Haiku of the Dead PDF õ Haiku of MOBI :Ú

Haiku of the Dead PDF õ Haiku of MOBI :Ú

Haiku of the Dead ☃ [PDF / Epub] ☂ Haiku of the Dead By Jason Kirk ✑ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Poetry to eat your brains Haiku of the Dead is an anthology that pieces together a warm hearted story of guts and gore Told through the imagistic language of haiku every flesh ripping moment of the zo Poetry to eat your brains Haiku of the Dead is an anthology that pieces together a warm hearted story of guts and gore Told through the imagistic language of haiku every flesh ripping moment of the zombie apocalypse is covered from dawn to demise Thirty five narrators take readers through infested streets and graveyards from the points of view of both survivors and the undead with haiku from authors around the world.


About the Author: Jason Kirk

Jason Kirk is the author of A Fabulous Hag in Purple on the Moor Reverb and The Other Whites in South Africa as well as the composer of The Mirror of Simple Souls an opera collaboration with librettist and poet Anne Carson He received his Master of Fine Arts in Poetry from the University of Michigan and his writing awards include Hopwood Major and Minor Poetry Prizes His recent work.



10 thoughts on “Haiku of the Dead

  1. Sipho Nkosi Sipho Nkosi says:

    I received an advance copy and was surprised by the uality While each haiku is set in its own little world they are structured in such a way that they tell a story Ultimately this is a fun and experimental collection It's not for serious poetry collectors but if you're looking for a zombie book to read on the toilet this is one to get


  2. K.R. Smith K.R. Smith says:

    As a disclaimer I have mention that I am one of the contributors to this anthology I also have to mention that I'm not really into zombies but the challenge of writing a haiku about them interested meThe book is rather short of content I think it would have been better to have entries but the anthologist can only work with what they receive so perhaps there were not a lot of submissions There were a number of good ones but there were also several that did not follow the 5 7 5 pattern reuested and some of them were a bit forced I did notice that as another reviewer mentioned the haiku were arranged in a way that hinted at a story or at least a time line so the anthologist did do a bit work here than it might appear If you really have a thing for zombies pick it up too bad there's not a cheaper Kindle version Perhaps they'll drop the price a little too


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