From late 2000 until June 2008, tinywords published one original haiku nearly every weekday. It grew to become the largest-circulation haiku publication in English, in any medium, and published over 1,500 haiku by more than 300 contributors, including rank beginners as well as some of the leading lights of the haiku world.
tinywords has not been active since mid-2008, but I’m considering bringing it back online. If I do, it will be in a new form, probably not exclusively focused on haiku — though haiku will continue to be an essential component of the publication.
I’m still working out the details and rustling up co-conspirators. In the meantime, let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
All of the haiku published on tinywords from 2000-2008 will remain online, at their original URLs. To dive into the archive, why not start with a random haiku?