The June 2019 issue of The Heron’s Nest is online.
John Stevenson is the Managing Editor of The Heron’s Nest where tradition and innovation meet and complement each other.
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shoveling . . .
scent of mint
This haiku was selected for the 25th Anniversary Volume, Time Of Singing, in 1998.
Ellen Grace Olinger
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Today I am reading the March 2017 issue of The Heron’s Nest, an online journal.
John Stevenson is the Managing Editor.
I am enjoying The Heron’s Nest, Volume 17, 2015, which I bought from their site. The Cover is by Carole MacRury.
John Stevenson is Managing Editor.
I am always moved to realize again how much I love this form.
a rumor of blues running
through the café
catch and release
a little shine left
on my fingers
These haiku by Jim Kacian are from the new book NEST FEATHERS: Selected Haiku from the First 15 Years of The Heron’s Nest. Reprinted with permission from Jim Kacian. All Rights Reserved.
winter wind —
a cradlesong sung
in an ancient tongue
campfire sparks —
someone outside the circle
starts another song
Billie Wilson is an Associate Editor at The Heron’s Nest. Her haiku in this post are from the new book, NEST FEATHERS Selected Haiku from the First 15 Years of The Heron’s Nest. Reprinted with permission from Billie Wilson. All Rights Reserved.