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haijinx

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Year Founded: 
2001
Issues per Year: 
4
Genres Published: 
Poetry
Subgenres:
Flash Fiction, Humor, Micro-poetry, Nature/Environmental, Prose Poetry
Representative Authors: 

Melissa Allen, hortensia anderson, an’ya, Don Baird, John Barlow, Roberta Beary, Ernest J Berry, john bird, Janice Bostok, Randy Brooks, Helen Buckingham, Marjorie Buettner, Yu Chang, Tom Clausen, David Cobb, Ellen Compton, Bill Cooper, Aubrie Cox, Cherie Hunter Day, Angelee Deodhar, Jasminka Nadaskic Diordievic, Connie Donleycott, Jerry Dreesen, Frank Dullaghan, Curtis Dunlap, Gerald England, Carrie Etter, Lorin Ford, Alice Frampton, Victor Gendrano, Barry George, Merrill Gonzales, Carolyn Hall, Penny Harter, Michele L. Harvey, Christopher Herold, William J. Higginson, Shûtô Hiruta, Jim Kacian, Kirsty Karkow, Bruce Kennedy, Michael Ketchek, Joann Klontz, Yasuomi Koganei, richard krawiec, David Lanoue, Dhugal Lindsay, Chen-ou Liu, Peggy Willis Lyles, Paul MacNeil, Paul David Mena, kris moon, Lenard Moore, Michael Morell, Hidetoshi Nagami, Peter Newton, Takashi Nonin, Christopher Patchel, Matthew Paul, K. Ramesh, Linda Robeck, Carolyne Rohrig, Bruce Ross, Layne Russell, Timothy Russell, Miriam Sagan, Robert Scott, Adelaide B. Shaw, Kuniharu Shimizu, Melissa Spurr, John Stevenson, George Swede, Susumu Takiguchi, Barbara A Taylor, Charles Trumbull, Paul Watsky Michael Dylan Welch, Dick Whyte, Billie Wilson, Robert D. Wilson, Ikuyo Yoshimura, Ryu Yotsuya, Nobuyuki Yuasa, Cindy Zackowitz, Zolo, & Alenka Zorman.

Formats: 
Web
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
No
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
No
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
a few
Payment: 
No payment

Editorial Focus

haijinx is an international haikai journal dedicated to the hai of haiku and haikai. This hai, often expanded as "haikai spirit", means “playful” or “humorous” and haijinx highlights this particular feature of haikai poetry. There is simply no hai in haiku without some sense of humor, lightness, or playfulness.

haijinx publishes around the solstices and equinoxes each year and accepts haiku, haibun, renga, renku & linked forms, as well as haiga & sumi-e.

Contact Information

Mark Brooks, creator and editor-in-chief
4500 Williams Drive
212-369
Georgetown, TX 78633

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Last updated: April 2, 2011

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