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“Original unpublished haiku not under consideration elsewhere are welcome. Please send submissions of 5-15 poems at a time. Posting to private, online mailing lists and workshops is not considered prior publication; however, appearance in an edited online journal or a public forum, or posting on Twitter, Facebook or a personal blog, renders a poem ineligible for submission. All copyrights revert to the author upon publication.

Acorn publishes in April and October. Submissions will be read in January and February for the Spring issue and in July and August for the Fall issue. Submissions received prior to that time will be returned unread.”



Each issue has a different theme.


“Send a maximum of 5 single haiku and/or 1 series/sequence of maximum 8 haiku.

Submission deadlines are:
September 15 – October 15 for the November 15 issue
January 15 – February 15 for the March 15 issue
May 15 – June 15 for the July 15 issue

We consider works having been through an editorial process (by someone else than the author him/herself) as published. Works published on social media or private blogs are not considered published.

We don’t accept work under consideration elsewhere.

All works must original.”


bottle rockets

“bottle rockets seeks: haiku, senryu, very short haiku-like poems, tanka, and haibun. On rare occasions, very short (less than one page) single author haiku or tanka sequences will be considered.

All submissions within the U.S. should be submitted via USPS (snail mail). No email submissions will be accepted from poets in the U.S.
Poets outside the U.S. may submit poems via email, but please confirm electronic receipt of all correspondence.

Please send no less than 5 and no more than 10 haiku, senryu or related poems.

The staff of bottle rockets leans very much away from the outdated grammar school
model of 5-7-5 haiku model. Therefore, please do not send any 5-7-5 “haiku.”

No simultaneous, previously published material, and/or work that has “appeared” anywhere in the universe please for any reason. That means in newsletters, websites, e-zines, blogs, discussion groups, contests, programs, flyers, any thing you can possible think of.”



“The submission may include any or all of the following:

1. Up to ten (10) haiku
2. Up to three (3) haibun
3. Up to three (3) rengay or other short sequences
4. One (1) renku or other long sequence
5. One (1) essay
6. One (1) book review

The new submission schedule is as follows:

March 15 to May 15 (for the Spring/Summer Issue)
July 01 to September 01 (for the Fall Issue)
October 15 to December 15 (for the Winter Issue)

All submissions must be original, unpublished work that is not under consideration by a print or web-based journal. While posts on Internet sites such as Facebook or Twitter are eligible, posts on blogs are not.”


Frozen Butterfly

“Submissions can be sent from the 1st of August until the 1st of September, and from the 1st of February until the 1st of March.

Send up to three unpublished haiku in the body of an email along with your name and place of residence as you wish them to appear in the journal. 
If you have work accepted for Frozen Butterfly you will be required to provide a photo of yourself and two voice recordings in a WAV or MP3 format.”


Heron’s Nest

“Submission Deadlines:
March 15 (for the June issue)
June 15 (for the September issue)
September 15 (for the December issue)
December 15 (for the March issue)

Haiku may be sent at any time for consideration for the next available issue.

Please submit 5 – 15 poems at a time.

Poems that have been previously published in print or on the Internet, including publication on personal web sites or blogs, public video and/or photo sites, and public forums, are not eligible for submission to our journal. Any work that can be found in a Web search is considered previously published. Poems submitted to us must be the original work of the submitting poet and must not be under consideration by any their publication or contest.”


Haiku Presence

“Presence is a haiku magazine, specialising in publishing high quality haiku, senryu, tanka, renku and related poetry. It appears 2 times per year.

Submission periods: 

1 February – 30 April 2015
1 August – 31 October


A Hundred Gourds

“A Hundred Gourds is no longer accepting submissions. The AHG team hopes you’ll enjoy revisiting the abundant variety of haiku and related work published in each section of our nineteen quarterly issues.”




“Please submit no more than 5 haiku per issue. Be sure to include your snail-mail address in the email submission or a SASE with snail mail submissions. Do not submit work under consideration by other magazines or contests.

Each issue features 15 top-quality haiku.”


Modern Haiku

“Material submitted to Modern Haiku is to be the author’s original work, previously unpublished and not under consideration by any other publication, including Web-based journals, personal Web sites, blogs, social networking sites, etc.

Editorial cut-off dates for the reading and selection of submissions are March 15, July 15, and November 15 (postmark), but material may be sent at any time and upon acceptance will be published in the next available issue.

Please send 5–15 haiku/senryu and/or up to 3 haibun per submission by e-mail or post.”



“moongarlic is a biannual E-zine published by Yet To Be Named Free Press on the first Monday of May and November. Issue 1 was published on November 4th 2013.

May issue: accepting subs from February 1st to February 28/29th inclusive
November issue: accepting subs from August 1st to August 31st inclusive”


Prune Juice

“Submission Schedule:
As of 2013, Prune Juice will be published three times a year.

MARCH issue
Please submit between December 1st and February 15th

JULY issue
Please submit between April 1st and June 15th

Please submit between August1st and October 15th

Prune Juice is seeking submissions of quality senryu and kyoka in English from writers across the globe as well as submissions of quality haiga with a senryu twist.

Here at Prune Juice, we believe ‘previously published’ poems are those that have been previously selected for publication by another editor. “



UHTS cattails is a tri-annual online presentation. cattails collected works is open to electronic submissions of haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, haiga, tankart.

Please submit only (Literary or Artistic) work that has never been previously published elsewhere, either online or in print, (this includes on social media sites, blogs, and websites).

Submission Dates:

January edition opens October 15 to the Deadline: December 15
Publication Target Date: January 15.

May edition opens February 15 to the Deadline: April 15
Publication Target Date: May 15.

September edition opens June 15 to the Deadline: August 15
Publication Target Date: September 15.”



Under the Basho

“Under the Basho is now an organic journal that develops its content as the year proceeds. The opening date for submissions is March 1st and remains open until November 15th, 2015. December 1st of each year will be considered our formal publication date (an Annual Journal).

Please submit poems that have not been published in any journal, ezine, magazine, book, personal website, twitter, or youtube. Facebook groups and workshops are not considered published and those poems are acceptable to submit.

Using the submission menu (drop down menu above, submit up to 10 poems for each category you are interested in. Submit 1 for Best Of.


World Haiku Review

Up to ten poems which have not been published or are not considered for publication elsewhere.”





“Поэтический журнал «Ёршик», выходящий на русском языке, ориентирован на традиционные формы японской поэзии сэнрю и кёка, а также статьи и эссе, посвящённые этим жанрам.
Приём работ в апрельский, июльский, октябрьский и январский номера – до 1 марта, 1 июня, 1 сентября и 1 декабря соответственно.”


Popular Magazines of Haiku, Haibun, Tanka

(Thank you, Marta M. Chociłowska!)

ACORN http://acornhaiku.com/submissions/

Africa Haiku Network https://africahaikunetwork.wordpress.com/submission-guides/

Akitsu Quarterly http://www.wildgraces.com/Akitsu-Quarterly.html

ARDEA http://www.ardea.org.uk/submissions.html

Atlas Poetica http://atlaspoetica.org/

Bones – Journal for Contemporary Haiku http://www.bonesjournal.com/submission.html

cattails http://www.cattailsjournal.com/submissions.html

Contemporary Haibun Online http://contemporaryhaibunonline.com/pages_all/submissions.html

Chrysanthemum: http://www.bregengemme.net/chrysanthemum/pages/en/submission-guidelines.php

CREATRIX: http://creatrix.wapoets.net.au/haiku-submission-guidelines/

Daily Haiga http://www.dailyhaiga.org/submissions/

Failed Haiku https://failedhaiku.com/submissions-guidelines/

Frameless Sky http://framelesssky.weebly.com/submissions.html

FROGPOND: http://www.hsa-haiku.org/frogpond/submissions.html

Haibun Today http://haibuntoday.com/pages/submissions.html

Haigaonline http://haigaonline.com/issue18-1/issue.html

Haikuniverse http://www.haikuniverse.com/submit/

hedgerow a journal of small poems https://hedgerowpoems.wordpress.com/submissions/

is/let modern haiku https://isletpoetry.wordpress.com/submissions/

Modern HAIKU http://www.modernhaiku.org/submissions.html

Moongarlic E-zine http://www.moongarlic.org/p/subs.html

One Man’s Maple Moon: Call for Tanka Submissions http://neverendingstoryhaikutanka.blogspot.ca/2017/01/2017-one-mans-maple-moon-call-for-tanka.html

Otata https://otatablog.wordpress.com/

PRUNE JUICE https://prunejuice.wordpress.com/submissions/

Ribbons -the Tanka Society of America journal http://www.tankasocietyofamerica.org/ribbons/ribbons-submission-guidelines

Right Hand Pointing http://www.righthandpointing.net/2017-haiku-guidelines

Scryptic Magazine of Alternative Art http://seet25.wixsite.com/scryptic/submissions

SONIC BOOM journal http://sonicboomjournal.wixsite.com/sonicboom/emotional

Stardust Haiku http://stardusthaiku.blogspot.it/p/blog-page.html

The Bamboo Hut – Journal of English Language http://thebamboohut.weebly.com/submissions.html

The Heron’s Nest http://www.theheronsnest.com/submit.html

The Mainichi https://form.mainichi.jp/mdn/haiku/form.html

Tinwords http://tinywords.com

Under the Basho http://www.underthebasho.com/submissions/submission-guidelines.html

Wild Plum – a Haiku Journal: https://wildplumhaiku.wordpress.com/submission/

WORLD HAIKU REVIEW https://sites.google.com/site/worldhaikureview2/aboutworldhaikureview

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