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Haiku Pea

152 episodes - English - Latest episode: 9 days ago - ★★★★★ - 14 ratings

Haiku Pea is a poetry podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features haiku and senryu and other Japanese short form poetry. There are lots of free writing resources, workshops from experts, readings of original poetry, haiku and senryu, as well as prompts and writing exercises. You can submit your haiku or senryu to Patricia and be featured on the podcast and in the Poetry Pea Journals. Let’s write together.

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S5E18: Original haiku & senryu using contrast

September 19, 2022 22:05 - 44 minutes - 40.7 MB

poetrypea.com presents splendid haiku & senryu using contrast in their juxtaposition. Patricia reads a selection, more will be in the Poetry pea Journal. Listen to them here on the podcast or on our YouTube page. Roger Watson and Ronald K Craig, who received 1st place in The Tenth Annual Peggy Willis Lyles Haiku Awards – 2022 in the Heron’s Nest, are here to give their nominations for the Judges' choice and this time I'll make a nomination too. Will you agree with us, I wonder? Let me know.

S5E17: Haiku to get your juices flowing

September 05, 2022 07:00 - 13 minutes - 12.8 MB

Poetry Pea haiku podcasts at poetrypea.com presents the latest Haiku Pea Podcasts. This time a selection of haiku to inspire you when you are making submissions to Poetry Pea in October. Our topic this time is freestyle. Any haiku or senryu you like.

S5E16:The vulgar, the commonplace and the Taboo

August 21, 2022 09:39 - 48 minutes - 44.8 MB

This time on poetrypea.com we bring you original work, some of Linda's favourites from July's video prompt on YouTube and then work befitting the title of the episode. It is a podcast I wouldn't listen to with small children. The clue is in the title, expect bad language and topics that are very moving.

S5E15 Writing your haiku with Depth

August 06, 2022 15:10 - 37 minutes - 34.7 MB

poetrypea.com presents a workshop with Joshua Gage, editor of the Otoroshi Journal. It's a podcast for all poets but particularly haiku and senryu poets. Do you know how to add depth to your poetry using the vertical and horizontal axis? Joshua will give you so many ideas. Hope you enjoy it.

S5E14 Original Haiku & Senryu using Memories

July 18, 2022 06:30 - 39 minutes - 36.1 MB

poetrypea represents a selection of original work in which the poetry writing community express themselves by using their memories. It's an often moving and funny selection which shows that although we are a global community we have lots that connects us. Thanks for listening and if you haven't written yet, why not have a go next time. Submission details on on the website.

S5E13: Haiku using contrast

July 06, 2022 08:25 - 23 minutes - 21.7 MB

Patricia at poetrypea.com, has noticed that haiku poets rarely use the juxtaposition technique of contrast, and yet it's a highly effective way of writing your haiku. Here she explores the technique through an analysis of a number of haiku

S5E12 Original Speculative Haiku & Senryu

June 20, 2022 06:00 - 46 minutes - 42.4 MB

poetrypea.com presents a selection of original haiku & senryu written by poets from around the globe. What is speculative poetry? Sci-fi, horror, fantasy and science related. Come and be amazed and horrified, does someone get eaten? Well have a listen and find out!

S5E11: Vulgar Haiku

June 06, 2022 06:00 - 57 minutes - 52.7 MB

poetrypea.com presents haiku with a vulgar theme. The presentation is by Keith Evetts who is the current editor of Re:Virals at the Haiku Foundation. The aim is to show how vulgarity has been a theme of haiku through the ages, but has the way we have expressed this vulgarity changed? We'll talk about how far you can go before you cross over into offensive or disgusting, we'll even have a disagreement. Can you spot it? Hope you enjoy it, but take care the language is a little more salty than ...

S5E10: Writing haikus like Jack Kerouac

May 16, 2022 05:00 - 40 minutes - 37.3 MB

This time on Haiku Pea from poetrypea.com our community of poets, inspired by Jack Kerouac, write original haiku & senryu. A great place for poets to listen to original work and perhaps find a group of poets they would like to write with. I hope you enjoy it and next time if you haven't already submitted you can join us as one of our lovely poets.

S5E9: How to use memories in haiku

May 02, 2022 07:00 - 54 minutes - 50.3 MB

On The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com Patricia is joined by the award winning haiku poet Roberta Beary who is giving a workshop on the use of Memory in our haiku. It's inspiring... I hope it inspires you to write some haiku and submit to Poetry Pea. Check out the submission topics and deadlines on the website. The workshop will answer these questions and more: What resources do you have in your writer's workbox? Should you write about events straight away? What is important in craf...

S5E8: Original haiku and senryu with punctuation

April 18, 2022 07:00 - 45 minutes - 41.4 MB

This time on the haiku pea podcast from poetrypea.com our community of writers and poets have pushed the boundaries of haiku & senryu and added punctuation. I'm joined by Richard Matta, Steve Ullom, Mark Scott, Jason Furtak and Allyson Whipple for a discussion. Have a listen... have we converted you?

S5E7:Scifaiku

April 04, 2022 00:00 - 30 minutes - 28.1 MB

This time at poetrypea.com Poetry Pea presents a writer's workshop on scifaiku or speculative haiku with the renowned expert Deborah P Kolodji. But it's not just about scifi... there's some great writing advice in this podcast.

S5E6: Original Haiku using colour

March 21, 2022 08:00 - 52 minutes - 47.8 MB

On the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com this week our community judges review and discuss the submissions of haiku using colour. Who will win the prestigious Judges Choice... You can listen here, or onPoetry Pea's YouTube channel. Check out the website for lots of free writing resources.

S5E5: Write like Jack Kerouac

March 07, 2022 00:00 - 53 minutes - 48.8 MB

poetrypea.com presents a workshop to celebrate Jack Kerouac, featuring Stanford M Forrester of bottle rockets press. Stanford is an authority on the poetry of Kerouac, whose centenary we are celebrating in this podcast. He will take you through some of his favourite Kerouac haikus and along the way you'll get great insight and some tips for writing super haikus. Do join us and tell us what you think.

S5E4: Haiku Punctuation!

February 21, 2022 00:00 - 43 minutes - 39.8 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com Allyson Whipple joins Patricia for a workshop on punctuation. Hope it inspires you to submit your haiku and senryu to Poetry Pea.

S5E3: 5 Favourite Haiku and other poems

February 07, 2022 00:00 - 40 minutes - 37.5 MB

Lots of poems on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com. Richard Tice reads his 5 favourite haiku and we discover Patricia's top poems from Autumn 2021 and the poems Linda has chosen from the Poetry Pea YouTube channel prompt for November and December 2021. A poem packed episode.

S5E2: Haiku at the old pond

January 17, 2022 00:00 - 15 minutes - 13.9 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com presents a new feature "Linda's picks" haiku and senryu from the Poetry Pea YouTube channel and we hear some of Patricia's favourites from the Poetry Pea Journal 2021, plus more exciting news from Pea Towers.

S5E1: Colour in your haiku

January 03, 2022 00:00 - 20 minutes - 18.7 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com presents a workshop on the use of colour in haiku and senryu. You can find out what emotions colour evoke, what they suggest to your reader, how to make your poetry pop with colour. You are invited to listen and then to write some haiku and senryu. See the website for details.

S4E24:Haiku across the ponds

December 20, 2021 08:00 - 22 minutes - 20.8 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com brings you wonderful original haiku and senryu from around the world. As a special bonus Stanford M Forrester from bottle rockets journal makes a special guest appearance.

S4E23: Haiku Masters of Melancholy

December 06, 2021 00:00 - 41 minutes - 37.7 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com presents a reading from Peter Jastermsky and Bryan Rickert of their book "Just Dust and Stone" and Patricia brings you some of James Young's favourite haiku and senryu from the Poetry Pea YouTube channel's monthly prompts.

S4E22: Original Long Haiku

November 15, 2021 08:00 - 42 minutes - 38.8 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea podcast from poetrypea.com a huge selection of original long haiku written by poets from around the globe. We'd love you to join in with us... please go to the website and sign up for our mailings to find out what we're writing about next. If you enjoy our podcast please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and I’d be very grateful. Thank you. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Poetrypea

S4E21: Haiku are seasonal... aren't they?

November 01, 2021 08:00 - 18 minutes - 17.1 MB

A workshop from poetrypea.com: what do seasons bring to your haiku? There are a few questions for you too... I hope you enjoy it. Let me know. If you do enjoy it why not swing by our website and buy me a coffee?

S4 E20: Our Best Haiku

October 18, 2021 07:00 - 46 minutes - 42.9 MB

This time on The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com the community of poets write their best haiku and senryu. Perhaps you'd like to join us next and write your best haiku?

Call for submissions: Long Haiku

October 01, 2021 10:30 - 1 minute - 1.1 MB

Call for submission to the Poetry Pea Journal of Haiku and Senryu at poetrypea.com Listen hear to find out what we're looking for

S4E19: Happy Haiku Birthday

September 30, 2021 09:29 - 18 minutes - 17 MB

This time The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com celebrates its 4th birthday. Patricia is joined by Matt Synder, Craig Kittner and James Young for a renku and the award winning poet Debbie Strange reads to us from her latest book "The Language of Loss".

Happy Haiku Birthday

September 30, 2021 09:29 - 18 minutes - 17 MB

This time The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com celebrates its 4th birthday. Patricia is joined by Matt Synder, Craig Kittner and James Young for a renku and the award winning poet Debbie Strange reads to us from her latest book "The Language of Loss".

S4E18: Original haiku using Place Names

September 20, 2021 07:00 - 39 minutes - 36.2 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com features original short form poetry from poets around the globe. This time we've all been focussing on writing poetry including place names. It's a veritable travel plan and you will certainly find somewhere to add to your bucket list. I know I did.

S4E17: Long Haiku featuring Mark Gilbert

September 06, 2021 07:00 - 39 minutes - 36.6 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetry pea.com feature Mark Gilbert in conversation with Patricia. Talking about Long Haiku and other things. Have a listen and perhaps you'll be inspired to submit to the podcast and journal.

S4E16 original haiku with yūgen

August 16, 2021 00:00 - 35 minutes - 32.4 MB

This week on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com our haiku community write original poems using the technique yūgen. Yes it's difficult to use and understand, but there are so many wonderful poems here, you'll enjoy learning about it. If you enjoy it please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for costs and I'd be very grateful. Thank you. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Poetrypea

S4E15 Ladybirds, Place names and haiku

August 02, 2021 07:00 - 49 minutes - 45.5 MB

This week on the haiku pea podcast from poetry pea we hear a reading from David J Kelly who also gives us the low down on getting your haiku published. Richard Tice gives us a workshop on effectively using place names in haiku.

S4E14: Realistic haiku and senryu

July 19, 2021 00:00 - 41 minutes - 38.2 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com presents original haiku and senryu created using selective realism.

Realistic haiku and senryu

July 16, 2021 14:05 - 41 minutes - 36.9 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com presents original haiku and senryu written using the method of selective realism.

S4 E13 Part 1: Place names and Wasps

July 05, 2021 07:00 - 41 minutes - 38 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea podcast from poetrypea.com our latest workshop, this time on Place names. This time Richard Tice concentrates on Japanese haiku, next time he'll look at how to use place names effectively in English language haiku. There is also a reading from the Irish poet, Maeve O'Sullivan from her new book Wasp on the Prayer Flag.

S4E12: Original Haiku of the season

June 21, 2021 07:00 - 45 minutes - 41.3 MB

S4E12: Original Haiku of the season by Haiku Pea

S4E11 Yūgen for your haiku toolbox

June 07, 2021 07:00 - 42 minutes - 38.6 MB

This time on The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com a workshop on Yugen from Stanford M Forrester of Bottle Rockets Journal and a little bit of sage advice from the fabulous poet Ben Gaa.

Bonus Episode: Haiku Pea Tea Ceremony

May 20, 2021 07:00 - 4 minutes - 3.74 MB

A bonus episode of the haiku pea podcast from poetrypea.com. The tea ceremony, as promised in S4E10: Euphonic haiku

S4E10: Euphonic Haiku

May 17, 2021 07:00 - 31 minutes - 28.6 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com some wonderful haiku and senryu from talented poets, concentrating on sound and rhythm. A treat for anyone who emjoys poetry and would lke to know more about composition.

S4E9: Haiku from the Island

May 03, 2021 07:00 - 49 minutes - 45.6 MB

This week on The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com a writer's workshop on selective realism, tips for writing haiku and a wonderful reading of haiku from the Island by Kristen Lindquist. Find out the latest topic for submissions.

S4E8: No Ego Haiku

April 19, 2021 00:00 - 39 minutes - 35.9 MB

Poetrypea.com presents the Haiku Pea Podcast, S4E8 No Ego Haiku. Haiku and Senryu written by the community especially for the podcast. If you would like to submit, check out the website for topics. See the website for details. http://poetrypea.com If you enjoy the moment please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very grateful. Thank you. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Poetrypea

S4E7: Seasons of haiku

April 05, 2021 07:00 - 1 hour - 82.5 MB

The haiku pea podcast from poetrypea.com brings you a workshop with Randy Brooks who discusses the use of seasonal references in haiku. We'll meet Ted Sherman and find out about his project bringing haiku to prisons and the charity project which came from that. All info in the shownotes and of course on the Poetry Pea YouTube channel. Hope you enjoy it. If you enjoy the moment please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very grateful....

S4E6: Haiku with exaggerated perspective

March 15, 2021 08:00 - 30 minutes - 28 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com our writing community have written haiku and senryu with exaggerated perspective. Come along and have a listen and see if you agree with the community judges. Would you chose the same verses?

S4E5: Haiku Sound...and Fury

March 01, 2021 08:00 - 1 hour - 65.6 MB

Poetrypea.com presents the haiku pea podcast, this time with a fabulous workshop from Brad Bennett on Euphony, it doesn't matter whether you write haiku or another form of poetry you should find this interesting, Bruce H Feingold read for us from his latest book arrhythmia, and the latest from the renku plus much more... come along and join this growing community of poets, you'd be most welcome. See the website for details. http://poetrypea.com If you enjoy the moment please consider going ...

S4E4: Humorous haiku

February 15, 2021 08:00 - 36 minutes - 33.9 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea Podcast from Poetry Pea our poets are writing original humorous haiku and senryu, using a variety of techniques. If you enjoy the moment please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very grateful. Thank you. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Poetrypea

S4E3: Haiku without me

February 01, 2021 08:00 - 40 minutes - 37.1 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com brings you a special workshop from Ben Gaa about ego in poetry. Should you be very obviously in your haiku or senryu or should you be in the background? Of course there is a lot more, like a chat with the renowned poet Alan Summers. Come along and have a listen.

S4E1: Spring and Autumn Haiku

January 14, 2021 14:25 - 37 minutes - 36.1 MB

The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com presents haiku and senryu using Kigo, or seasonal words. Creating micropoems using Japanese traditional and some contemporary kigo. Written by our writing community. If you enjoy the podcast, please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very grateful. Thank you.

S4E2: Spring and Autumn Haiku

January 14, 2021 14:25 - 37 minutes - 34.7 MB

Haiku is poetry. The Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com presents haiku and senryu using Kigo, or seasonal words. Creating micropoems using Japanese traditional and some contemporary kigo. Written by our writing community. If you enjoy the podcast, please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very grateful. Thank you.

S4E1: Let's Exaggerate

January 04, 2021 08:00 - 34 minutes - 31.6 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com you can hear a workshop presented by Deborah P Kolodji on "Exaggerated perspective in haiku", our collaborative renku, and a new project to get involved in, Jim Force comes along to tell you all about it. Hope you enjoy it and come along and get involved. See the website for details. http://poetrypea.com If you enjoy the moment please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very gra...

No verbs

December 21, 2020 08:00 - 34 minutes - 33.6 MB

This week on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com our community of poets are writing haiku and senryu without verbs. Who knew you could write successful poetry without using verbs? If you enjoy the podcast, please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very grateful. Thank you.

S3E24: No verbs

December 21, 2020 08:00 - 34 minutes - 31.6 MB

This week on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com our community of poets are writing haiku and senryu without verbs. Who knew you could write successful poetry without using verbs? If you enjoy the podcast, please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for our costs and we’d be very grateful. Thank you.

S3E23: Humour

December 07, 2020 00:00 - 37 minutes - 34.8 MB

This time on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com, Roger Watson introduces the topic of humour in haiku and senryu, there's a little bit of Christmas, a haibun and a reading from Brad Bennett from his book, "a drop of pond". I hope you enjoy it and maybe write some haiku for one of our podcasts. Perhaps if you enjoy the moment you might go to the website and buy me a coffee for which I would be very grateful. Thank you.