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What's New on the American Haiku Archives Web Site

The following is a list of key changes or additions to this site. If you have suggestions for additions or corrections to this site, please contact Webmaster Michael Dylan Welch.

What's New

November 21, 2013: added a haibun by Patricia Machmiller about Mr. & Mrs. Tokutomi.

July 20, 2013: Added honorary curator page featuring honorary curator, Charles Trumbull.

July 18, 2013: David Lanoue becomes the ex-officio board member as President of the Haiku Society of America.

July 18, 2013: Ce Rosenow joins the AHA board.

July 3, 2013: Added interview with Makoto Ueda, Honorary Curator, 2004–2005.

September 18, 2012: Added honorary curator page featuring honorary curator, LeRoy Gorman.

July 28, 2011: Added honorary curator page featuring former honorary curator, Cor van den Heuvel. This page includes a featured presentation of his famous minimalist haiku, "tundra".

July 15, 2011: Patricia J. Machmiller and Mellissa Allen join our board.

April 9, 2011: American Haiku Archives Tour at the California State Library in Sacramento.

April 2, 2011: Added special online exhibit featuring donors Kiyoko & Kiyoshi Tokutomi.

July 28, 2010: Added honorary curator page featuring Gary Snyder.

July 10, 2010: Updated several haiku links including changed journal web sites addresses.

January 11, 2010: Updated Ex-Officio Board Member, Ce Rosenow, President of Haiku Society of America for 2010.

August 20, 2009: Added link to World Kigo Database.

July 28, 2009: Added honorary curator page featuring Stephen Addiss.

June 21, 2009: Updated Paul O. Williams web page memorializing his death on June 2, 2009.

February 18, 2009: Added haiku journal links to Roadrunner magazine.

November 10, 2008: Added selected haiku and links to the Francine Porad honorary curator page, and added selected haiku to the William J. Higginson honorary curator page.

October 15, 2008: Added special announcement for Memorium to William J. Higginson and his honorary curator page.

September 16, 2008: Added honorary curator page featuring Elizabeth Searle Lamb.

September 8, 2008: Added honorary curator page featuring George Swede and an essay by George Swede called, "Tracks in the Sand."

August 1, 2008: Added honorary curator page featuring Jerry Kilbride.

February 1, 2008: The American Haiku Archives web site is officially launched.

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