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Blithe Spirit: Journal of the British Haiku Society

Blithe Spirit is the quarterly journal of the British Haiku Society, with the cover dates of February, May, August and November to some extent reflecting the season just ended. The name of the journal was suggested by their first President, James Kirkup, as a tribute to the British haiku scholar R H Blyth. Each issue usually consists of 80 pages, with original poems covering the gamut of haikai genres, a diversity of articles about the writing and appreciation of haiku and related forms, book reviews, letters to the editor, features and announcement of the winner of the Museum of Haiku Literature Award (£50) for the haiku chosen as best from the previous issue.

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