Haiku papers, 1982-2004.


Brandi, John. Haiku papers, 1982-2004.

Haiku papers, 1982-2004.

The collection consists of John Brandi's working papers relating to his haiku publications. This material was organized by Brandi and his content notes for each folder have been retained. Each folder pertains to one publication and includes items associated with the creation and publication of that title. Correspondence from co-authors, publishers, readers, etc., are also in each folder. The following titles have been organized in order of publication date: That crow that visited was flying backwards (1982 and 1984 eds.); Settng foot (1984); Circling: a cycle of linked hoops (1988); Poems from the green parade (1990); Weeding the cosmos (1992); No reason at all (1996); River following (1997); Empty moon : belly full (2000 ed.); Stone garland : a haiku journey, northern Viet Nam(2000); Angkor Wat (2003); Untitled broadside (2003); China: a haibun journal (2004); One cup and another (2004); Phnom Penh: haibun journal (2004).

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American Haiku Archives.

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Sanfield, Steve

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Northern California storyteller and poet. From the description of Steve Sanfield papers, 1960-ca. 1990. (University of California, Davis). WorldCat record id: 56969301 ...

Brandi, John

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Born in 1943, John Brandi attended California State University, Northridge and graduated with a B.A. in art and anthropology. From 1966 to 1968 he worked as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador. It was also in Ecuador that Brandi began publishing his poems in hand-sewn mimeograph editions. After further travel he returned to the United States where he met several Beat Generation poets and David Meltzer, who published Brandi's first collection of prose poems. In 1971 Brandi moved to New Mexico and ...