Sunday, July 07, 2019

six haiku at Origami Poems

Origami Poems features pdfs you can print out at home and fold into tiny booklets. Led by Jan Keough, they’ve been at it since 2009. So they’ve got quite a library by now. 

My little book of six haiku, bus stop bench, is now available. (Follow that link to print out the pdf.)

For my author pic to go with my bio and book preview they found my old blogger portrait, with me holding Sundy. One of the haiku features a cat fussing — yes, it’s Sundy who was a-fussin’! So that’s appropriate. 

I went to the copy shop and printed out a big batch and have been handing it out free at readings and to friends and strangers who seem amenable. It’s fun to have something I can afford to give away. A quick read that gets a smile. 


Jan Keough said...

I love to hear how the microchaps travel from thought to writing to print! Your haiku let me roam from image to image with the kindness of brevity.

What serendipity to come across your 'older' photo with Sundy, your orange cat, and then to have an orange cat on the cover collage (quite by accident, I assure you!).

Glenn Ingersoll said...

Sundy's ghost had some say? He was always good at having his say!