutsche Kunstlerbund [German Artists' Organization]. Back in the States in 1987 she founded AHA Books Publishing Company, and the magazine Mirrors International Haiku Forum.She started the Tanka Splendor Awards (previously named Mirrors International Tanka Awards) in 1989, a contest which continues yearly. Co-Editor, with Werner Reichhold, of LYNX, a journal for linking poets with renga, ghazals, haibun, and tanka since 1993 the pair has offered poets a valuable online presence since 2000. She had previously put AHA!POETRY on the web on December 7th ,1995. Jane Reichhold was twice winner of the Museum of Haiku Literature Award in Tokyo and three-time winner of a Haiku Society of America Merit Book Award: Tigers In A Tea Cup, Silence, and A Dictionary of Haiku. Winner of numerous haiku awards, including second place in the 1987 Japan Air Lines contest and in the Itoen Tea Company Award in 1992. She has published over thirty books of tanka, renga, haiku and other poetry and her papers are being archived at the American Haiku Archives in the State Library of California, in Sacramento, California.
Shadows on an Open Window, 89 pp., Humidity Productions: 1979.
Books of Translation with Hatsue Kawamura
White Letter Poems by Saito Fumi, AHA Books:1998.
She was a twice winner of the Museum of Haiku Literature Award [Tokyo]. Three-time winner of a Haiku Society of America Merit Book Award: Tigers In A Tea Cup, Silence, and A Dictionary of Haiku. Winner of numerous haiku awards, including second place in the 1987 Japan Air Lines contest and in the Itoen Tea Company Award in 1992.