a haiku by janak sapkota was published in notes from the gean number 10, september 2011
sapkota`s bilingual haiku, nepali-english were published in ardea- the multilingual short-form poetry journal.
haiku published in shamrock a journal of irish haiku society issue 20
results of the seventh annual ukiah haiku competition were announced and sapkota`s haiku won all topics first place in the adult category
the press democrat highlights the ukiah haiku festival. the winner of the general adult category was janak sapkota of kathmandu, nepal.
selected haiku from the book winter light were published with irish translations in the nondual highlights magazine, edited by jerry katz. irish translations were done by irish poet gabriel rosenstock.
janak sapkota has won a cash prize of euro 2,500 at the smurfit samhain international poetry competition, ireland. the two other winners are from macedonia and the us.
along with cathal comes janak sapkota, a lean young nepalese who has recently collaborated with cathal in writing a book of haiku poems called, winter light. it` s an experiment, says cathal.
cathal o searcaigh read a selection of his haikus, written in collaboration with a young nepalese poet, janak sapkota (“in the howl of midwinter/ the moon spreads its tender gleam/ over the raging stream”).