70 English Haiku and Tanka

2014 / Poetry / Music / Performance at Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute, Nov. 1

Genie Nakano & Joey Kamiya Genie Nakano performs haibun from “Enter the Strem.” Each poem reveals a different memory, a different stage in life. “Enter the Stream: Haibun and Tanka Tales” by Genie Nakano    This book is available for sale. Saturday, November 1, 4 – 6 pm /Free admission Nisei Veteran Memorial Hall, 1964...
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2014 / “Tanka” Talk by Rafu Shimpo columnist in Gardena, Aug 24

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In an event organized by the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League, Genie Nakano, author of Rafu Shimpo column Genie’s Lamp, will discuss tanka and perform some of her work at the Merit Park Recreation hall in Gardena. Tanka is a five-line form of poetry—beautiful, lyrical and able to capture...
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2014 / USC Pacific Asia Museum to feature author of English “Tanka” book, Aug 24

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Forwarded for USC Pacific Asia Museum Zen Spaces, Japanese Martial Arts & Haiku July & August AUTHORS ON ASIA programs at USC Pacific Asia Museum Focus on Japan SUNDAY, JULY 20, 2014 at 2 pm Vinayak Bharne: Zen Spaces & Neon Places: Reflections on Japanese Architecture and Urbanism SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 2014 at 2...
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Feb 26: Japanese Arts Fusion at Pacific Asia Museum – tanka poetry reading, shakuhachi music, and butoh dance

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Pacific Asia Museum presents an innovative afternoon of Japanese cultural arts performance conceived and produced by Linda Galloway, Ph.D. on Sunday, Feb 26, from 2 -3 pm. Free for Pacific Asia Museum members, included with admission for non-members. For REVP, call the museum store at (626) 449-2742 ext 20. The program includes contemporary poetry,...
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