Irish Haiku Society



Established in 2006


               Events, Publications, News   

The Irish Haiku Society is a not-for-profit organisation promoting the writing and appreciation of haiku in Ireland. It organises readings, ginko, workshops and other haiku-related events.

 

Haiku Readings

 


The Irish Haiku Society and Shamrock Haiku Journal present

a Haiku reading to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the foundation of 

Shamrock Haiku Journal

 
with ten haiku poets from Ireland published by Shamrock reading from their poems


introduced by Anatoly Kudryavitsky, the editor


Saturday 18th February 2017 in the Pearse Street Library,
139-144 Pearse Street

Dublin 2
at 2pm

Admission is free 


For further details please email:


irishhaikusociety[at]gmail.com

or

pearsestreetlibrary[at]dublincity.ie




The Embassy of Japan in Ireland and the Irish Haiku Society present

a Haiku and Tanka reading

 
with

Hisa Kagawa (Japan), a tanka poet, and 

Anatoly Kudryavitsky (Ireland), a haiku poet



introduced by Ms Delia Lange (DCU) 


Thursday 9th March 2017 in the Chester Beatty Library
Dublin Castle,

Dublin 2
at 3pm

(kimono demonstration starts at 2pm)


Admission is free 




For further details please email:


irishhaikusociety[at]gmail.com

or

cultural[at]ir.mofa.go.jp


 

Workshops

 



The Irish Haiku Society announce 


a Haiku Workshop

with the poet Anatoly Kudryavitsky

Bray Festival

as part of the Asian/Irish Cultural Festival
held in Harbour Bar, 1 Strand Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow


(on the coast, near the DART station)

on Sunday 24th May 2015 at 2pm



Admission free


For further information e-mail irishhaikusociety [at] gmail.com



Ginko

 

The first Mountains to Sea Book Festival Dun Laoghaire ginko

Cork Spring Poetry Festival logo

(an organised haiku-writing walk/excursion)
in the company of poet and novelist Anatoly Kudryavitsky will take place


on Sunday 14th September 2014 from 10am to 12pm.


Meet at East Pier (the canon behind the wall), wear sturdy footwear and bring a pen and notepad. This is not a free event; tickets can be booked/bought in the Mountains to Sea ticket office, Dun Laoghaire.

For full details and to get directions see the event on the Mountain to Sea website.




Haiku Readings

 

The Embassy of Japan in Ireland and the Irish Haiku Society present

a Haiku and Tanka reading

 
with

Hisa Kagawa (Japan), a tanka poet, and 

Anatoly Kudryavitsky (Ireland), a haiku poet



introduced by Ms Chihiro Kobayashi (DCU) 


Thursday 27th February 2014 in the Embassy of Japan in Dublin
Nutley Building, Merrion Centre, 

Nutley Lane, Dublin 4
at 6pm


Admission is free but places are limited and must be booked in advance

For bookings, please e-mail irishhaikusociety[at]gmail.com



For further details please email:


irishhaikusociety[at]gmail.com

or

cultural[at]ir.mofa.go.jp







Cork Spring Poetry Festival presents

Cork Spring Poetry Festival logo

A Haiku and Short-Form Poems Reading


with
 
Anatoly Kudryavitsky and Gerry Murphy


Friday 15th February 2013 in Cork Arts Theatre
Camden Court, Carroll's Quay, Cork


at 4pm


More info here, or please e-mail info[at]munsterlit.ie




Poetry Ireland in association with Doghouse Books and the Irish Haiku Society presents


The Launch of "Bamboo Dreams", 

an Anthology of Haiku Poetry from Ireland
 
edited by Anatoly Kudryavitsky



with musical accompaniment from Junshi Murakami (Celtic harp) and Philip Horan (shakuhachi flute). 



The event will be launched by Jimmy Deenehan T.D., Minister for Arts.



Tuesday 25th September 2012 in the Unitarian Church
112 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2
at 6.30pm


Admission free



For further details please email:

doghouse312[at]eircom.net 

or

irishhaikusociety[at]gmail.com


W. http://doghousebooks.ie 

 

 

 



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