Dear Readers and Followers:
My current haiku exhibit is running through the end of this month in Schaumburg, IL at Meet Chicago Northwest, the Greater Woodfield Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1375 E. Woodfield Rd.
However, if you are unable to make it, as of Saturday, Oct. 1, my exhibit will move to the Rolling Meadows (IL) Library, 3110 Martin Lane, in Rolling Meadows. It will include more pieces of my work, such as those below, as it is a larger gallery. The exhibit will run through Jan. 7. The exhibit includes haiku sequences and senryu.
A reception at the Library with refreshments, free and open to the public, will be held from 2 to 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 9. Hope to see some of you who live in the Chicago area! I will be signing copies of my book, Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All, too.
Always remember to share your writing with others, be it at open mics at cafes, at library or bookstore readings or wherever the public gathers. It is fun and you meet people, a few of whom will become lifelong friends or colleagues.
All good wishes for your writing projects.
P.S. The art below is by Lidia Rozmus of Illinois. She is one of several artists involved in my project. http://www.lidiarozmus.com