An Inch of Sky

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Author: Paresh Tiwari

9789351963929 | PB | pp. 120 | 2014 | 20 Notenooks Press

An Inch of Sky takes us into the depths of emotions with a collection of haiku and haibun from this award winning author.

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This book is a collection of 108 haiku and 25 haibun that take the reader through a journey into the depths of emotions that are easily identifiable and stand out for their disarming honesty.

Traditional Japanese haiku consist of three phrases that contain a kireji, or “cutting word”. Haiku originated as an opening part of a larger Japanese poem called renga.

Haibun combines haiku with prose.

Additional information

Author:

Paresh Tiwari

ISBN:

9789351963929

Binding:

Paperback

Year of Publication:

2014

Pages:

120

Publisher:

20 Notenooks Press

Edition:

First

Condition:

New

Country of Origin:

India

About the Author

An electrical engineer by profession, a creative writer, and illustrator by choice, the author grew up in the labyrinthine lanes of Lucknow. The atmosphere steeped in art, history, and culture rubbed off on him and from time to time, he indulged in painting, sculpture, comic strips, poetry, and fiction. He took to Japanese literary short forms in the winter of 2012. His haiku, haibun, tanka, and haiga have been published in various international print and e-journals and anthologies. He has won the Shiki and Indian Kukai, both peer-reviewed haiku competitions multiple times over, and his haiku have been recognised in various contests and reviews, the most notable being a third prize in the Summer World haiku Review 2014 and an honourable mention at the Mumbai Tata Literature Live, Autumn Rain Contest 2014. His haibun won the Wordweavers 2014 Flash Fiction contest. He is currently the resident cartoonist for United haiku and tanka society, USA. He has conducted haiku and haibun workshops at Hyderabad International Literature Festival – 2014 and at the SIES College Mumbai, for the students of Literature.

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