> The Things You Can Read: Knoph's Haiku-Writing Contest

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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Knoph's Haiku-Writing Contest

To participate in Knopf’s Poem-a-Day haiku-writing contest, please submit at least one, but no more than five haiku to KnopfHaikuContest@gmail.com, including your email address so that we can contact you. We will share the winning verses on our website, Facebook, andTumblr at the end of the month, and the winners will receive copies of David Young’s Moon Woke Me Up Nine Times: Selected Haiku of Basho, as well as one other recent Knopf poetry title. Thank you for participating! Pass along this link to invite your friends to join our haiku-writing contest.
Let us know what you plan to do to celebrate National Poetry Month!

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