the haiku circle
Peter Newton: Director. . .
Peter Newton is the author of four books: What We Find (2011, haiku) and Welcome to the Joy Ride (2013, haibun), both published by imaginary press, and The Searchable World (2017, haiku) published by Mapleview Publishing. In 2015 he co-authored with Kathe L. Palka A Path of Desire, a book of tan renga published by Red Moon Press. And in 2013 he collaborated with four other poets in the haiku collection Lonely Together published by nut wagon press. All three titles are available on Amazon. His poems are also included in the recent anthology Haiku in English; The First Hundred Years (W.W. Norton, 2013).
He is an editor of tinywords, an international online journal of haiku and other small poems which has been presenting daily poetry since the year 2000. With more than 3,500 daily subscribers, tinywords retains the largest circulation of haiku poetry published outside Japan.
A graduate of The University of Michigan and The Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College in Vermont, he has spent more than twenty summers as a staff member of The Bread Loaf School of English and The Bread Loaf Writers' Conference in Ripton, VT.
He lives in the rural hill town of Winchendon, Massachusetts.
What We Find, haiku by Peter Newton
Imaginary Press (Winchendon, MA), 2011
The Searchable World, haiku by Peter Newton
Mapleview Publishing, 2017
Welcome to the Joy Ride, haibun by Peter Newton
Imaginary Press (Winchendon, MA), 2013