The contest is open to haiku submitted by high school students
in the United States and Canada during the 200304 academic
Each student may submit up to three haiku.3.
Each entrants haiku should be written in English on one
sheet of paper. The entrants name and address are to appear
in the upper left corner, and the name and address of the high
school plus the principals name are to be placed in the
upper right corner.4.
The haiku must be the original creation of the student who submits
Entries are to be sent to:
Haiku Scholarship Contest
PO Box 68
Lincoln, IL 62656-0068
Entries must be received (not only postmarked) by
March 1, 2004. No e-mail entries are allowed.
The haiku will be judged by the editors of Modern Haiku,
with the assistance of a panel of recognized haiku poets if
it is deemed desirable by the editors.
The winning haiku will be published in the summer 2004 issue
of Modern Haiku.
The decision of the judges will be final.
Entrants should keep a copy of their haiku as entries will not
Guidelines are available from Modern Haiku at the above
address or on the MH Web
site. Enclose an SASE with any requests or correspondence.