haijinx welcomes Roberta Beary as the haijinx quarterly editor for haibun. To learn more about Roberta Beary’s work, please visit http://www.robertabeary.com/.
For each haijinx issue, you may submit up to 2 haibun. No single haibun should exceed 150 words. We do not consider any haibun that has been previously published or accepted for publication in any form. We do not consider any unpublished haibun which include previously published haiku or haiku which have been accepted for publication.
Please submit your best work in the body of an email to
shortpoems at gmail.com
with ‘haijinx haibun submission’ and your name in the subject line.
The submission deadline for the spring issue of haijinx quarterly is March 1st. For non-haibun submission, please visit our submissions page.
Shooting My Poetry Mouth Off
by Richard Krawiec
haijinx proudly announces the restart of its regular columns with the January 2011 edition of Richard Krawiec’s Shooting My Poetry Mouth Off. Please enjoy this new column today:
January 2011 • Third Column
Dear friends and fans of haijinx,
The summer issue of haijinx has obviously been delayed. Pressing personal and business matters have kept the editor, Mark Brooks, offline most of the summer and into autumn. Those issues resolved, Mark is back online now full time and production has resumed on the late issue.
The last week has seen some hiccups with the upgrade of WordPress and some of the site plug-ins have had to be disabled temporarily. Please excuse the mess. Once these issues are resolved, work will return to finalizing the late issue for its imminent release.
haijinx will be skipping the autumn issue this year. We will announce some changes to our publication schedule and activities for 2011 soon.