Irish soil stuck to his honest pen Seamus Heaney Kim M. Russell, 4th December 2019 I woke up this morning with this whoku in my head. Two things inspired it: Patricia’s Poetry Pea podcasts and the wonderful BBC2 programme about Seamus Heaney, which I watched on Saturday night and highly recommend. It’s called ‘Seamus […]
Patricia at the Poetry Pea has been very busy and produced another podcast yesterday, number 23 of her second series, which not only has some exciting news and more of the renku, but also some ‘whoku’, of which one is mine! So please visit the Poetry Pea Treats Podcast and you might feel like taking […]
I’ve just listened to, and read the accompanying notes on, Patricia’s Poetry Pea Podcast, Series 2, Episode 2, which is all about men, and there are some fabulous haiku and senryu. It’s worth a listen – or read- and she’s included one of mine.
Two of my haiku have been included in the latest Poetry Pea Podcast Series 2 Episode 20: Spirits, in which I’m in the company of excellent haiku poets, including the wonderful Isabel Caves. They are read by Patricia and you can read along with the notes that accompany it on the Poetry Pea website. You can also listen […]
Patricia has kindly included two of my haiku in the latest Poetry Pea Podcast Series 2 Episode 16: Switching Senses, which is an interesting collection of haiku using the methodology of synesthesia, also known as ‘sense switching’, or about the phenomenon of tasting or feeling images, words, colours and sounds. They are read by Patricia and you […]
Patricia has kindly included two of my haiku in the latest Poetry Pea Podcast Series 2 Episode 14: Trees. There are some stunning tree haiku from around the world, and Patricia reads them beautifully. You can listen to the podcast as well as read the notes to accompany it on the Poetry Pea website.
Although I haven’t been able to do any writing recently, I have a slightly erotic haiku in the latest Poetry Pea Podcast Series 2 Episode 12: Something a little naughty. You can listen to the podcast as well as read the notes to accompany it on the Poetry Pea website.