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Simply Haiku - 12 Essays by George Swede
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2005 - 2008 (Creation)
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0.5 cm of textual records
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File contains printouts of 12 essays that George Swede wrote for his column 'Tracks in the Sand' published in the online journal 'Simply Haiku: A Quarterly Journal of Japanese Short Form Poetry,'
The essays are:
A Six Hundred Year Old Tree
Plagiarism - The Haiku Community Delivers Swift Justice!
Why Do We Write?
Who Really Wrote the First Western Haiku?
Tracks in the Sand Autumn 2006 (untitled)
Our Haiku/Tanka/Renga Niche
Sand Fleas (or Sand Crabs)
Experiskinno Japanese Short Form Poetry
Haiku or Tanka?
A Rising Tide
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George Swede was one of the 12 poets invited to write a haiku for each day of a particular month and he became responsible for 31 haiku to depict the month of August.