Call out from Writing West Midlands for 1000 Haikus

Downloand-button2A request from Writing West Midlands, see if you would like to be part of it or pass on the information to anyone you think might please.

Hi everyone,

We’ve agreed to do something rather last-minute and need to get 1,000 haikus for a haiku exchange as part of the International Dance Festival Birmingham.

Is there any chance you could share the word through Facebook and Twitter and also share with your young writers when you meet this month (unless you’ve met already!). Please also feel free to write some of your own! You can submit up to three at a time on our website.

My colleague Liv has pasted a sample tweet below which contains a link to more information on our website for sharing.

Thanks in advance and please let me know if you have any questions.

Best wishes,


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About David Rollason

I am a writer, creative, inventive, observant, but the results are for you the reader to decide. There are things in my head constantly that I need to get out and into a readable form and this for now is my preferred medium. I am a simple being with complex workings. I am a complex being with simple logic. I am really just..... me.
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1 Response to Call out from Writing West Midlands for 1000 Haikus

  1. elaine yap says:

    Hi David! Responding to the call for Hikus, I sent 4 on to Viv. Don’t know if she’ll get it as I have thisstrange feeling that she might not be in the country. When is the deadline? If she is thenshe will probably send them on to you. kitty?Elaine

    Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2016 11:33:18 +0000 To:

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