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April 19, 2014

No Longer Strangers

Portals - Tanka SundayFans of short-form poetry have two books to add to their collections: No Longer Strangers and Portals.

No Longer Strangers is an anthology from Haiku Northwest edited by Tanya McDonald, Marilyn Sandall, Michelle Schaefer and Angela Terry, with additional editing and an essay from Connie Hutchison, cover art by Dejah Leger and further heavy lifting by Dianne Garcia, William Scott Galasso and Michael Dylan Welch. The book includes poems by 78 contributors. For more information, including how to order ($15 plus postage), visit the Haiku Northwest No Longer Strangers page, where you can also see sample pages and other details.

Portals is the forthcoming Tanka Sunday anthology from the Tanka Society of America (TSA), edited by Michael Dylan Welch and Amelia Fielden. The 40-page anthology features 43 tanka by 25 contributors, including two translations by Steven D. Carter, and additional reminiscences by attendees of the 2013 TSA conference. All conference attendees will receive a free copy. For ordering information, keep an eye on the Tanka Society of American website or Facebook page.

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