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The author of the book: Cor van den Heuvel
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Date of issue: 2014
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این کتاب منتخبِ 180 هایکو از مجموع 700 هایکوِ کتابِ مشهورِ "هایکو اُنتولوژی" به گرداوریِ "کور واندن هوول" میباشد
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Read information about the authorI discoverd haiku in 1958 in San Francisco and have concentrated my writing on that kind of poetry and its related genres (senryu, haibun, haiga, etc.) ever since. I grew up in Maine and New Hampshire. Between my freshman and sophomore years at the University of New Hampshire, I served three years in the U.S. Air Force. At that time I was interested in the poetry of John Keats and the science fiction of Ray Bradbury among other general literary interests. I knew I wanted to be a writer, but I wasn't sure what kind.
Between my junior and senior years at UNH I took off a year to live in New York City, where I worked as a copyboy for the Woman's Home Companion. While in New York I saw the original English performance of Beckett's Waiting for Godot and began reading his works. I became a fan of Salinger's writing in the New Yorker.
After graduating from UNH with a BA in English Literature in 1957, I went to work as a cub reporter at the Concord Monitor in Concord, NH. It was in the fall of '57 while working at the Monitor that I happened to pick up at a local newstand the second issue of the Evergreen Review which was devoted to the San Francisco poetry renaissance. It had selections of work by Jack Kerouac, Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, Allen Ginsberg, and others. It was a whole new way of writing that impressed me so much that I decided to quit my job and go to San Francisco to experience it first hand.
I arrived in the city by the Bay in the spring of 1958 and found a room in a small hotel, The Sunny Hotel, on Bush Street just up from the corner of the street that runs through Chinatown all the way to North Beach where the poets hung out. There I met, in a bar called The Place, a poet who was part of the Robert Duncan/Jack Spicer group of writers who met periodically to read and discuss their work. He, George Stanley, happened to be hosting these meeting at the time and he invited me to attend them. At one of these meetings I met Gary Snyder who mentioned a kind of poetry called haiku and that began my long love affair with the genre.
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