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What's New

The following is a list of key changes or additions to this site. If you have suggestions for additions or corrections to this site, please contact Webmaster Michael Dylan Welch.

 

March 20, 2017: The American Haiku Archives now has a Facebook page.

March 17, 2017: Bruce Ross added to the list of major donors.

January 17, 2017: Added memorial for Kevin Starr.

August 15, 2016: Added honorary curator page featuring Haruo Shirane.

July 30, 2015: Added honorary curator page featuring Ruth Yarrow.

November 22, 2014: Added an animated feature of Marlene Mountain's "unaloud haiku" poetry at the end of her sample haiku.

November 20, 2014: Added honorary curator page featuring honorary curator, Marlene Mountain.

November 21, 2013: added a haibun by Patricia Machmiller about Mr. & Mrs. Tokutomi.

July 20, 2013: Added honorary curator page featuring honorary curator, Charles Trumbull.

July 18, 2013: Ce Rosenow joins the AHA board.

July 3, 2013: Added interview with Makoto Ueda, Honorary Curator, 2004–2005.

September 18, 2012: Added honorary curator page featuring honorary curator, LeRoy Gorman.

July 28, 2011: Added honorary curator page featuring former honorary curator, Cor van den Heuvel. This page includes a featured presentation of his famous minimalist haiku, "tundra".

July 15, 2011: Patricia J. Machmiller and Mellissa Allen join our board.

April 9, 2011: American Haiku Archives Tour at the California State Library in Sacramento.

April 2, 2011: Added special online exhibit featuring donors Kiyoko & Kiyoshi Tokutomi.

July 28, 2010: Added honorary curator page featuring Gary Snyder.

July 10, 2010: Updated several haiku links including changed journal web sites addresses.

August 20, 2009: Added link to World Kigo Database.

July 28, 2009: Added honorary curator page featuring Stephen Addiss.

June 21, 2009: Updated Paul O. Williams web page memorializing his death on June 2, 2009.

February 18, 2009: Added haiku journal links to Roadrunner magazine.

November 10, 2008: Added selected haiku and links to the Francine Porad honorary curator page, and added selected haiku to the William J. Higginson honorary curator page.

October 15, 2008: Added special announcement for Memorium to William J. Higginson and his honorary curator page.

September 16, 2008: Added honorary curator page featuring Elizabeth Searle Lamb.

September 8, 2008: Added honorary curator page featuring George Swede and an essay by George Swede called, "Tracks in the Sand."

August 1, 2008: Added honorary curator page featuring Jerry Kilbride.

February 1, 2008: The American Haiku Archivesis officially launched.

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