duminică, 3 mai 2015

The 4th Japan-Russia Haiku Contest

Please submit your haiku according to the guidelines below.
Organizer: Akita International Haiku Network
Sponsors:  JAL Foundation, The Akita Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Supporters: Akita Prefecture, Akita International University, Akita Prefectural Board of Education, Akita International Association, Akita City, Akita City Board of Education, Akita Association of English Studies, The Akita Sakigake Shimpo, Haiku International Association, The International University of Kagoshima,          Japan Culture Club at Japan Center in Vladivostok, Primorsky Region, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok City, Yosano Akiko Memorial Literary Society
Eligibility: The contest is open to the public of any nationality in the world
Entry: Only one haiku is allowed to be submitted per haiku poet.
Theme: “lake”
Submission Guideline:
Original, previously unpublished haiku should be submitted according to the entry form. There are three sections of Japanese haiku, Russian haiku, and English haiku. One of the languages has to be chosen from among Japanese, Russian, and English in composing and submitting haiku.
Japanese Haiku Section:                                              
Please download the entry form below in Japanese and submit it by email to: shhiruta@nifty.com
Japanese Section (日本語部門)  (Word file) 日本語部門  (pdf file)
Russian Haiku Section:                                                
Please download the entry form below in Russian and submit it by email to:
Russian Section (ロシア語部門 ) (Word file)  ロシア語部門  (pdf file)
English Haiku Section:                                                
Please download the entry form below in English and submit it by email to: shhiruta@nifty.com
English Section (英語部門) (Word file) 英語部門  (pdf file)
Submission period: Friday May 1, 2015 – Tuesday June 30, 2015
Deadline: Tuesday June 30, 2015
Japanese Haiku SectionShoji Muto, Seiji Tateoka, Kunio Teshima,
                                             Kazuhiro Kudo, Yoshitomo Igarashi,
                                               Kyoko Uchimura, Reina Yano
Russian Haiku Section:    Alexander Dolin
English Haiku Section:    David McMurray, Satoru Kanematsu,
                                            Hidenori Hiruta


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