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RESOURCES

Welcome to our Haiku and Poetry Resources page, a serene space dedicated to the art of concise and evocative expression. Here, you will find a curated selection of guides, prompts, and inspiration to help you craft beautiful haikus and poems. Whether you are an experienced poet or just beginning your lyrical journey, our resources are designed to ignite your creativity and refine your skills. Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of poetry and discover the power of words in their most distilled form.

Dive in and discover the valuable content we've assembled to help you achieve your goals and stay ahead in your field.

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Haiku Society of America

The Haiku Society of America is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1968 promoting the writing and appreciation of haiku in English. Membership is open to all readers, writers, and students of haiku.

The Haiku Society of America is composed of haiku poets, editors, critics, publishers, and enthusiasts dedicated to promoting the creation and appreciation of haiku and related forms among its members and the public. Fostering association, friendship, communication, and mutual support among haiku poets in the United States and around the world. 

Learn more at https://www.hsa-haiku.org

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Graceguts

Graceguts.com is a personal website curated by Michael Dylan Welch, a prominent figure in the haiku and poetry community. The site serves as a comprehensive repository for Welch's literary works, essays, reviews, and commentary on haiku and other poetic forms. It offers an extensive collection of resources for poetry enthusiasts, including articles on the art and craft of haiku, translations, event reports, and book reviews. Additionally, Graceguts.com features Welch's own creative writings, providing insight into his contributions to contemporary poetry and his engagement with the haiku tradition. The site is a valuable resource for both seasoned poets and newcomers interested in exploring the nuances of haiku and related genres.

Learn more at www.graceguts.com

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