Monthly Archives: October 2014

Sex, tea and theatre: Haiku’s rude sister, the Senryu

Japanese poetry is a hard thing to write about or to explain in the west – it seems to me sometimes a travesty to do so – nevertheless the Japanese poetic imagination informs all Japanese culture and at every level, … Continue reading

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