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1   Link   Simply Haiku
Simply Haiku has become, in its short 7.5 year span, a major voice in the international English language Japanese short form poetry world, with well over 6,000 readers.
2   Link   tinywords
"tinywords is an international, daily magazine of haiku and micropoetry."
3   Link   Notes from the Gean
"We seek to encourage excellence, experimentation and education within the haiku community."
4   Link   The Heron's Nest
"The Heron’s Nest is a quarterly journal. A new edition is published during the first week of March, June, September, and December."
5   Link   Acorn
"Acorn publishes in April and October. The deadline for the Spring issue is February 28; the deadline for the Fall issue is August 31. Submission review begins two months before the deadline."
6   Link   Frogpond
"The journal Frogpond, edited by George Swede and Anita Krumins, is an official serial publication of the Haiku Society of America. Its primary function is to publish the best in contemporary English-language haiku and senryu, linked forms including sequences, renku, rengay, and haibun, essays and articles on these forms, and book reviews. The magazine, published three times a year, is copyrighted by the HSA."
7   Link   haijinx
"Putting the hai back in haiku."
8   Link   Shamrock
"Shamrock is an international quarterly online journal that publishes quality haiku, senryu and haibun in English."
9   Link   Haiku Presence
"Presence is a haiku magazine, specialising in publishing high quality haiku, senryu, tanka, renku and related poetry. It appears 3 times per year."
10   Link   Mayfly
"Each issue features 14 or 15 top-quality haiku."
11   Link   Roadrunner
"Roadrunner is a quarterly online journal seeking to publish the best and most diverse in English-language haiku (including senryu, zappai and short poetry inspired by haiku)."
12   Link   Prune Juice
Prune Juice is a journal of contemporary senryu and kyoka, published exclusively online twice yearly. It is edited by Liam Wilkinson and Bruce Boynton.
13   Link   Haigaonline
The first haiga e-zine in history, Haigaonline 'HAIGAOnline: A Journal of Poetry and Painting' as it was then called) was founded by Jeanne Emrich.
Current editors: Linda Morey Papanicolaou and Jasminka Nadaskic Djordjevic