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Volume: VOLUME 3 NUMBER 1 JAN. 2010
Edited by: Dr. Santosh Kumar
Binding: Paperback
ISSN: 0974 - 0023 (pp: 136)
Availability: In Stock (Ships within 1 to 2 days)
Publisher:, India
Pub. Date: 2010
Condition: New
Price: $10

Welcome! A very Happy New Year! Welcome to the  Harvests of New Millennium 2010! I hope you will enjoy these  poems, haiku,  book reviews, photography and visual art by both emerging and famous international poets and artists. It is a multicultural journal of literary and visual art. An increasingly large number of poets and artists submitted work for this issue. I offer my sincere thanks for your interest in Harvests of New Millennium. Our mission is to promote and focus on the best creative writing and artwork. This issue includes Art, poems, haiku, Book Review and several other interesting things. Harvests of  New Millennium is doing its best to promote understanding and enjoyment of literature and artwork. The best thing about artwork is that there are no language barriers. “Art is an international language, understood by all  (Igor Babailov).”

I express my deep condolence to those who died on January 12, 2010 in Haiti earthquake. I along with Cyberwit staff pray for peace to the bereaved families. Between 100000 and 200000 people died in this catastrophe. Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive announced on 18 January that over 70,000 bodies had been buried in mass graves.

While selecting Haiku, I had in my mind Ezra Pound's brilliant observation that Image should  present an intellectual and emotional complex in an instant of time. Due to entirely different phonetic system, 5-7-5 syllables should not be mandatory for writing haiku in English. The most significant thing is to develop “haiku eyes” to write natural and spontaneous haiku. I humbly hope you will find the poems, haiku and artwork satisfying. I'm grateful to the artists for their cooperation and help in bringing out this issue. Publishing creative works by so many voices and so many cultures is a happy experience for myself. 

I along with Karunesh Kumar Agrawal represented India to attend  the Druskininkai 20th Poetic Fall Festival and the 5th World Haiku Association Conference 2009 (September 30-October 5). We arrived in Vilnius from New Delhi on September 30, 2009, and stayed at the Hotel Ambassador. This provided an occasion to hear the subtle and majestic haiku read by the most remarkable haiku poets across the globe.


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