It’s Confirmed—HNA to be held in Seattle, Washington, August 3–7, 2011

Seattle hosts the Haiku North America conference, August 3-7, 2011Save the date! Haiku North America 2011 will be held August 3 to 7, 2011, in Seattle, Washington.

Members of the Haiku Northwest group have generously offered to host the 2011 conference and they have many exciting plans already in the works, including a harbor cruise. The conference itself will be held at the Seattle Center, at the foot of the Space Needle, providing easy access to ginko opportunities such as Pike Place Market (via the monorail), the Olympic Sculpture Park, the Experience Music Project rock-and-roll museum and Science Fiction Museum, and countless other attractions—including fleet week and the Seafair festival, with the Blue Angels performing overhead.

The conference theme will be “Fifty Years of Haiku,” celebrating the past, present, and future of haiku in North America. The deadline for proposals has been extended to February 28, 2011, but sooner is better. Proposals do not have to fit the theme. If you’ve already submitted a proposal, please confirm with Michael Dylan Welch at WelchM@aol.com that you can come to Seattle on the new dates. Speakers already include Cor van den Heuvel, Richard Gilbert, David Lanoue, Carlos Colón, Fay Aoyagi, Jim Kacian, Emiko Miyashita, George Swede, and many others.

Detailed information on registration, lodging, and the conference schedule will be available in March. For further information as it becomes available, please visit www.haikunorthamerica.com. See you in Seattle!

Garry Gay, Paul Miller, Michael Dylan Welch
Haiku North America

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3 responses to “It’s Confirmed—HNA to be held in Seattle, Washington, August 3–7, 2011

  1. Carlos Colon

    Love the logo.

    • Merrill Ann Gonzales

      Hi, Carlos, I hope you’ll have stuff posted on your FB page after this so I can see what you’re up to. You always come up with the most amazing concepts! Wonderful.

  2. Merrill Ann Gonzales

    What a gorgeous blog. This will be great for those of us that can’t get to the other side of the country. I can’t wait to see what will be posted here so we can keep in touch with what’s going on. Many thanks for all your great work, guys!

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