a billboard in dublin was seen during the imram festival with a haiku in irish. imram festival is…
recent haiku collection of janak sapkota whisper of pines: cogar na ngiúiseanna was briefly reviewed in frogpond- the journal of haiku society of america volume 35:3 autumn 2012 by Michele Root-Bernstein
a young nepalese contemplative poet with a prodigious talent for writing haiku, is a visionary mediator between the self and the spirit. in his haiku of radiant light and rare insights he marvels at the mystery. he is attentive both to the world and to the word. he is truly alive to the awe, to the awesomeness of the creation
a featured article about janak sapkota was published in kantipur a national daily newspaper of nepal
a haiku by janak sapkota was published in notes from the gean
a haiku by janak sapkota was published in notes from the gean magazine.
on the kukai themed water of spring of sketchbook- a journal of eastern and western short forms, sapkota`s haiku was voted for 8th place.
bengt berg, a swedish poet, translated some of sapkota`s haiku in swedish. translated haiku were then published in his personal blog.
on the kukai themed old calendar of sketchbook- a journal of eastern and western short forms, sapkota`s haiku was voted for 8th place.
review of the book a firefly light the page in world haiku review the magazine of the world haiku club