#Haiku Happenings #3: Charlotte Digregorio’s Daily Haiku features Deborah Karl-Brandt!
the frogs croak
into the blue
by Deborah Karl-Brandt (Germany)
9th Polish International Haiku Competition, 2019
Deborah B. Karl-Brandt, born in 1981, studied Pre- and Early History Archaeology, Comparative Religion and Geography at the University of Bonn. She did her doctorate in the Department of Scandinavian Languages and Literatures. In addition to scientific writing, she has devoted herself to writing poetry for several years. She has a preference for Japanese forms of poetry and writes mainly haiku, senryu and tanka, which she regularly publishes in anthologies, yearbooks, calendars and magazines. Haiku of hers have been printed in Frogpond, Under the Basho, Failed Haiku, FemkuMag, Haiku Page, Sommergras, Lotusblüte, Chrysanthemum, Gong, Mamba, and on the THF blog in Haiku Dialogue. She is a member of the German Haiku Society (DHG) and the Haiku Society of America (HSA).
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