My Haiku pages are constantly being updated.
Please come back again as I add more to it ...
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James Ricklef
Also, check out the following online resources for more information about Haiku:

Haiku Society of America is composed of Haiku poets, editors, critics, publishers, and

World Haiku Association is another Haiku organization with a valuable website.

Haiku for People provides a great deal of information on the subject too.

HaikuSpirit has a wealth of valuable articles about Haiku and related poetic forms.

Simply Haiku is an E-Journal of Haiku and Related Forms

The Heron’s Nest is a quality monthly journal of Haiku.

Bottle Rockets is a magazine dedicated to Haiku, Senryu, and related poetry

Modern Haiku is an “Independent Journal of Haiku and Haiku Studies”

Tiny Words publishes a Haiku per day (almost).   

Haiku of Kobayashi Issa is a website that offers an archive of over 7,000 poems by Kobayashi
Issa, one of the four foremost poets of Japanese haiku tradition.  It also provides valuable
information about Haiku in general as well as about Issa himself.

Finally, if you want something a little different, how about
SciFaiku   -- short, minimal poems
about science and science-fiction topics.
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