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Books for sale on this site, go to the Order form Section


Books that I have authored ou co-authored or those for which I have assumed the direction of the collective or been part of a collective of less than 10 authors.

The cost is very reasonnable and excludes postage.

I'll let you know


Not much has happened in my literary life on the English side... since my Presentation for Haiku Canada Week End in Ottawa in May 2014. If something happens, I'll let you know.

Free reading but the reproduction...

All texts* on this Web site, signed by Janick Belleau, are available to Internauts... as long as, in all reproduction, written or verbal, the name of the author and the source are quoted.

* The word "texts" comprises feature articles, reviews, interviews, presentations, poems, prose, etc.

Note written on November 8, 2016 but applicable for all texts.

Member of Editorial Team, Gusts Tanka Canada

Since beginning of 2014 (issue 19), JB is a member of the Editorial Team of Gusts Tanka Canada, journal edited by poetess from Vancouver, Kozue UZAWA.

This Canada's First English Tanka Journal is a biannual publication. To visit the site, please click on Gusts Tanka Canada

New info: Ongoing since December 2014
Contact

Links

HAIKU, TANKA
Jane Reichhold's book, Those Women Writing Haiku (TWWH), published on Internet in 1998: A history of women who wrote haiku and tanka in Japan, Europe, United States and Canada – till the end of the 1990s. A supplement to Chapter Four has been introduced (November 2010) to include maintly contemporary French-writing women from Canada and France (two talks by Janick Belleau in English)


HAIKU, TANKA
United Haiku and Tanka Society (UHTS) is an International, US based, Society. Membership is open to anyone interested in haiku/tanka related forms, and their mixed-media art counterparts.

cattails, its online literary revue published three times a year (January, May, and September); it accepts submissions in the poets' mothertongue when an English version is provided.

The Society also sponsors contests.






HAIKU
Info on the only Canadian National Association of Haiku about its Annual Week End in May and its Betty Drevniok Award - a tribute to the woman (1917-1997) who was once President of this Society.

Actual President: Terry Ann Carter

HAIKU
Haiku International Association of Japan publishes a journal HI six times a year. Mainly in Japanese and English - these are translated in Japanese by a team in Tokyo.

HAIKU
Located in Tokyo, this Museum collects all literature on and about Haiku... since, at least, the first issue of the revue Hototogisu, created in 1897 and edited by the father of the Modern Haiku, Masaoka Shiki. One is privileged to visit the secrets vaults of the Museum.


Managed by the Association of Haiku Poets

HAIKU
Web site of Terebess Gábor from Hungary

To read International Haiku and feature articles, please visit Haiku in Western Languages

Haiku/International also offers numerous links towards other sites

HAIKU
Meguro International Haiku Circle in Tokyo

Monthly kukai led, since 2002 (?) and still as of 2016, by KOGANEI Yasuomi.

Each month, the Meguro publishes the haiku selected in the kukai. The haiku are written in English and also in the mother-tongue of the author, if so desired.

Poets outside Japan have to attend, at least one meeting, in order to be published on the Meguro site.

To also read the essay, entitled Four-Dimensional Haiku (4D Haiku) by Koganei-san, please go to the end of the Meguro pages.


TANKA
Literary magazine Gusts, Tanka Canada. Editor: Kozue UZAWA (Vancouver, B.C.). Biannual publication. Tanka in Engllish from all over the world and book reviews.

TANKA
Red Lights, a U.S. tanka journal with some book reviews. Editor Publisher : Marilyn Hazelton. Published twice a year.

TANKA
The Tanka Journal from Japan is dedicated to poems written in Japanese and/or English. Sometimes one will see poems in French or in Spanish.

Published twice a year by the Society of tanka poets of Japan (Nihon Kajin Club). Editor: YUKHI Aya

The Tanka Journal link is available through the New Zealand Poetry Society

TANKA
Ribbons is the official journal of the Tanka Society of America. Lots of tanka and some book reviews. Published three times a year.

TANKA
Atlas Poetica, a Journal of Poetry of Place in Contemporary Tanka

Keibooks is a small press owned and operated by the sailor-poet, M. Kei. It publishes tanka poetry journals, anthologies (Take Five: Best Contemporary Tanka), and collections via a combination of print-on-demand (POD) and ebook technologies. Back issues of the journal are available to read for free online