Author Archives: Lyn Reeves

Echidna Tracks: Australian Haiku

After months of preparation of the site and selection of content, the editors of Echidna Tracks – Simon Hanson, Lynette Arden and myself – are pleased to announce the launch of our first issue. Go here to enjoy the wide-ranging … Continue reading

Posted in All posts, haiku, Writing about Place | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Echidna Tracks

Today, Echidna Tracks, a new collection of Australian Haiku, opens for submissions. I am excited to be coediting this new collection, built and managed by web wizard Lynette Arden (who also manages the Australian Haiku Society website), with haiku poet, … Continue reading

Posted in All posts, haiku, Writing about Place, Writing about Place - Competitions and Opportunities | 1 Comment

Unfolding Presence

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted to this site, but since I’ve just written a piece for The Australian Haiku Society, I’m reproducing it here. AHS is currently featuring brief articles by its committee members on what haiku … Continue reading

Posted in All posts, haiku, Lyn's writing | Tagged | 2 Comments

Small Worlds

So pleased to have my haiku accompany the beautiful images in the limited edition catalogue/book of Luke Wagner’s latest exhibition. The exhibition opens at Colville Gallery, Salamanca Place at 3pm on Sunday 5th March

Posted in All posts, Events, haiku, Lyn's writing | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Marking the Moment

Workshop with Desiree Fitzgibbon and Lyn Reeves haiku and accompanying simple artwork Capture and record a moment from nature through haiku and mark making to create a visual expression of a sensory experience. Join poet Lyn Reeves and local artist … Continue reading

Posted in All posts, Events, haiku, Writing about Place | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Nature Writing Prize from The Nature Conservancy Australia

Calling all writers! The Nature Conservancy Australia is delighted to open the fourth biennial Nature Writing Prize. $5,000 will be awarded to an essay of between 3,000 and 5,000 words in the genre of ‘Writing of Place’. The prize will … Continue reading

Posted in All posts, Writing about Place - Competitions and Opportunities | Tagged | Leave a comment

Poetry in Hobart

Spring has arrived with a flourish of poetry events in Hobart. A new seasonal poetry reading at Hadley’s Hotel on 26th September will feature James Charlton, Philomena van Rijswijk and Megan Schaffner. Vice-Versa, a book launch concert at The Conservatorium of … Continue reading

Posted in All posts, Books, Events | Tagged | Leave a comment