Publications

Haiku publications (or haiku + other forms)

NEW ZEALAND

Kokako:
Is published twice a year, and includes haiku, senryu, tanka, renga and related forms. Deadline: Reading periods November 1- February 1 (for April publication) and May 1- July 1 (for September). Submit preferably by email, sending 1 submission of 10 poems/haibun only in the body of the email and not as an attachment.
Submit: By email or post to Patricia Prime, 42 Flanshaw Rd, Te Atatu South, Auckland 0610, New Zealand.
Subscription: $NZ30/year ($US30 or $A30 for overseas). Cheque/money order to Patricia Prime.

Valley MicroPress:
Is published 10 times a year, welcomes all forms of short poetry.
Submit: At any time to Editor Tony Chad or post to: 165A Katherine Mansfield Drive, Whiteman’s Valley, Upper Hutt 5371, New Zealand.
Subscription: $35 a year (including post within NZ). Cheque to the editor. For full details, including overseas subscription rates, email the Editor (it is possible to subscribe to a pdf version and save postage). Australians can subscribe online, email the Editor for details.

AUSTRALIA

Creatrix:
Publishes 4 times a year online.
Submit: For full details see the website (scroll down).

FreeXpresSion:
Published monthly as a pdf for subscribers, includes a section for haiku and haibun.
Submit: Send up to 5 haiku to Haiku Editor Cynthia Rowe including your postal address, or write to 46 Fletcher Street, Woollahra, NSW 2025, Australia.
Subscription: For details email the editor, Peter Pike.

Windfall:
Published once a year, print only. Only Australian haiku poets may submit.
Submit: July only. For full details, including subscription costs, see this website.

AFRICA

The Mamba:
Published twice a year by the Africa Haiku Network. Submissions welcome from poets outside Africa.
Submit: For full details see the website.

AUSTRIA

Chrysanthemum:
Published twice a year online in both German and English and includes haiku, senryu, tanka and haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

BRITAIN

Ardea:
Published online only, in all languages (with translations into or from English) and includes haiku, senryu, tanka, haiga, haibun and renku.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Blithe Spirit:
Published 4 times a year, principally a journal for members of the British Haiku Society.
Submit: For full details see the website.

ephemerae:
Published 4 times a year in print, includes all Japanese forms, including prose and sequences. Submission windows are the months of March, June, September and December. Annual subscriptions are £16 (UK), £27 (Europe) and £32 (rest of the world). Any queries to the editor.
Submit: Send up to 8 unpublished pieces to editor Shrikaanth Krishnamurthy.

Haiku Scotland:
A free email journal published 5 times a year, and includes haiku, senryu and tanka. See reviews of past issues here.
Submit: Send up to 8 poems to editor Frazer Henderson.

Hedgerow:
Published in print once a quarter, includes haiku, senryu and tanka.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Ink Sweat & Tears:
Published online with a section of haiku, tanka, haibun and haiga.
Submit: For full details see the website. Look in the right-hand menu for “Haibun, Haiku & Haiga”.

Presence:
Published three times a year, and includes haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun and renga.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Time Haiku:
Published twice a year, deadline end of October, end of February. £12/$US25 for 2 issues (outside Britain) including two editions of the Time Haiku Newsletter and the annual Tanka Pool.
Submit: To editor Diana Webb by e-mail. For reviews of past copies go to this website.

Wales Haiku Journal:
Published online on a rolling basis. For traditional, modern, and experimental haiku, haibun and haiga/photo haiku.
Submit: For full details see the website.

CANADA

Haiku Canada Newsletter:
Published 3 times a year and includes haiku. Open to non-members (membership is $C25/year).
Submit: By e-mail to Editor LeRoy Gorman, or post to 51 Graham West, Napanee, Ontario, Canada K7R 2J6. For full details see the website (scroll down the page a little).

Halibut:
Published online, for haiku, senryu, tanka and related forms. One piece published at a time.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Never Ending Story:
For haiku and tanka. All poems translated into “Chinese” by editor Chen-ou Liu and published on the blog and Twitter. Annual e-book anthologies produced – Butterfly Dream (haiku) and One Man’s Maple Moon (tanka).
Submit: For full details see the website.

INDIA

Haiku Sansaar:
Published online, includes haiku’s related forms and is bilingual in English and Hindi.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Sonic Boom:
Published online three times a year for “writing that explodes”. The Paper Lanterns section features haiku, senryu, tanka and haibun. Haiga may fit the Visual Art category.
Submit: For full details see the website.

The Sunflower Collective:
includes haiku and tanka.
Submit: At any time, see the website for details.

Taj Mahal Review:
Published twice a year, includes haiku and artworks.
Submit: Full details from the website.

INTERNATIONAL

Bones:
Published twice a year online. New haiku (gendai), sequences and essays.
Submit: For full details see the website.

cattails:
Published twice a year online for haiku/senryu, tanka, haibun and, from October 2018, haiga.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Living Haiku Anthology:
An ongoing collection of work in poet ‘portfolios’, previously published work and/or winners of significant haiku competitions are fine. All contributions must include full citations including venue, date and URL.
Submit: For full details see the website.

seashores:
Published twice a year in print for haiku/senryu and essays.
Submit: Details from the website.

Seven by Twenty:
Published on Twitter, looks for “very, very, very short literature”. Haiku and senryu welcome.
Submit: Details from the website.

Under the Basho:
Published in an annual form on December 1, featuring haiku in 5 distinct styles (explained on the website).
Submit: For full details see the website.

World Haiku:
An annual production for members of the World Haiku Association (see membership fees).
Submit: For full details see the website.

World Haiku Review:
Published twice a year online, includes haiku, haiga and haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

IRELAND

Haiku Spirit:
An online bilingual (English and French) site to share your haiku (not a journal any longer).
Submit: For full details see the website.

Shamrock:
Published 3 times a year online, the journal of the Irish Haiku Society, featuring haiku, senryu and haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

ITALY

Incense Dreams:
Published 3 times a year online, for haiku, senryu, tanka and kyoka, as well as haiga.
Submit: For full details see the website. See the journal here (submission details at the end).

JAPAN

Asahi Haikuist Network:
Twice-monthly English-language column in a bi-lingual newspaper.
Submit: Haiku for the season to David McMurray. For full details see the website.

Ginyu:
Published 4 times a year with an English section. A selection is published online.
Submit: By e-mail to Editor Ban’ya Natsuishi. For full details see the website.

Mainichi Daily News:
An English-language daily newspaper which publishes online a selection of haiku.
Submit: For full details see the website.

NOON: journal of the short poem:
Published online 2 or 3 times a year.
Submit: For full details see the website.

UNITED STATES

Acorn:
Published twice a year, haiku only.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Akitsu Quarterly:
Published 4 times a year, haiku, haibun, haiga and brushwork.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Ant Ant Ant Ant Ant:
Published once a year (about), includes experimental haiku. Issues are handmade and feature 1 poet only (60 haiku). Send 50-100 haiku at a time.
Submit: By e-mail to editor Chris Gordon or post to PO Box 3158, Eugene, OR 97403-0158, USA.

Autumn Moon Haiku Journal:
Published twice a year. Poems should have an emphasis on feeling connected to nature and, if seasonal, match that issue’s season.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Bear Creek Haiku:
Published irregulary throughout the year, seems to be circulated to an email list.
Submit: Submission/inquiries to editor Ayaz Daryl Nielsen. Also see his blog where some work appears.

Beechwood Review:
Published when 100 pages of content have been accepted. Will consider haiku, senryu, tanka, renku and haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Bottle Rockets:
Published twice a year; also a publishing house, accepts haiku, senryu, tanka.
Submit: For full details see the website.

#FemkuMag:
Published monthly online, also available in print. Senryu and haiku by women.
Submit: For full details see the website.

First Literary Review – East:
Published online, looking for poems of 16 lines and fewer.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Frameless Sky:
Published twice a year online and on DVD. Send haiku, senryu, tanka and/or kyoka.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Frogpond:
The journal of the Haiku Society of America, published 3 times a year with a sampler online. Accepts submissions from non-members, includes haiku, senryu and renku.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haiku Commentary:
Published regularly (several per month). Nicholas Klachsanzky writes commentaries for submitted haiku and senryu.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Hedgerow:
Published 4 times a year in print for short poems of all kinds, including haiku, tanka, haiga, etc.
Submit: For full details see the website.

is/let:
An ever-expanding gallery of work, so no publications dates and submission dates.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Lyrical Passion:
Published online featuring haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, haiga and tan renga, among others. A $US50 prize for the best haiku and tanka published a year.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Mayfly:
Published twice a year, haiku only. Pays $US10/haiku for snail mail submissions; or a $US10 credit to Brooks Books for email submissions.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Modern Haiku:
Published 3 times a year and is primarily a paper journal. Pays $US5 per printed page or part thereof for essays and longer reviews, and $US10 for each haiga.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Otata:
Published online on the last day of the month. For haiku and short poems.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Pulse:
For work about health care. A new haiku appears on the Pulse home page every other week. Each haiku remains there for one week before taking up residence in the Haiku Collection. Real experiences preferred.
Submit: For full details see the website (scroll down to the haiku section at the bottom).

Shot Glass Journal:
Published three times a year online. For poems of 16 lines and fewer.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Stardust Haiku:
Published monthly online. Each month has a theme.
Submit: For full details see the website.

The Bamboo Hut:
Published three times a year online, describes itself as a journal of tanshi (traditional, contemporary and experimental haiku, senryu, tanka, gogyoshi, sedoka, dodoitsu, ryuka, monostitch and any other variation) for poetry 1-6 lines long.
Submit: For full details see the website.

The Heron’s Nest:
Published 4 times a year online and in an annual paper anthology.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Tinywords:
Collections gathered twice a year and then published daily on a rolling basis, includes haiku, tanka and haibun. Paper issues also available.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Senryu publications

Failed Haiku – a Journal of English Senryu:
Publishes every month online. Includes haibun and haiga.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Prune Juice:
Published 3 times a year online. Includes haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Tanka publications

Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society:
Members only, but free to join.
Submit: For full details see the website.

American Tanka:
Published twice a year.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Atlas Poetica:
Published three times a year, tanka/waka/kyoka and its variants, sets and sequences. Poetry of place.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Eucalypt:
Published twice a year. Printed on hanno silk paper.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Gusts:
Published twice a year by Tanka Canada ($US25 for annual membership). Members only.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Moonbathing, a Journal of Women’s Tanka:
Published twice a year in print, accepting work from women only.
Submit: For full details see this website.

Red Lights:
Published twice a year (deadlines April 15 and November 15); also accepts tanka sequences and tan-renga.
Submit: Up to 10 poems. Queries, submissions or purchases to/from editor Marilyn Hazelton. The Facebook page has a few details.

Ribbons:
Published 4 times a year by the Tanka Society of America. Accepts submissions from non-members.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Skylark:
Published twice a year, print only. Also accepts tanka sequences, tanka prose, responsive tanka, etc.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haibun publications

Contemporary Haibun Online:
Published 4 times a year online.
Submit: For full details (quite particular) see the website.

Haibun Today:
Published quarterly. Previously published work accepted.
Submit: For full details see the website.

KYSO Flash:
Published 3 times a year online. Note the $US5 ‘admin fee’ for up to 5 pieces.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Narrow Road:
Published 3 times a year online.
Submit: For full details see the inaugural issue (p49).

The Other Bunny:
Published online as work is accepted. For ‘alternative’ haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haiga publications

DailyHaiga:
Submit: For full details see the website.

Frameless Sky:
Published twice a year online. Haiku or tanka with art.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haiga Online:
Published twice a year online. Submissions should be relevant to the northern seasons. Each issue includes a workshop section.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Kuniharu Shimizu is the judge of haiga submissions to the World Haiku Association. Results posted monthly; all forms of haiga considered.
Submit: For full details see the website.

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