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Blossom Moon: Waukesha Haiku Group
Edited by Lee Gurga & Kelly Sauvage Angel

Modern Haiku Press, 2020

Wisconsin has an exalted status in the annals of English-language haiku. The first haiku magazine, American Haiku, was published in Platteville by James Bull and Donald Eulert in 1963. Robert Spiess, who was editor of the journal Modern Haiku from 1978 until 2002, lived in Middleton. Gayle Bull, owner of Foundry Books in Mineral Point, hosted the Cradle of American Haiku Festival from 2003 until 2018. And now we have three dynamic haiku groups, including Dan Schwerin’s monthly haiku gatherings in Waukesha, to add to the glory of Wisconsin haiku.

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