A little more than halfway done through 2022. As always poetry-writing and sharing has lessened the clichés of life. I feel truly blessed to have my submissions read by amazing editors. There were rejections too as is the case with submissions. But in the process of interaction with editors, I gathered knowledge, warmth, and useful pointers for which I remain grateful. Acceptances of course are great joy and reassurance.
Combing through my published writing from last few weeks, I found these. Sharing them here to include you in my journey.
This haiga is from Fresh Out, an art and poetry collective co-edited by Eric Lohman! Do visit their facebook page to know submission guidelines! https://www.facebook.com/freshoutmag
This is my digital painting using procreate.
Whiptail is an amazing journal of the single line poem. Very happy to have my poem here in the current issue –
first raindrops end the longing for my native hills
Daya Bhat, India
Do check their site here for an amazing read and submission details
The haiku below is from the weekly Haiku Dialogue selections. Editor Alex Fyffe for the current series.
Do check out their weekly prompts here – https://thehaikufoundation.org/category/features/haiku-dialogue/
Poetry Pea Podcast and Journal edited by the very kind and encouraging editor Patricia McGuire is a very happening place with interesting video interviews, podcasts and much more. Do visit here for more https://poetrypea.com/ Happy to have one of mine in the podcast themed on memories!
Presence is Britain’s leading independent haiku journal. Truly honored to have my haiku included here for the current issue. Very thankful to editor Ian Storr!
Do visit here to know more about Presence – https://haikupresence.org/
Here is another haiga published by Fresh Out. This is an amazing place to submit art, poetry, haiga, shahai!
Drifting Sands Haibun (https://drifting-sands-haibun.org/ ) is a wonderful journal of Haibun and Tanka Prose. The current issue is edited by Kala Ramesh, a renowned pioneer in the field of haikai literature in India. I feel blessed to have my very first haibun accepted for publication by none other than Kala Ramesh!
Thank you so much for reading through. Have a great weekend and happy writing everyone 🙂