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For the Autumn 2017 issue we are open for submissions in the Traditional Haiga and the Challenge features:

Traditional Haiga: Our "Haiku this Haiga" section returns with two sumi-e doodles by resident artist Mary E. Rodning. Both are on this issue's Traditional Haiga page.

The deadline is for submission is 1 July 2017. Email your haiku to me at the following address with 'haiku this haiga' as your subject heading. Do specify which doodle you haiku is poeming, #1 or #2!.

paplinda [at] yahoo [dot] com

Haiga Challenge: Our theme for the next challenge will be "Water". Directions for poeming and submitting are as follows:

Create a haiga that in some way relates to the theme of Water. Your text may be haiku, tanka, or any haiku-related short form. For the image, we'd love to have a wide range of traditional ink brush paintings, western style drawings or paintings, digital and iPad app art, and photographs. Files should be in jpeg form, in a size no larger than 600 px wide or high, and 72 pixels/inch in resolution. Other sizes and resolutions will be reoptimized by the editor.

The deadline is 1 August 2017. Email your haiku to me at the following address with 'Water Challenge' as your subject heading.

paplinda [at] yahoo [dot] com


Guidelines and Parameters

Your entries should be unpublished and not under consideration for publication elsewhere. This includes not only publication in online and print journals but also works displayed where others can access them on social media, personal web pages, blogs, and at online workshop groups and forums.

Our Copyright Policy

Copyright to all work published in Haigaonline remains with the contributing author/artist, and that nothing in the issue may be copied, reproduced or republished without their written permission. Artists and authors are free to republish work when the issue is no longer current, but agree as a condition of acceptance to credit Haigaonline as the first place of publication.