HAIKU AUSTIN: Find it in Austin stores

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Hello and thanks for stopping by!

Haiku Austin is currently unavailable online; however, you can snag this sweet little book at the following Austin retailers:


Museum Shop at the Blanton Museum of Art


Wild About Music

For the latest details, please “like” our Facebook page, which is updated daily.

If you have any questions, would like to place a custom order, or want to arrange a reading/signing event, please contact us.






Today, we launch our Kickstarter to fund the printing of Haiku Austin, the book.

We’ve set up some nice rewards for the various levels of funding. Please give it a look and help us get this lovely little book published.

Book cover on table

Click this link to go to the Kickstarter site to view the video, see photos and haiku from the book, and learn about the rewards for different levels of contributions. And please, share with friends and family on social media.


Thanks in advance for your support!


Taco Haiku (tacoku?)

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Ahhhh….tacos. Gotta love tacos. We could write a whole book of haiku just for tacos. But that’s another project for another time… Right now, we’re focusing on Haiku Austin, the book we’ll be printing in April. First step — getting people signed up on our email list.  If you did already — good for you! And thank you.

If you’ve landed here via a postcard, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or some crazy lady accosting you in the elevator (that’d be Carlotta), please sign up using that form and “Haiku Me” button in the upper right hand corner of the page. We’ll be sending out fun little haiku every now & then, along with updates on the Kickstarter that will help get Haiku Austin printed. (It’s happening SOON, friends!)

Oh, and if you aren’t already following us on the aforementioned social media platforms, please do (and share/spread the word!). We’ll do our best to be fun and not annoying.







Kite Festival Haiku

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On Sunday, March 6, Austinites take their kids to Zilker Park and their kites take to the skies for the annual Zilker Kite Festival. Bring the family, your favorite kite, a picnic and maybe some scissors for that inevitable moment when the Kite-Eating Tree makes a meal out of yours…