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Note that many journals publish several styles of writing - haiku, tanka, haibun, etc. These are generally listed under "haiku" so please read all the entries carefully. Specialist publications in styles other than haiku have their own sub-heads (see above).

Haiku

New Zealand / Australia / Austria/ Bosnia-Herzegovenia / Britain / Canada / India / International /Ireland / Japan / Netherlands / Serbia / Sweden / USA

New Zealand

Haikai Cafe:
Published bimonthly within a fine line, the magazine of the New Zealand Poetry Society, looking for haiku, senryu, tanka & short haibun. NZPS members only.
Submit: At any time, up to three of each form in the body of an email to editor Kirsten Cliff with "haikai cafe" in the subject line. Find information on joining NZPS here.

Haiku News:
Published as often as they have haiku. Send ku based on the news headlines.
Submit: To the editors. For full details see the website

Kokako:
Is published twice a year, and includes haiku, senryu, tanka, renga and related forms. Deadline: Reading periods November 1- February 1 (for April publication) and May 1- July 1 (for September). Submit preferably by email, sending 1 submission of 10 poems/haibun only in the body of the email and not as an attachment.
Submit: By email or post to Patricia Prime, 42 Flanshaw Rd, Te Atatu South, Auckland 0610, New Zealand.
Subscription: $NZ25/year ($US22 or $A20 for overseas). Cheque/money order to Patricia Prime.

Valley MicroPress:
Is published 10 times a year, welcomes all forms of short poetry.
Submit: At any time to Editor Tony Chad or post to: 165A Katherine Mansfield Drive, Whiteman's Valley, Upper Hutt 5371, New Zealand.
Subscription: $30 a year. Cheque to the editor. For full details, including overseas subscription rates, email the Editor.

Australia

Creatrix:
Publishes 4 times a year online.
Submit: For full details see the website. 

FreeXpresSion:
Published monthly and has a haiku section.
Submit: Send up to 5 haiku to Haiku Editor Cynthia Rowe including your postal address, or write to 46 Fletcher Street, Woollahra, NSW 2025, Australia.
Subscription: $A66 (airmail overseas, 12 issues); $A36 (6 issues). Complimentary copy on first inclusion. Send to: The Editor, FreeXpresSion, PO Box 4, West Hoxton NSW Australia 2171.

Paper Wasp:

Published 4 times a year, each issue co-edited by two of its four permanent editors. Note that no broad-spectrum submissions are being accepted in 2014 as special issues are planned to mark the journal's 20th birthday - June (contemporary and experimental haiku, submissions close May 1); September (senryu, August 1); December (haiku with an Australian flavour/theme, November 1). Submissions from overseas poets welcomed for all issues.
Submit: By email. For full details see the website.

Windfall:
Published once a year, print only. Only Australian haiku poets may submit.
Submit: July only. For full details, including subscription costs, see this website.

Austria

Chrysanthemum:
Published twice a year online in both German and English and includes haiku, senryu, tanka and haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Bosnia-Herzegovenia

Diogen:
Published online, includes haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun and haiga. Click on the haiku tab at the top of the home page to see previous issues.
Submit: See the website, which is rather complex. Regular seasonal competitions are run for haiku, senryu and tanka, which seems to generate the content. There doesn't appear to be a submissions section.

Britain

Ardea:
Published online only, in all languages (with translations into or from English) and includes haiku, senryu, tanka, haiga, haibun and renku.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Frozen Butterfly:
Published twice a year as a video haiku journal on YouTube. All styles of English-Language haiku welcome. 
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haiku Scotland:
A free email journal published 5 times a year, and includes haiku, senryu and tanka. See reviews of past issues here.
Submit: Send up to 8 poems to editor Frazer Henderson.

Hedgerow:
Published weekly online, includes haiku, tanka and haiga.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Ink Sweat & Tears:
Published online with a section of haiku, tanka, haibun and haiga.
Submit: For full details see the website. Look in the right-hand menu for "Haibun, Haiku & Haiga".

moongarlic:
Published twice a year online, for short forms.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Presence:
Published twice a year, and includes haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun and renga.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Time Haiku:
Published twice a year, deadline end of October, end of February. £12/$US25 for 2 issues (outside Britain) including two editions of the Time Haiku Newsletter and the annual Tanka Pool.
Submit: To editor Diana Webb by e-mail. For reviews of past copies go to this website.

Canada

Daily Haiku:
Appears daily on-line and an in annual print anthology, but submissions are accepted twice a year only.
Submit: For full details, which are quite precise, see the website

Haiku Canada Newsletter:
Published 3 times a year and includes haiku. Open to non-members (membership is $C25/year).
Submit: By e-mail to Editor LeRoy Gorman, or post to 51 Graham West, Napanee, Ontario, Canada K7R 2J6. For full details see the website (scroll down the page a little).

Never Ending Story:
For haiku and tanka. All poems translated into "Chinese" by editor Chen-ou Liu and published on the blog and Twitter. Annual e-book anthologies produced - Butterfly Dream (haiku) and One Man's Maple Moon (tanka).
Submit: For full details see the website.

India

Ayush:
The journal of the International Haiku Association of India. 
Submit: By e-mail

Haiku Sansaar:
Published online, includes haiku's related forms and is bilingual in English and Hindi.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Taj Mahal Review:
Published twice a year, includes haiku and artworks.
Submit: Full details from the website.

International

A Hundred Gourds:
Published 4 times a year online, includes haiku, haibun, haiga, tanka and renku.
Submit: For full details go to the website.

Bones:
Published twice a year online. New haiku (gendai), sequences and essays.
Submit: For full details see the website.

cattails:
Published three times a year online for haiku/senryu, tanka, haibun, haiga and sequences.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Seven by Twenty:
Published on Twitter, looks for "very, very, very short literature". Haiku and senryu welcome.
Submit: Details from this website.

Simply Haiku:
Published twice a year online, featuring haiku, tanka, haibun, haiga.
Submit: For full details see the website

Under the Basho:
Published in an annual form on December 1, featuring haiku in 5 distinct styles (explained on the website).
Submit: For full details see the website, submit throughout the year until August 31. 

World Haiku Review:
Published 4 times a year online, includes haiku, haiga and haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Ireland

Haiku Ireland:
Non-members may submit haiku. The website also contains an informative quarterly newsletter (pdf format).
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haiku Spirit:
An online bilingual (English and French) journal.
Submit: By e-mail to editor Gilles Fabre. For full details see the website.

Shamrock:
Published 3 times a year online, the journal of the Irish Haiku Society, featuring haiku, senryu and haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Japan

Asahi Haikuist Network:
Twice-monthly English-language column in a bi-lingual newspaper.
Submit: Haiku for the season to David McMurray. For full details see the website.

Ginyu:
Published 4 times a year with an English section. A selection is published online.
Submit: By e-mail to Editor Ban'ya Natsuishi. For full details see the website.

Mainichi Daily News:
An English-language daily newspaper which publishes an online monthly selection of haiku.
Submit: For full details see the website.

NOON: journal of the short poem:
Published online 2 or 3 times a year.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Netherlands

Whirligig:
Bilingual Dutch/English and other languages translated into Dutch; haiku, senryu and "short" haibun. Published twice a year.
Submit: Full details from the website (in Dutch, but not too difficult to understand if you squint a bit).

Serbia

Haiku Reality:
Published online only.
Submit: For full details see the website.

United States

Acorn:
Published twice a year, haiku only. 
Submit: For full details see the website.

Adventum:
An outdoor magazine published twice a year online and print on demand, haiku only and preferably in 5-7-5.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Ant Ant Ant Ant Ant:
Published once a year (about), includes experimental haiku. Issues are handmade and feature 1 poet only (60 haiku). Send 50-100 haiku at a time.
Submit: By e-mail to editor Chris Gordon or post to PO Box 3158, Eugene, OR 97403-0158, USA.

Bear Creek Haiku:
Published irregulary throughout the year, paper format only.
Submit: For full details see this website.

Bottle Rockets:
Published twice a year; also a publishing house, accepts haiku, senryu, tanka and short haibun.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Frogpond:
The journal of the Haiku Society of America, published 3 times a year with a sampler online. Accepts submissions from non-members, includes haiku, senryu and renku.
Submit: For full details see the website

is/let:
An ever-expanding gallery of work, so no publications dates and submission dates.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Lynx:
Published 3 times a year online, featuring haiku sequences, renga or other "symbiotic poems", tanka, tanka sequences, haibun, ghazals, etc.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Lyrical Passion:
Published online featuring haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, haiga and tan renga, among others. From 2011 there will be a $US50 prize for the best haiku and tanka published during the course of the year.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Masks:
Published
online as part of Roadrunner journal. Submittors must use pen names only - one writer may use several haigo (noms-de-plume).
Submit: For full details see the Roadrunner website.

Mayfly:
Published twice a year, haiku only. Pays $US10/haiku.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Modern Haiku:
Published 4 times a year and is primarily a paper journal. Pays $US1/haiku or $2/haibun published (for postal submissions only).
Submit: For full details see the website.

Pulse:
For work about health care. A new haiku will appear on the Pulse home page every other week. Each haiku remains there for one week before taking up residence in the Haiku Collection. Real experiences preferred.
Submit: For full details see the website (scroll down to the haiku section at the bottom).

Sketchbook:
Published monthly online featuring all short forms and including rengay and haiga. Poems must not have been published online in any form (ie, no workshopped poems to be submitted).
Submit: For full details see the website.

South by Southeast:
Published 4 times a year featuring haiku, senryu, renga, haibun, or black-and-white haiga. The editor's choices for each edition are also published online.
Submit: For full details see the website.

The Electronic Poetry Network:
Publishes a set of haiku each week.
Submit: For full details see the website.

The Heron's Nest:

Published 4 times a year online and in an annual paper anthology. 
Submit: For full details see the website.

 

Tinywords:

Is published 4 times a year, includes haiku, tanka and haibun. Paper anthologies also available.
Submit: For full details see the website. 


 

Senryu

 

Prune Juice:

Publishes 3 times a year online.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Tanka Publications

Anglo-Japanese Tanka Society:
Members only, but free to join.
Submit: For full details see the website.

American Tanka:
Published twice a year.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Atlas Poetica:
Published three times a year, tanka/waka/kyoka and its variants, sets and sequences. Poetry of place.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Eucalypt:
Published twice a year. Printed on hanno silk paper.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Gusts:
Published twice a year by Tanka Canada ($US25 for annual membership). Members only.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Moonbathing, a Journal of Women's Tanka:
Published twice a year, accepting work from women only. Send poems applicable to the (northern) autumn/winter and spring/summer at the relevant time; or non-season poems. No previously published tanka or simultaneous submissions; no tanka that have been posted on-line, whether on a personal website/blog or on a tanka discussion group; and no publicly workshopped tanka will be considered.
Submit: Up to 10 poems, in-hand by May 15 or November 15.
Subscription: $US12/year US & Canada; $US16 elsewhere; a single issue half the relevant price. Payment and submissions to editor Pamela A. Babusci, send poems in the body of the mail (no attachments). Note that anyone who has work accepted is required to purchase a copy. PayPal available, email the editor for details.

Red Lights:
Published twice a year; also accepts tanka sequences and tan-renga.
Submit: Up to 10 poems. For full details see the website.

Ribbons:
Published 4 times a year by the Tanka Society of America. Accepts submissions from non-members.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Skylark:
Published twice a year, print only. Also accepts tanka sequences, tanka prose, responsive tanka, etc.
Submit: For full details see the website.

The Bamboo Hut:
Published three times a year online.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haibun Publications

Contemporary Haibun Online:
Published 4 times a year online.
Submit: For full details (quite particular) see the website.

Getting Something Read:
Published twice a year online.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haibun Today:
Published quarterly. Previously published work accepted.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haiga Publications

DailyHaiga:
Submit: For full details see the website.

Frameless Sky:
Published twice a year online.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Haiga Online:
Published twice a year online. Submissions should be relevant to the northern seasons. Each issue includes a workshop section.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Kuniharu Shimizu is the judge of haiga submissions to the World Haiku Association Results posted monthly; all forms of haiga considered.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Reeds Contemporary Haiga:
An annual online anthology. The deadline for each anthology is February 1.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Renku Publications

Journal of Renga & Renku:
Published annually and available in hard copy only (although may be purchased online). A sample of the first edition is here.   Submit articles, translations, news, book reviews and poems. Work may have been previously published. 2014 note: The journal has not been published since 2012, although the 2013 edition is said to be almost ready.
Submit: For full details see the website.