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Announcing the 2020 ASIAN CELEBRATION HAIKU CONTEST
Skipping Stones Magazine and the Asian Celebration
Invite your best Nature Haikus by Friday, the 7th of Feb. 2020
(Selected Haiku entries will be featured in our Spring 2020 issue.)
The Haiku entries should be ready for display in the exhibit Room. Use either 11 x 17 or 8.5 x 11 paper and feel free to include your own Nature art to illustrate the Haiku. Selected entries will be displayed in the exhibit hall during the 2020 Asian Celebration Weekend. All entries will also be considered for publication in Skipping Stones magazine.
Haiku is a traditional poetry form that comes from Japan.
* It consists of three lines. The first line and third line both have five syllables and the middle line has seven (But we will not be very strict).
* Haiku appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch) and touch the heart.
* Nature Art can accompany your haiku, and it is also encouraged!
On the back of your entries, provide this information:
* Your full name, School’s name, your grade level, Teacher’s name, your or teacher’s e-mail & address. Haiku entries must reach us by 5 PM on Friday, Feb. 7th at
Skipping Stones office, P. O. Box 3939, Eugene, Oregon 97403 USA.
Our Street address: 166 W. 12th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401 USA
(We’re located in the Odd Fellows Building on the corner of 12th Ave. & Charnelton St. in Eugene)
To send by e-mail or for more info., contact: email@example.com
Select entries will also be published in the Spring 2020 issue. If your Haiku is published in Skipping Stones, you will receive a complimentary copy of the Spring 2020 issue.
We look forward to seeing your HAIKUS (with or without nature art) by Friday., Feb. 7th!