Gayle Bull describes the line-up for this weekend’s Haiku Retreat. Gayle’s support and encouragement of haiku poets is why Mineral Point is known as a haiku haven. Haikuists from around the country and Canada will be descending on Mineral Point, … Continue reading
Last October, reporter Helen O’Neill visited Mineral Point, WI, and was charmed. The article she wrote was released a few days ago by the Associated Press and was then picked up in the following media outlets: ABC News, Post Bulletin, Rochester, Minnesota, SF … Continue reading
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Today is National Haiku Day! If you’re not familiar with this very short form of poetry, here’s a helpful link. If you’re lucky to be in the vicinity of Mineral Point (some call it the “Cradle of American Haiku”), then stop … Continue reading
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Sidewalks are shoveled. Signs not too easy to read. Some look best in snow.
In case you missed it, here’s a link to the full episode of “Around the Corner with John McGivern” featuring Mineral Point. He’s a funny guy and really captured some of nice people and unique features of MP.
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