March Marchness: Much Ado About Haiku Joules Evans

March Marchness: Much Ado About Haiku

Author: Joules Evans
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Book Title
March Marchness: Much Ado About Haiku
Author
Joules Evans
ISBN
9780578802442
A pandemic ago, in a world not so very far away, but also, so. very. different . . . it was the penultimate March Madness before the Maddest March of all when March Madness got cancelled by the nefarious Covid-19 pandemic. A merry band of 15 struggling but not starving poets set off on an adventure to put a wee plot twist not a pandemic into March Madness since none of them could play basketball. But they could write poetry. One dark and snowy night in the middle of my winter is my discontent, I (Joules Evans) and my daughter (Amanda Benton) decided to throw down a "spring is in the air" kinda themed haiku challenge to my writing group aka #writeclub. We called it March Marchness. The mission was to write a haiku a day during the month of March. We had no clue who won the basketball that year, nor that the next year there would be no basketball and we would all be on lockdown going mad during the Maddest March of all time. Yet here we are in September 2020. "We're all mad here" now in this mad, mad world'. March has come and gone like a slam dunk without a basketball. But the poetry remains and because the world needs #morepoetry, and now more than ever, you hold this little postcard from March the way it was, snapshots in the form of haiku, which are snapshots of moments in time, in your hand. Without making much ado about nothing, we have made much ado about haiku in this, our humble March Marchness offering. Peace, love, & poetry, Joules EvansBinding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Joules EvansPublisher: Julie EvansPublished: 11/20/2020ISBN: 9780578802442Pages: 78Weight: 0.20lbsSize: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.20d

A pandemic ago, in a world not so very far away, but also, so. very. different . . . it was the penultimate March Madness before the Maddest March of all when March Madness got cancelled by the nefarious Covid-19 pandemic. A merry band of 15 struggling but not starving poets set off on an adventure to put a wee plot twist not a pandemic into March Madness since none of them could play basketball. But they could write poetry. One dark and snowy night in the middle of my winter is my discontent, I (Joules Evans) and my daughter (Amanda Benton) decided to throw down a "spring is in the air" kinda themed haiku challenge to my writing group aka #writeclub. We called it March Marchness. The mission was to write a haiku a day during the month of March. We had no clue who won the basketball that year, nor that the next year there would be no basketball and we would all be on lockdown going mad during the Maddest March of all time. Yet here we are in September 2020. "We're all mad here" now in this mad, mad world'. March has come and gone like a slam dunk without a basketball. But the poetry remains and because the world needs #morepoetry, and now more than ever, you hold this little postcard from March the way it was, snapshots in the form of haiku, which are snapshots of moments in time, in your hand. Without making much ado about nothing, we have made much ado about haiku in this, our humble March Marchness offering.

Peace, love, & poetry,

Joules Evans




Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Joules Evans
Publisher: Julie Evans
Published: 11/20/2020
ISBN: 9780578802442
Pages: 78
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.20d

A pandemic ago, in a world not so very far away, but also, so. very. different . . . it was the penultimate March Madness before the Maddest March of all when March Madness got cancelled by the nefarious Covid-19 pandemic. A merry band of 15 struggling but not starving poets set off on an adventure to put a wee plot twist not a pandemic into March Madness since none of them could play basketball. But they could write poetry. One dark and snowy night in the middle of my winter is my discontent, I (Joules Evans) and my daughter (Amanda Benton) decided to throw down a "spring is in the air" kinda themed haiku challenge to my writing group aka #writeclub. We called it March Marchness. The mission was to write a haiku a day during the month of March. We had no clue who won the basketball that year, nor that the next year there would be no basketball and we would all be on lockdown going mad during the Maddest March of all time. Yet here we are in September 2020. "We're all mad here" now in this mad, mad world'. March has come and gone like a slam dunk without a basketball. But the poetry remains and because the world needs #morepoetry, and now more than ever, you hold this little postcard from March the way it was, snapshots in the form of haiku, which are snapshots of moments in time, in your hand. Without making much ado about nothing, we have made much ado about haiku in this, our humble March Marchness offering.

Peace, love, & poetry,

Joules Evans




Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Joules Evans
Publisher: Julie Evans
Published: 11/20/2020
ISBN: 9780578802442
Pages: 78
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.20d