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Haiku Society of America in Guntersville, Alabama
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Haiku Society of America
       
Website www.hsa-haiku.org/news.htm
Year Established 1968
Program Description Includes informal workshops and discussions, a Ginko (nature) walk to inspire writing haiku, reading of poems by participants.
Number of Programs/Year 4
Program Length 2 days
Program Focus Poetry
Faculty Has included Ce Rosenow (President of HSA), Margaret Chula, Christopher Herold, Michael Dylan Welch, Johnny Baranski, Billie Dee, Debra Kolodji, John Stevenson
Costs Most events and workshops are free and open to the public.
U.S. Locations Guntersville, Alabama
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Fort Worth, Texas
Months March, June, July, September, December
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.hsa-haiku.org/quarter-mtg.htm
Contact Ce Rosenow
President of The Haiku Society of America
The Haiku Society of America
P.O. Box 31
Nassau, NY 12123
United States
Phone: 608-987-4363
 
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