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List of Haiku Contests 2015

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December | [Français]

January [top]


January 12 2015: Matsuyamam Photo-Haiku contest.

January 31 2015: deadline to submit to Haiku Canada Members' Anthology 2015 (to be published in May). For HC members only. Mike Montreuil and Cathy Drinkwater Better will be editing the 2015 Haiku Canada Members' Anthology. Members are asked to submit 5 haiku (published or unpublished). Be sure to include credits for previously published work. Poems may be sent to either the e-mail or postal address below. E-mail submissions preferred. anthology2015@haikucanada.org

Jan 31 2015: The Haiku Calendar Competition 2015

Jan. 31 2015: GENJUAN INTERNATIONAL HAIBUN CONTEST

January 31 2015: San Francisco International Rengay Competition, organized by the Haiku poets of Northern California

January 31 2015: 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

 

February [top]


February 25 2015: Betty Drevniok Award for members of Haiku Canada.

February 1-28, 2015: 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 2015: Ito En Oi Ocha Haiku Contest

February 28 2015: The HSA Bernard Lionel Einbond Renku Competition.

February 28 2015: 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March 1, 2015: Vladimir Devide Haiku Award for previously unpublished haiku written in the English language.

March 25 2015: The Nicholas A. Virgilio Memorial Haiku Competition for Grades 7-12

March 31 2015: Haiku Contests by Romanian magazine Haiku.

March 31 2015: Haiku Society of America Merit Book Awards for Excellence in Published Haiku, Translation, and Criticism

March 31 2015: 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 2015: UHTS "aha" (Annual Hortensia Anderson Memorial Awards) for haiku/senryu

April 17 2015: It's National Haiku Poetry Day! Check out the HaikuLife video on the Haiku Foundation website.

April 30 2015: 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 15-17 2015: Haiku Canada Weekend in Victoria, BC. The author of Old Pond Comics will be attending and presenting about Haiku and Technology.

May 31, 2015: Annual Yuki Teikei Haiku Society Kiyoshi & Kiyoko Tokutomi Memorial Haiku Contest

May 30 2015: 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 2015: 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 2015: The Snapshot press echapbook award

July 31 2015: The Annual Harold G. Henderson Awards for Best Unpublished Haiku

July 31 2015: The Annual Gerald Brady Memorial Awards for Best Unpublished Senryu

July 31 2015: HSA Contest for Best Unpublished Haibun

July 31, 2015: International Matsuo Basho Award for haiku poetry (organized by Italian Haiku Association). Haiku mus be in Italian (or accompanied by Italian translation)

July 31 2015: 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 2015: Francine Porad Award

August 31 2015: Seven Hills Literary Contest and Penumbra Poetry and Haiku Contest

August 31 2015: Deadline to submit to Haiku Canada Review for the October issue. Send topublications AT haikucanada DOT org

August 31 2015: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

 


September [top]


 

September 1 2015: Mainichi Haiku Contest.

September 9 2015: Kusamakura Haiku Competition

September 15 2015: BC Arts Council Writers Grant.

September 23, 2015 (postmarked): Only One Tree Kagoshima haiku contest. Theme: trees. Use the mailing form. Prizes include flight to Japan.

September 25 2015: Haiku International Association (HIA) Haiku Contest

September 30 2015: 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 2015: Canada Arts Council grants for Creative Writing (for published Canadian authors).

October 1 – 4, 2015: Seabeck Haiku Getaway (Seabeck, Washington). [Read the Seabeck Comics from 2013, 2014]

October 3, 2015: 24-Hour Comics Day. Check out my 24-Hour Comic 2010, 2011, 2012

October 14-18 2015: Haiku North America in Schnectady, New York, at Union College. Watch a preview video. The author of Old Pond Comics might be în attendance (I`ll confirm in March). Want to know more about HNA? Read the HNA 2013 comics and the HNA 2011 comics.]

October 31 2015: ITO EN North America The art of haiku contest (for US Residents only)

 

November [top]


 

November 15 2015: Deadline to submit to Frogpond (Winter issue).

November 30 2015: Irish Haiku Society International Haiku Competition

 

December [top]


December 1 2015: 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.

Respect the submission criterias.

 

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