Haiku Pea is a poetry podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features haiku and senryu and other Japanese short form poetry. There are lots of free writing resources, workshops from experts, readings of original poetry, haiku and senryu, as well as prompts and writing exercises. You can submit your haiku or senryu to Patricia and be featured on the podcast and in the Poetry Pea Journals. Let’s write together.
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this time on poetry pea we have a presentation of haiku from Eve castle, featuring a variety of poets from around the world. Thei poems illustrate the relationship between the external weather and our personal inner weather. In addition to that we ha... more
poetrypea.com invites Peter Jastermsky to talk poetry, particularly Split Sequences. These are a relatively new form of poem, utilising haiku and senryu. Want to know more about it, directly from its founder? Hopefully you will encouraged to give it ... more
poetrypea.com presents a podcast with original haiku, senryu and short poetry using food.Our panel of poets has read all te poetry submitted for this topic and have chosen the poems that best represent the writing of Japanese short poetry using food ... more
Such a delightful show with a caring and lovely host. There is so much inspiration in each episode that I now feel completed to start writing them rather just enjoy listening to them.
A poet herself, Patricia McGuire features an ever-growing, international group of haiku poets, new and established. In poet interviews she discusses with her guests writing and editing processes and defining characteristics of haiku verse. She seems prepared to try a different view, to continue learning while educating and challenging her listeners to develop their craft; perhaps to challenge our assumptions, too. Haiku Pea is aptly named, a green space imbued with grace and bustling with activi... more
Patricia talks simply about aspects of haiku and senryu. You can send submissions of your own haiku and senryu which she will consider for publication.
In her first podcast, the creator of Poetry Pea set herself a personal goal of writing one haiku daily; a larger goal was to create a supportive writing community, one in which we grow and learn together. Her podcasts introduce haiku techniques and acquaint us with both ancient masters and current haiku poets. Equally important, Poetry Pea affords us the opportunity to share our own haiku. As Patricia says, when we send work to her for consideration, we can be sure that it is going to a “safe pl... more
An excellant podcast and site as well. Interesting, intelligent, and curious... I highly recommend it.
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Haiku Pea launched 5 years ago and published 147 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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