This collection of Richard Gilbert's theoretical papers, critical essays and interviews with contemporary Japanese (gendai) haiku poets attests to Gilbert's central position in laying the foundation for the haiku of the 21st century. His cross-cultural approach and interest in ecocriticism and the politics of poetry make this essential to understanding why things are changing, and how that will affect us. He is also the formulator of the new vocabulary for haiku, which gift is likely to shape its dialogue for decades to come.
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