Haibun Today
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A Quarterly Journal
Jeffrey Woodward, Editor
Volume 5, Number 4, December 2011


In Memoriam

Janice M. Bostok
9 April 1942—4 September 2011

Janice Bostok

Photograph by Sharon Dean
at Queensland Poetry Festival, Brisbane, 2007


Janice M. Bostok, in the late 1960s, founded Australia's first haiku journal, Tweed, which she edited for nearly a decade. She co-edited, with John Bird in 1999, The First Australian Haiku Anthology. Author of 16 collections of haiku and other related forms, Janice won the Haiku Society of America Book Award in 1974 and placed first in the Seashell Game, a competition for most popular English-language haiku in 2002.

sun on the stepping stone the distance deceiving

J.M.B.



Janice M. Bostok at Haibun Today

Deaf and Dumb
Finding My Way
Stockyards
Epilogue
When Life Leaves

The Curious Incident of the Dog and the Birthday Cake: An Interview

Stepping Stones: An Interview

Review of Janice M. Bostok's Stepping Stones

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