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the sky, taken away

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Tim Gardiner is a children’s author, ecologist, editor, and poet from Manningtree in Essex, UK. His haiku have been published in FrogpondModern Haiku, and The Heron’s Nest. His first collection of haiku, On the Edge, was published in 2017, followed by The Flintknapper’s Ghost in 2018 (Alba Publishing).

the sky, taken away is a collection comprising 10 haiku inspired by the poet's trips to Japan, with original artwork by Shloka Shankar. Rooted in haikai aesthetics, these poems are refreshingly experimental. This mini-chapbook is sure to deeply resonate with readers, leaving them with their own pieces of sky etched from words.
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Systems Askew


House of Three Corners by Kyle Hemmings


The Silence We Came For by Peter Jastermsky


where the roots are


tyranny of the familiar by Peter Jastermsky & Tiffany Shaw-Diaz


the field of why by Shloka Shankar


Fingerbone Sky by Peter Jastermsky


at my doorstep by Tapan Mozumdar


still lifes by Ron Scully


Ribbons and Rainbows by Mark Gilbert