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3LIGHTS Winter 2010

3LIGHTS Winter 2010

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Published by Liam Wilkinson
3LIGHTS is a quarterly journal of haiku and related forms. Issue 1 includes work from such poets as Sanford Goldstein, M.Kei, Lorin Ford and featured poet Michael Dylan Welch.
3LIGHTS is a quarterly journal of haiku and related forms. Issue 1 includes work from such poets as Sanford Goldstein, M.Kei, Lorin Ford and featured poet Michael Dylan Welch.

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Published by: Liam Wilkinson on Jan 16, 2010
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3LIGHTS
 Journal of Haiku & Related Forms
Issue 1 : Winter 2010ISSN 2042-910XEdited byLiam & Diane Wilkinson
3LIGHTS Journal of Haiku & Related FormsIssue 1 : Winter 2010 ISSN 2042-910XCopyright © Liam Wilkinson 2010All rights reserved. If you wish to reproduce any partof this journal, please contact the editor/publisher in writing.Reviewers and scholars may quote up to six poems.3LIGHTS is dedicated to promoting modern English haikuand related forms. It is edited by Liam Wilkinsonand Diane Wilkinson. Please send all submissionsand correspondence to threelightsgallery@yahoo.co.uk.3LIGHTS Editionswww.3lights.wordpress.com
 
Editor’s Note
And so the 3LIGHTS Gallery closes its doors. After three yearsand twenty five successful online exhibitions of haiku, senryu,tanka, kyoka and haiga from some of the world’s finest writersand artists, it’s with a mixture of sadness and pride that my wifeDiane and I lock the old back door and slip quietly away.Well, not so quietly.When I announced that 3LIGHTS would return in 2010 in theguise of a free online quarterly journal, the response wasstaggering. The names of old friends began appearing in myinbox daily, and with them, new names and shiny new poems.Before the end of September 2009, the top drawer of my deskwas brimming with some of the finest haiku I’ve had thepleasure of reading, let alone editing for a brand new journal.This first edition of 3LIGHTS is nothing short of a feast of newwork. Like
Launch,
the 3LIGHTS Gallery’s first exhibition threeyears ago, this edition presents a selection of haiku and relatedforms without a running theme, arranged with particularattention to the visual presentation of the short forms. It has,and always will be, our intention to ‘exhibit’ poetry rather thansimply dishing it out. And, from our spring edition onwards, wewill reintroduce ‘themed editions’ to 3LIGHTS – the first of which being
music
.Each issue of the 3LIGHTS Journal will also include a workfrom a featured poet. We’re delighted that our debut editionfeatures new work from master of his craft, Michael DylanWelch.

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