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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 2020 That Simple-yet-Elusive Something : Appreciating Haiku of Seasons and Camping through Conversational Reading and Writing Together
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  • Epigraph:

    The core of the haiku is that light touch and simplicity which shines on the spirit of the poem … that certain something that is almost impossible to explain … maybe wabi sabi. (Bruce 2018)

    Now, in my ageing and more mellow days I’ve come to accept questions for just what they are – questions. At last I allow mystery to be mystery. And this is where haiku fits in. (Dobb 2017)

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    y separately published work icon TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs vol. 24 no. 1 April 2020 19275730 2020 periodical issue 'Since the last issue of TEXT in October 2019, the world changed. During Covid-19 lockdowns, arts practitioners worldwide responded with web-based music sessions, comedy performances and art exhibitions. None of these outputs sound or look like products in conventional industry spaces. There has been a discovery of the home as stage and gallery, the desk as broadcast studio, and creative arts work as a commodity related to personal space. This links us to the idea of creative work at its origin: a home-grown and personal thing given legitimacy.' (Nigel Krauth Editorial introduction) 2020
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https://www.textjournal.com.au/april20/linke_walker_rev.pdf That Simple-yet-Elusive Something : Appreciating Haiku of Seasons and Camping through Conversational Reading and Writing Togethersmall AustLit logo TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs
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