25.09.2012

A brand new haiku journal







Bones

a journal for new haiku




a brand new haiku journal, which is seeking for all kind of a haiku style:
“Gendai haiku / New haiku i.e haiku written from, within, for the 21st century and based in/sprung from the haijin's cultural, linguistic and historic reality. Haiku that takes the language seriously enough to be willing to blow it apart from the inside in order to show/discover/reveal new meanings and echoes. Haiku that stands on the firm ground of tradition but has internalized it and is now written for today and the future. Exploitative haiku. Connective haiku. In the West haiku can be fruitfully pollinated by what is called fragmentary poetry/short poetry/micro poetry. We are constantly asking the question: what is haiku in the 21st century and what can it become if it's not to fall in with the carpet and be a neat little thing you do with your left hand and read on get well-cards? ... if it's not to repeat the already repeated stuff. Single haiku & serial haiku. Haiku that dares claim its own language, imagery, space and now. Experiments of every kind. Surreal haiku. Fantastic haiku. Conceptual haiku in both form and content."

WEBSITE: Bones
YEARS: 2012
FORMAT: online
FREQUENCY: 2 p/yr
ISSUES: 2012: No 1 (November 15) 
               2013: No
ISSUES AVAILABLE ONLINE:
FOUNDER:
EDITOR/S: Sheila Windsor
                   Alan Summers
                   Johannes S. H. Bjerg
PUBLISHER:
COUNTRY: INTERNATIONAL
SUBMISSIONS: guidelines
                           with "Submission to bones" in the subject line, the works in the body of 
                           the email and as an attached file (doc, docx, odt, rtf)
                        E-mail: http://www.bonesjournal.com/submission.html
                        Address: undisclosed
                        Online form: NONE
DEADLINES: November 15 & May 15 (for haiku)
READING PERIOD: for essays; articles; papers – all-year round
PUBLISHES: Gendai haiku (new haiku); every kind of haiku; essays; articles; papers on new haiku
ACCEPTS: a maximum of 10 single haiku and/or 2 series/sequences of maximum 12 haiku; 
                 previously unpublished (works having been through an editorial process [by someone
                 else than the author him/herself] are considered as published, works published on
                 social media or private blogs are not considered published)
SUBSCRIPTIONS: internet publication
PAYMENTS: NONE
REVIEWS:
OTHER INFO: All rights remains with the author(s)






4 komentarze:

  1. Thanks for the announcement and look forward to submissions!

    Could you correct my name to: Alan Summers

    Otherwise people will think I'm a kigo come alive. :-)

    kind regards,

    Alan

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    1. Thanks so much, Alan, for dropping by in the third day of Fall.

      Firstly, I would like to apologize for my slip-up.
      What was the cause of my fall of proper orthography?
      Only my laptop knows.
      Anyway, there is no excuse for my err.

      And, of course, thank you for inviting to submit an entry.


      Wishing the Bones all the best for the many, many years on the Web!

      kind regards,
      Lech

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  2. Thanks Lech! I'm often turned into a kigo. :-)

    Hope you and your readers submit.

    Alan

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  3. You are very welcome Alan!

    Ah, That Kigo is very important in London, England, UK, and in the whole world of haiku!
    In many meanings!

    Well, in my mistake I made some kind of "cutting". :-)

    Surely, I'm going to submit my 10 haiku to the Bones. (It will be my submission to haiku magazine for the very first time!)

    Hope more submissions from Poland will find their destination in Bones' email-box.

    Lech

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