Project Urban Haiku

This is a little bit of a self-plug.

Over the course of the last twelve months, I set myself the task of writing at least one haiku every day. Granted, I did not always manage, but I did my best to catch up when I had the time.

The haikus I wrote primarily deal with life in the metroplex, daily occurrences on the shuttle train, encounters on the street, work, that sort of thing, hence the title Urban Haiku.

For flavour, there are also some concerning cyberspace, geek matters and the Cthulhu Mythos. The collection is currently being lay-outed and will hopefully be released in a few weeks.

If any of you are interested in receiving (and possibly reviewing) a copy, drop me a line or comment. I will respond as soon as possible, the collection is only available in electronic form, but the kindle app is free of charge anyway.

And this is the current cover (© Marcus Rauchfuß, unlike most other things on this blog, this image may not be used in any way without written permission, except for stuff covered by “Fair Use”):

Urban Haiku Cover

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