A Six-Hundred-Year-Old Tree, 2005, 3:2
Plagiarism—The Haiku Community Delivers Swift Justice!, 2005, 3:3 * Why Haiku?, 2005, 3:4
Why Do We Write? 2006, 4:1 * Who Really Wrote the First Western Haiku? 2006, 4:2 * Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up, 2006, 4:3Our Haiku/Tanks/Renga Niche, 2006, 4:4 * Sand Fleas (peeves about the haiku world) 2007, 5:1
Experiskinno Japanese Short Form Poetry, 2007, 5:2 * Haiku or Tanka? 2007, 5:3
Death Haiku, 2007, 5:4 * A Rising Tide, 2008, 6:1
This essay first appeared in the Haiku Canada Newsletter in 1997 and then was republished (with changes) in Global Haiku, an anthology edited by me and Randy Brooks with a Foreword by Makoto Ueda (Mosaic Press/Iron Press, 2000). It is currently available online at Under the Basho.
A History of the Haiku in North America
Online Essays, Interviews, Etc.
From My Column "Tracks In The Sand" in Simply Haiku, 2005 to 2008
My Article on the Psychology of Literary Creativity
in The International Handbook on Innovation, 2003
(be patient--the whole chapter will appear)