Haiku Pea is a poetry podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features haiku and senryu and other Japanese short form poetry. There are lots of free writing resources, workshops from experts, readings of original poetry, haiku and senryu, as well as prompts and writing exercises. You can submit your haiku or senryu to Patricia and be featured on the podcast and in the Poetry Pea Journals. Let’s write together.
S6E2: All about the Haibun
poetrypea.com presents a workshop by Sean O'Connor and Shane Pruett both haibun editors of popular Journals.
Hope you learn along with me and this workshop will increase your chances of having your submissions accepted.
S6E1: Reimagining Poetry
poetrypea.com presents the opportunity to listen to some long form poetry and reimagine them as haiku or senryu. You can submit to this topic in March 2023. In the meantime poets... enjoy the reading and keep writing!
S5E24 Food and Seasons in Haiku with Allyson Whipple
poetrypea.com presents a haiku podcast featuring Allyson Whipple in which she presents the idea of food and seasons. Do let us know what you think and of course check out the submission topics on the website.
S5E23 Poetry Pea's nomination for the Haiku Foundation Touchstone Haibun awards 2022
Poetrypea.com presents Patricia and poet friends, Wendy Gent, Norman Silver, Reid Hepworth and Lorraine A Padden reading their nominated haibun. Patricia reads a fifth one by John S Green.
S5E22 Original Haiku & Senryu
poetrypea.com presents a podcast of original haiku and senryu submitted for our open theme and the video prompt on our YouTube channel @PoetryPea. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this podcast. See you all again soon.
S5E21: Poetry Pea's Touchstone haiku nominations
poetrypea.com presents Patricia's nominations to the Haiku Foundation Touchstone awards. Hope you enjoy them. Would you have chosen differently if you were in her shoes?
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Such a delightful show with a caring and lovely host. There is so much inspiration in each episode that I now feel completed to start writing them rather just enjoy listening to them.
In her first podcast, the creator of Poetry Pea set herself a personal goal of writing one haiku daily; a larger goal was to create a supportive writing community, one in which we grow and learn together. Her podcasts introduce haiku techniques and acquaint us with both ancient masters and current haiku poets. Equally important, Poetry Pea affords us the opportunity to share our own haiku. As Patricia says, when we send work to her for consideration, we can be sure that it is going to a “safe place.” As someone who is working to hone my haiku skills and has benefited from her advice and encouragement, I recommend that you, too, discover Poetry Pea.