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LEAF Issue Four Submissions Invited

We are thrilled to be announcing the next submission window for LEAF Issue Four open from 1st June to 1st July 2024. We are now a year old and very proud of the first three issues of LEAF. Thank you for all your support in creating such a beautiful and inspiring journal, now firmly established …

LEAF Issue Three has Arrived!

Welcome to our third issue of LEAF brimming with wonderful work and featuring inspiring writing in response to our U18s callout. LEAF is now firmly established as the Journal of THE DAILY HAIKU and I am very grateful to our editor Ravi Kiran and our commentary editors Keith Evetts and Marion Clarke. Enjoy reading LEAF …

LEAF Issue Three Submissions Invited

We are thrilled to be announcing the next submission window for LEAF Issue Three open from 1st February to 1st March 2024. Thank you again to our editor Ravi Kiran. Thank you too for all the enthusiasm, creativity and support from TDH members and we look forward to more wonderful work for LEAF Issue Three. …

LEAF Issue Two Has Arrived!

I am thrilled to announce the arrival of LEAF Issue Two, our Journal of THE DAILY HAIKU, edited brilliantly by Ravi Kiran, whose passion, energy and expertise have helped to establish and nurture LEAF. Thank you also to Keith Evetts who has again contributed a fantastic Haiku and Senryu Commentary and to Marion Clarke for …

LEAF Issue Two Submissions Invited

We are thrilled to announce that Submissions are now open throughout October 2023 for haiku and haiga for LEAF Issue Two which will be published in December. Please also share with friends who you think might be interested in submitting.   SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN until 31/10/23 Leaf – Journal of THE DAILY HAIKU – Issue …

The Daily Haiku & The Great Margin Collaboration

During 2021 The Daily Haiku partnered with The Great Margin an initiative by Paper Nations through Bath Spa University and Professor Bambo Soyinka. Below are the links: to the haiku films ‘I Even Dream in Haiku’ we made together, research into the writing process through the lens of the group ‘Is Haiku Your Cup of …