An Australian guide to writing haiku – published last month by the Sydney School of Arts & Humanities and offered for free download on our website – is proving popular with poets in the United States.
Author of A Haiku Workshop, Quendryth Young, recently received the following expression of praise and delight from Scott Mason, co-editor of the highly esteemed international haiku journal, The Heron’s Nest.
Your workshop is ABSOLUTELY SUPERB !!! It is lucid, engaging, informative, inspiring, entertaining and every other possible positive adjective I could heap upon it. And of course your own wonderful poems throughout are a sheer delight. I was bowled over, in particular, with the cumulative wonder and power of your haiku in the “five senses” section. This is a terrific resource which I shall shamelessly promote at every available opportunity. Brava!
If you haven’t yet downloaded A Haiku Workshop and would like to see what all the excitement is about, simply visit: www.ssoa.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Quendryth-Haiku-Workshop-1-1.pdf
And again, a huge thanks to Quendryth from everyone here at the Sydney School of Arts & Humanities. We applaud your generosity and enthusiasm in creating this valuable resource.