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Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Carpe Diem Extra #16 - 2015
Dear haijin, visitors and travelers,
As you can see I have changed a few things in the menu underneath the header of our Haiku Kai. I have removed a few pages and have brought in a few new ones.
As you can see I have two e-books placed in the menu. They are available only for reading and I will change those pages on a regular base.
The first Kukai of our Haiku Kai will close tomorrow at midnight (night between 15th and 16th) and than I will start making the list of submitted haiku. Of course there will be no names placed underneath the haiku, because in a Kukai the judging is only based on the haiku and not on the haiku poet.
As I have created the list I will email it to all those who have submitted haiku for the Kukai. To find the winner you may give three (3) haiku a point, 3 points for the haiku you find best, 2 points for a second best haiku and 1 point for third best haiku.
After you have done your judging than email the points (the list) back to our Carpe Diem Haiku Kai email ... write in the subject "judged kukai".
I will count all the points and than I will publish the final list (with names and the won points) at our Haiku Kai. Of course you may not give your own haiku points.
The winner will be granted with the honor that he/she will be our featured haiku poet in June 2015 and he/she will get the opportunity to compile an e-book (maximum of 25 pages, or 50 haiku) of his/her haiku which will be placed for downloading on our Haiku Kai.
Well ... it's almost done our Kukai, you have time until April 15th 23:55 hour to submit your haiku to our email-address:
please write Kukai 2015 in the subject place.
Chèvrefeuille, your host
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Pretty fantastic award! We should try to open this up as much as possible on the web...ReplyDelete