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The Haiku Chronicle is a podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features Haiku from Patricia McGuire and her contributing guests, as well as sharing knowledge on the evolution of Haiku, particularly English language Haiku and offering recommended reading for Haiku beginners and the experienced alike. Let’s Haiku together.

The Haiku Chronicle is a podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features Haiku from Patricia McGuire and her contributing guests, as well as sharing knowledge on the evolution of Haiku, particularly English language Haiku and offering recommended reading for Haiku beginners and the experienced alike. Let’s Haiku together.
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The Haiku Chronicle is a podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features Haiku from Patricia McGuire and her contributing guests, as well as sharing knowledge on the evolution of Haiku, particularly English language Haiku and offering recommended reading for Haiku beginners and the experienced alike. Let’s Haiku together.

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Episodes

S2E2: Childhood

1/21/2019
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The latest podcast from Haiku Pea on www.poetrypea.com This week our community write haiku and senryu on the topic of childhood. Haiku from around the world. Some to make you laugh, others might make you cry. Have a listen and join the community of writers Seeking submissions on the topic of Sport by the 11th February please.

Duration:00:20:39

Series 2 Episode 1: When Is A Haiku Not A Haiku?

1/7/2019
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In this first episode of series 2 of The Haiku Pea podcast from www.poetrypea.com we look at the origin of haiku as we know it today, compare western poetry of the time of haiku's global inception and try and figure out the meaning of a contemporary haiku. Next time a haiku special on childhood. For submissions go to the poetrypea website .

Duration:00:09:40

Yugen the mystery of the unknown

12/17/2018
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The latest haiku podcast from poetrypea.com . This week we are looking at the Japanese Aesthetic of yugen. Don't know what that is? Come along and find out. Featuring guests from India and Australia and inviting submissions for 2019. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our lovely listeners.

Duration:00:07:51

Episode 51: Wabi

11/5/2018
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the latest podcast from poetrypea.com This week thinking about the Japanese aesthetic, Wabi, featuring contemporary poets. If you would like to submit to the haiku pea podcast go to the submissions page on poetrypea.com and find out our topics for 2019.

Duration:00:08:49

Episode 49: Pain

10/22/2018
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the latest podcast from poetrypea.com. This week poets from around the world explore the topic of pain.

Duration:00:16:18

Episode 47 Sabi

10/8/2018
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the latest podcast from poetrypea.com. This week we are looking at Japanese Aesthetics, starting with Sabi. Can you feel the loneliness?

Duration:00:08:39

Episode 46: Remembering the Summer

10/1/2018
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A special podcast from poetrypea.com A poet in her own voice. Kate Alsbury features as this week's guest.

Duration:00:06:33

Episode 45: Cow Bells

9/24/2018
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The Latest podcast from poetrypea.com. Listen to the Swiss cow bells and hear the international English language haiku, including one from Switzerland! Looking for submissions on the topic of Childhood.

Duration:00:09:15

Episode 43 Making Sense Of The World

9/10/2018
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The latest podcast from www.poetrypea.com Travel the world with our haiku and senryu poets.

Duration:00:22:22

Episode 41: Innuendo

8/27/2018
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The latest podcast from www.poetrypea.com This week we're looking at the haiku technique double entendre, I don't think it should offend anyone, but if you are thinking of listening with younger children, have a listen yourself first and check.

Duration:00:07:57

Episode 39: Cameras, Cathedrals and Cherry Blossom

8/14/2018
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The latest podcast from the haiku pea at www.poetrypea.com Looking at haiku technique, narrowing the focus, featuring haiku poets from around the globe.

Duration:00:09:59

Episode 37: Summer in the mountains watching the tourists

7/30/2018
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The latest podcast from the haiku pea at www.poetrypea.com. This week we're looking at the haiku technique, "what, where and when" visiting France, Switzerland and Slovakia with our lovely haiku community. Come along with us... we'd love to have you.

Duration:00:09:01

Episode 36: Women

7/23/2018
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The latest podcast from www.poetrypea.com This one is a podcast special featuring various poets from around the world on the topic of women. Come along and find out what we have to say. Can you spot the mistake?

Duration:00:25:11

Episode 35: The Riddle of the Wildfire

7/17/2018
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The latest Haiku Pea Podcast from www.poetrypea.com The haiku technique of Riddles. Do you know how to write haiku using this technique? If not you can find out here...

Duration:00:11:01

Episode 34: Sharks, Squirrels and Bees

7/9/2018
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The latest Podcast from www.poetrypea.com. Have you discovered the haiku technique "as is above: is below"? No? Well this one might be a good listen for you.

Duration:00:09:24

Episode 33 The Colour of Money

7/2/2018
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The Latest Podcast from Haiku Pea with Guest poet Goran Gatalica, at www.poetrypea.com and a lot of help from my haiku friend Nicholas Klacsanzky. Today we are continuing to look at the haiku technique of synesthesia.

Duration:00:06:26

Episode 32: Can you smell the deer?

6/25/2018
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The Latest podcast from poetrypea.com Today we talk about synesthesia or sense switching, Our featured haiku Poet is Kate Alsbury from the USA.

Duration:00:08:08

Episode 31: Fly me to the moon

6/18/2018
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The Latest podcast from poetrypea.com Off we go to the moon via Zürich in Switzerland and the UK's city of culture, Hull. Learning how to write better haiku.

Duration:00:08:06

Episode 30: Lemons and Butterfies

6/11/2018
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The latest podcast from poetrypea.com Can you compare lemons and butterflies, blue skies and lemons? Listen and find out as today we travel from Zürich to Australia via the USA. The technique of comparison The technique of comparison sounds so easy. I read how Betty Drevniok in her hand written pamphlet Aware - a haiku primer (1) describes it, she says “think of two sides of the coin an image on one side – an image on the other side”.

Duration:00:09:22

Episode 29 Cola, poppies and holidays

6/4/2018
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The latest podcast from The Haiku Pea www.poetrypea.com

Duration:00:09:42