National Haiku Writing Month
Launch of New NaHaiWriMo Website
Major relaunch today of the NaHaiWriMo website, now secure and optimized for PCs, tablets, and phones, with numerous design changes throughout. Welcome to NaHaiWriMo 2.0!
Meet Our October 2021 Prompter, Linda Papanicolaou
Our daily writing prompter for October of 2021 is Linda Papanicolaou, who previously prompted for NaHaiWriMo way back in April of 2012. Linda recently retired as an art teacher, a profession that brought her to both haiku and haiga. She has also run the Haigaonline website for many years. Learn more about Linda and read three sample poems at her Meet the Prompter interview.
Meet Our September 2021 Prompter, Steve Ralph
Our daily writing prompter for September of 2021 is Steve Ralph, who is prompting for NaHaiWriMo for the first time. Steve's path to haiku was through his father, George Ralph, a longtime haiku poet who died in 1997. Steve also followed his father's footsteps into theater. Learn more about Steve's old and new steps to haiku and read three sample poems at his Meet the Prompter interview.
Meet Our August 2021 Prompter, Pris Campbell
Meet Our June 2021 Prompter, Deborah P Kolodji
Register for Worldwide NaHaiWriMo Zoom Readings
Meet Our NaHaiWriMo in Spanish Prompter
NaHaiWriMo Zoom Readings
Time for NaHaiWriMo!
Earlier NaHaiWriMo News and Announcements
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