Publications

New Zealand

Haiku Zoo

Published twice a year online, for poems of fewer than 16 lines by authors aged 20 years or younger.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Kokako

From September 2024 published online twice a year.
Submit: Full details from the new Kokako website.

Raining Rengay

Published twice a year, both online and in print.
Submit: For full details see the website.

Australia

Creatrix

Published 4 times a year online.
Submit: Full details from the website (scroll down).

Echidna Tracks

Published twice a year online, a haiku a day until the set is complete. Each issue has a theme and haiku must be “relevant to Australia”.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Free XpresSion

Published monthly as a pdf for subscribers, includes a section for haiku and haibun.
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: For details email the editor, Peter Pike.

Eucalypt

Published twice a year, tanka only. Printed on hanno silk paper.
Submit: Full details from the websitePayPal buttons on the editor’s website.

Africa

The Mamba

Published twice a year by the Africa Haiku Network. Submissions welcome from poets outside Africa.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Britain

Ardea

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

Blithe Spirit

Published 4 times a year, principally a journal for members of the British Haiku Society.
Submit: Full details from the website.
http://britishhaikusociety.org.uk/journal/

folk ku journal

Published twice a year in print and as a free pdf.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Hedgerow

Hedgerow:
Published in print once a quarter, includes haiku, senryu and tanka.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Ink Sweat & Tears

Published online with a section of haiku, tanka, haibun and haiga.
Submit: Full details from the website. Look in the right-hand menu for “Haibun, Haiku & Haiga”.

Leaf-fall

Published twice a year in print. Submit from April 15-May 15 and October 15-November 15. Annual subscription (2 issues): £10 outside UK (postage included). All payments via PayPal.
Submit: To editor Akira Yagami.

Pan Haiku Review

Each issue will have a theme.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Presence

Published three times a year, and includes haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun and renga.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Shadow Pond

Published twice a year online, for haiku and senryu.
Submit: Full details from the website.

The Bamboo Hut

Published 3 times a year online, describes itself as a journal of tanshi (traditional, contemporary and experimental haiku, senryu, tanka, gogyoshi, sedoka, dodoitsu, ryuka, monostitch and any other variation) for poetry 1-6 lines long.
Submit: Full details from the website.

The Zen Space

Published 4 times a year online.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Time Haiku

Published twice a year, deadline end of April, end of October. £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. See the Facebook page.

Wales Haiku Journal

Published 4 times a year online. For haiku and senryu.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Canada

Gusts

Published twice a year by Tanka Canada. Members only.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Haiku Canada Review

Published 3 times a year and includes haiku. Open to non-members.
Submit: Full details from the website.

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: Full details from the website.

Europe

Black & White Haiga/Haisha

Published daily online.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Chrysanthemum

German/English journal, published twice a year. For haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, tanka prose and haiga.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Enchanted Garden Haiku Journal

Romanian/English, published online.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Haiku Spirit

An online bilingual (English and French) site to share your haiku (not a journal any longer).
Submit: For full details see the website.

Kontinuum

Published twice a year online, for haiku of all types, haiku sequences and essays.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Poetry Pea

Monthly online journal and podcast. English-language only.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Seashores

Published twice a year in print for haiku/senryu and essays.
Submit: Full details from the website.

The Haibun Journal

Published twice a year in print.
Submit: Full details from the website.

The Other Bunny

Published online as work is accepted. For ‘alternative’ haibun.
Submit: Full details from the website.

India

HaikuKatha

Published monthly online. For haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, etc., written using a weekly prompt.
Submit: See the journal here. Find the weekly prompts here.

haikuNetra

Published monthly online. For haiku, senryu, haiga art and shahai (haiku + photo).
Submit: Full details from the website (scroll to the bottom).

The Sunflower Collective

Includes haiku and tanka.
Submit: At any time, see the website for details.

Taj Mahal Review

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

Triya Magazine

Published 3 times a year online. Accepts submissions of previously published English-language haiku for translation into Hindi with both versions published.
Submit: Full details from the website.

International

Cattails

Published twice a year online for haiku/senryu, tanka, haibun and haiga.
Submit: Full details from the website.

contemporary haibun online

Published 3 times a year online for haibun and tanka prose, also haiga.
Submit: Full details from the website.

drifting-sands-haibun

Published online, for haibun, tanka prose, and haiku and tanka sequences (no stand-alone poems).
Submit: Full details from the website.

Heliosparrow

Published online ‘at least monthly’. The journal is an offshoot of Haiku Sanctuary, an online forum.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Leaf

Published online twice a year.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Living Haiku Anthology

An ongoing collection of work in poet ‘portfolios’, previously published work and/or winners of significant haiku competitions are fine. All contributions must include full citations including venue, date and URL.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Under the Basho

Published in an annual form on December 1, includes haiku, tanka, haiga, haibun, etc. Resumed publication 2022.
Submit: From March 1-November 15. Full details from the website.
https://underthebasho.com/submissions.html

World Haiku

An annual production for members of the World Haiku Association (see membership fees).
Submit: Full details from the website.

World Haiku Review

Published twice a year online, includes haiku, haiga and haibun.
Submit: Full details from the website.
https://worldhaikureview.wordpress.com/about-whr-submission-guidelines/

Japan

Asahi Haikuist Network

Twice-monthly English-language column in a bi-lingual newspaper.
Submit: Haiku on a theme to editor David McMurray. Full details from the website.

Icebox

For haiku, haiqua, senryu, tanka, or (short) haibun or renga. See the bottom of the header menu for how to submit
Submit: Through the website.

Mainichi Daily News

An English-language daily newspaper which publishes online a selection of haiku. Note the copyright restriction.
Submit: Full details from the website.

NOON: journal of the short poem

Published online once a year.
Submit: Full details from the website.

United States

Acorn

Published twice a year, haiku only.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Akitsu Quarterly

Published 4 times a year, haiku, haibun, haiga and brushwork.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Ant5

Published online. Send 20-30 haiku at a time.
Submit: By e-mail to editor Chris Gordon. See the journal here.

Autumn Moon Haiku Journal

Published twice a year online. Poems should have an emphasis on feeling connected to nature and, if seasonal, match that issue’s season.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Bottle Rockets

Published twice a year in print; also a publishing house, accepts haiku, senryu, tanka.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Cold Moon

Poems published online several times a week. Accepts ‘what you consider to be’ haiku, senryu, tanka.
Submit: Full details from the website (go to the bottom).

Failed Haiku: A Journal of English Senryu

Publishes every other month online.
Submit: Full details from the website.

#FemkuMag

 Published 3 times a year online. Senryu, haiku, tanka, haibun, etc by women-identifying poets only.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Fireflies' Light

Published twice a year online. Haiku, senryu, tanka, haiga, haibun.
Submit: Full details from the website.

First frost

Published twice a year in print for haiku and senryu.
Submit: Full details from the website.

First Literary Review – East

Published online, looking for poems of 16 lines and fewer.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Five Fleas (Itchy Poetry)

Published online, for poems of up to 10 lines.
Submit: Full details from the website (scroll to bottom).

Frameless Sky

Published twice a year online and on DVD. Send haiku, senryu, tanka and/or kyoka, linked verses and haiga or tanka art.
Submit: Full details from 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: Full details from the website.
http://www.hsa-haiku.org/frogpond/index.html

Haiku in Action

Publishes haiku and senryu weekly, accepting submissions on a rolling basis. There are also prompts available.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Haiku Commentary

Published regularly (several per month). Nicholas Klachsanzky writes commentaries for submitted haiku and senryu.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Haikuniverse

Poem published daily online.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Humana Obscura

Published 4 times a year online and an annual print edition. For haiku and tanka.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Kingfisher

Published twice a year in print for haiku and senryu.
Submit: Full details from the website.

MacQueen's Quinterly

Published online 5 times a year and includes haibun, tanka prose and haiga.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Mayfly

Published twice a year, haiku only. Pays $US10/haiku for snail mail submissions; or a $US10 credit to Brooks Books for email submissions.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Modern Haiku

Published 3 times a year and is primarily a paper journal. Pays $US5 per printed page or part thereof for essays and longer reviews, and $US10 for each haiga.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Prune Juice

Published 3 times a year online. Includes haibun and linked forms.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Password

Published 4 times a year online for work of no more than 25 syllables.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Pulse

For work about health care. Real experiences preferred. Subscribers only may submit, but this is free.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Ribbons: tanka

Published 4 times a year by the Tanka Society of America., tanka only. Accepts submissions from non-members.
Submit: Full details from the website.

San Diego Poetry Annual

Published once a year in print and online. Accepts Japanese genre poems.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Shot Glass Journal

Published three times a year online. For poems of 16 lines and fewer.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Stardust Haiku

On hiatus. Published monthly online. Each month has a theme.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Take 5ive

Probably monthly online ‘circumstances permitting’ for tanka, gogyohka and gogyoshi.
Submit: Full details from the website.

the art of tanka

Submission and subscription details from editor Pamela Babusci.

The Cicada's Cry

A micro-zine published 4 times a year plus 2 themed editions a year.
Submit: Full details from the website.

The Heron’s Nest

Published 4 times a year online and in an annual paper anthology.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Tinywords

Collections gathered twice a year and then published daily on a rolling basis, includes haiku, tanka and haibun. Paper issues also available.
Submit: Twice a year, full details from the website.

tsuri-dōrō:

Published online six times a year for haiku, senryu and ‘related’.
Submit: Full details from the website.

Whiptail

Published online four times a year, single-line poems only.
Submit: Full details from the website.