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List of Haiku Contests 2016

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December | [Fran├žais]

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January 12: Matsuyamam Photo-Haiku contest.

January 31 deadline to submit to Haiku Canada Members' Anthology (to be published in May). For HC members only. Members are asked to submit 5 haiku (published or unpublished). Be sure to include credits for previously published work.

Jan 31: The Haiku Calendar Competition

Jan. 31: GENJUAN INTERNATIONAL HAIBUN CONTEST

January 31: San Francisco International Rengay Competition, organized by the Haiku poets of Northern California

January 31: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

How to make haiku history: write  a memorable haiku -- A haiku writing tip by Old Pond Comics. More comics at http://www.oldpondcomics.com

 

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February 25: Betty Drevniok Award for members of Haiku Canada.

February 1-28: National Haiku Writing Month. Write one haiku per day for a month and post your poems on NaHaiWriMo Facebook page). Check out my NaHaiWriMo haiku-comics from 2011, 2012, August 2012, 2013.

February 28: Ito En Oi Ocha Haiku Contest

February 28: The HSA Bernard Lionel Einbond Renku Competition.

February 28: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

National Haiku Writing Month challenges you to write one haiku a day for a month in February. (Old Pond Comics)


March [top]


March 1: Vladimir Devide Haiku Award for previously unpublished haiku written in the English language.

March 25: The Nicholas A. Virgilio Memorial Haiku Competition for Grades 7-12

March 31: Haiku Contests by Romanian magazine Haiku.

March 31: Haiku Society of America Merit Book Awards for Excellence in Published Haiku, Translation, and Criticism

March 31: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

Haiku poets often find inspiration during gingko (a haiku walk).

 

April [top]


April 15: Deadline to submit to Frogpond (Spring/Summer issue).

April 15: UHTS "aha" (Annual Hortensia Anderson Memorial Awards) for haiku/senryu

April 17: It's National Haiku Poetry Day! Check out the HaikuLife video on the Haiku Foundation website.

April 30: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

Old Pond Comics: submit your haiku to a haiku journal.

 

May [top]


May 20-22 2016: Haiku Canada Weekend in Whitehorse, Yukon. The author of Old Pond Comics will be the keynote speaker and cartoonist-in-residence.

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May 31: Annual Yuki Teikei Haiku Society Kiyoshi & Kiyoko Tokutomi Memorial Haiku Contest

May 30: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

 

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June [top]


June: Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Haiku Invitational

June 30: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

The soup, the salad, everything is covered by cherry blossoms (Basho)

 

July [top]


July 31: The Snapshot press echapbook award

July 31: The Annual Harold G. Henderson Awards for Best Unpublished Haiku

July 31: The Annual Gerald Brady Memorial Awards for Best Unpublished Senryu

July 31: HSA Contest for Best Unpublished Haibun

July 31: International Matsuo Basho Award for haiku poetry (organized by Italian Haiku Association). Haiku mus be in Italian (or accompanied by Italian translation)

July 31: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

Little snail / facing this way / where to now?  -- A Haiku by Kobayahi Issa, translated by David G. Lanoue, illustrated by Old Pond Comics.

 

August [top]


August 1: Deadline to submit to Frogpond (Fall issue).

August 15: Francine Porad Award

August 31: Seven Hills Literary Contest and Penumbra Poetry and Haiku Contest

August 31: Deadline to submit to Haiku Canada Review for the October issue. Send topublications AT haikucanada DOT org

August 31: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

August 31: Mainichi Haiku Contest.

 


September [top]


 

September 2017: Haiku North America in New Mexico. Want to know more about HNA? Read the HNA 2013 comics and the HNA 2011 comics.]

September 9: Kusamakura Haiku Competition

September 15: BC Arts Council Writers Grant (for British Columbia residents only).

September 23 (postmarked): Only One Tree Kagoshima haiku contest. Theme: trees. Use the mailing form. Prizes include flight to Japan.

September 25: Haiku International Association (HIA) Haiku Contest

September 30: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

The beginning of autumn / decided / by the red dragonfly. -- A haiku by Shirao illustrated by Old Pond Comics

 

October [top]


October 1: Canada Arts Council grants for Creative Writing (for published Canadian authors).

October: Seabeck Haiku Getaway (Seabeck, Washington). [Read the Seabeck Comics from 2013, 2014]

October 3: 24-Hour Comics Day. Check out my 24-Hour Comic 2010, 2011, 2012

October 31: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

 

November [top]


 

November 15: Deadline to submit to Frogpond (Winter issue).

November 30: Irish Haiku Society International Haiku Competition

 

December [top]


December 1: Annual Jerry Kilbridge Memorial English-Language Haibun Contest

December 31: Deadline to submit to Haiku Canada Review (February issue) at publications AT haikucanada DOT org

 

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Disclaimer: Old Pond makes every effort possible to publish the information as accurately as possible but recommends that the reader verify the information prior to entering a contest.

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