Thursday, November 21, 2019

A new book of poetry by Elizabeth Crocket: Wondering What's Next


Hi, Brian.
My latest poetry collection is out! And I also found out that my picture book, Happy Haiku, is available in Central Library in Burlington. A good day!
Anyway. here's the info….
Elizabeth's latest poetry book, Wondering What's Next, published by Cyberwit.net is a compilation of her short form poetry, including haiku, senryu (a "cousin" of haiku, but more about human behaviour) and haibun (prose that is accompanied by a haiku).  
In this poetry collection we find that several poems reveal a passionate concreteness of imagery and a rich allusiveness. The poetic qualities that touch the human heart are visible here. The poet's ardent romantic imagination and tones of passionate feeling are evident in this remarkable collection.
It is available through Cyberwit.net here
or can be pre-ordered worldwide on Amazon here
This is the bio from Cyberwit:

Elizabeth Crocket is a Canadian author and poet. Her Japanese short form poetry has been published in many outstanding journals, including Modern Haiku, Frogpond, Mayfly, The Heron’s Nest and more {including her very first piece in Quick Brown Fox}. Elizabeth has two Japanese short form chapbooks published with Red Moon Press. One of them, Not Like Fred and Ginger, was shortlisted for the prestigious American Haiku Foundation Touchstone Distinguished Book Award.
Elizabeth also composes photo-haiga, and won the 2nd Annual Jane Reichhold Memorial Contest in the photographic category. She has a children s picture book, Happy Haiku, published with Crimson Cloak Publishing, that is available worldwide. She has a page in the American Haiku Registry, The Living Senryu Anthology, and The Haiku Living Anthology. Elizabeth also writes women s fiction, and has six grandchildren she loves to the moon and back.

Thank you so much for your ongoing support and interest, Brian. It is so very appreciated.
Best always,
Liz
(Elizabeth Crocket)

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