Issue 35 and Reichhold Competition Results

Well, this is an issue Guest Edited by Michael H. Lester! Some absolutely wonderful work that closes all genre. Nicely done, and I am so grateful that he took the time to put together this great collection.

http://haikuhut.com/FailedHaikuIssue35.pdf

Also in this issue is a link to the results of the Third Annual Jane Reichhold Haiga Competition! Check out this months issue and you will find a link to the results along with commentaries by the judges.

Steve Hodge – Photographic

Lori Ann Minor – Mixed Media

Ron C. Moss – Traditional

I hope you will be as inspired as I was to see their selections! Congratulations to the winners!

7 thoughts on “Issue 35 and Reichhold Competition Results

  1. haikutec

    Great results! Thanks to Prune Juice journal and Failed Haiku journal for jointly running the Third Annual Jane Reichhold Haiga Competition!

    Delighted to see writers from our courses do so well in the contest, as well as appear regularly in Failed Haiku and Prune Juice publications, thank you!

    warm regards,
    Alan
    co-founder, Call of the Page

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  2. haikutec

    Great to see Prune Juice and Failed Haiku jointly run the Third Annual Jane Reichhold Haiga Competition! I’m delighted that some of the successful writers have also been on our courses.

    Great issue from Failed Haiku, and don’t forget to enjoy Prune Juice that has just come out, so spoilt by having both Failed Haiku and Prune Juice continue to deliver senryu in abundance!

    warm regards,
    Alan
    co-founder, Call of the Page

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  3. Alan Summers

    Great to have Prune Juice and Failed Haiku jointly run the Annual Jane Reichhold Haiga Competition and with great judges! And having Failed Haiku and Prune Juice come out jointly with great issues too!

    warm regards,
    Alan

    p.s. Great to see a number of writers, plus a very new one, who’ve been on our courses, get represented so well at Failed Haiku, thanks!

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  5. Michael H. Lester

    I am very grateful for the opportunity the ubiquitous and fabulous Mike Rehling gave me to guest edit the Guy Fawkes issue #35 of one of my absolutely favorite journals, Failed Haiku!

    I am also very grateful to all the poets who submitted their wonderful humorous failed haiku for this issue, keeping me busy and laughing for days!

    Congratulations to everyone and thanks to Mike! Keep on failing!

    Best wishes,
    Michael H. Lester

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