Trifolds

Once or twice a year I create a new trifold flyer with selections of usually recently published haiku, senryu, tanka, or occasionally rengay. I print 200 to 300 copies of each flyer on specialty paper (it’s a broadside of sorts), usually stamp each copy with my chop (with my name in Japanese), and give out copies at selected readings, workshops, conferences, or other presentations. The following is a list of most of the trifolds I’ve done over the years (I’ve lost track of a few earlier ones). Links indicate that a PDF version of that particular trifold is available online. These links display a separate page where you can view the files or download them to print out for yourself. The following trifolds are listed in chronological order, with the earliest first. Comments always welcome! 
  • Tanned and Healthy (1997, tan-renga) +
  • Thornewood Poems (1998, haiku; published by Haiku Canada) +
  • Pop Fly (1998, baseball haiku) +
  • A Table for One (1999, haiku)
  • Luggage Poems (1999, tanka) +
  • Four Rengay (1999, rengay with Garry Gay)
  • The Sandpiper’s Song (2000, haiku)
  • Skid Marks (2000, tanka)
  • Meteor Shower (2001, haiku)
  • Morning Bird Song (2001, haiku for Robert Spiess on his 80th birthday)
  • Asilomar (2002; haiku from ten years of Asilomar haiku retreats)
  • Tagged with Ribbons (2002; selections of my prizewinning haiku)
  • Moving Day (2003; pregnancy/fatherhood haiku) +
  • A Hundred Pillows (2003; tanka)
  • Gingerly (2003; visual/concrete poems/haiku, published by pawEpress)
  • Chairs Askew (2004; haiku; slightly updated in 2013 with new fonts)
  • First One Birch (2004; haiku from a workshop I taught)
  • First Star (2004; haiku; slightly updated in 2013 with new fonts)
  • Bullseye (2005; haiku)
  • Neap Tide (2006; haiku; slightly updated in 2013 with new fonts)
  • Sunbreak (2007; haiku)
  • Holiday Haiku (2007; haiku booklet for a glass Christmas ornament containing my haiku)
  • Dinner Mints (2008; haiku)
  • A Haiku Handful (2009; haiku)
  • Six Rengay (2010, rengay with six other poets; first-prize winners in HPNC rengay contests)
  • N.B. (2010; neon buddha poems)
  • Edge of My Boot (2011; haiku about mostly Pacific Northwest plants and flowers) +
  • 2010 Haiku Invitational Winners (2011, my comments on the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival haiku contest, published by Haiku Canada)
  • Crossing the Room (2011; haiku)
  • Traces of Snow (2012; haiku from National Haiku Writing Month)
  • A Dolphin or Two (2012; American Sentences)
  • A Hundred Pennies (2013; haiku)
  • Solitary (2013; tanka)
  • First Snow (2013; haiku, with Japanese translations) +