In this collection of 30 haiku, Debbie Strange reflects on the change of seasons in Canada. Her delicate haiku are presented in calligraphy by JS Graustein, with each poem written in Carolingian hand before digitizing.
an'ya, Principal Editor of cattails, says: "...Debbie's work reflects her natural personality and exuberance for nature. A Year Unfolding is a fine collection...” Mike Rehling, past officer of the United Haiku and Tanka Society, says: "...Her delicate insights into every facet of life are wonderful examples of the form..."
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About the Author
Debbie is an avid photographer whose images have been exhibited and published. She is also passionate about creating haiga and tanka art, and exploring nature with her husband in their lime-green 1978 Volkswagen camper. Every poem brings Debbie closer to the world and to herself.
Please visit an archive of Debbie's published work at debbiemstrange.blogspot.ca.
JS Graustein is the Editor in Chief of Folded Word. She holds a Master of Science in Biology (Northern Illinois University, DeKalb) and a Literary Publishing Certificate (Emerson College, Boston). Her calligraphy and photography have appeared on the covers of literary titles from multiple presses. This is her third chapbook rendered in the Carolingian hand. She lives amongst the trees in the picturesque highlands of Meredith, New Hampshire.
To learn more, please visit her at grayestone.wordpress.com.