The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is haiku poetry.
· Matsuo Basho by Makoto Ueda (1983) Kodansha International.
· The Haiku Anthology edited by Cor Van Den Heuvel (1999) W.W. Norton.
· The Haiku Handbook by William J. Higginson (1992) Oxford University Press.
· Global Haiku Anthology edited by George Swede and Randy Brooks (2000) Mosaic Press.
· Shiki Internet Haiku Salon. http://www.cc.matsuyama-u.ac.jp/~shiki/
· Brooks Brooks Haiku. http://www.brooksbookshaiku.com/
· Open Directory Haiku Links by William J. Higginson. http://www.dmoz.org/Arts/Literature/Poetry/Forms/Haiku_and_Related_Forms/
· Masaoka Shiki by Janine Beichman (1982) Twayne Publishers.
· Haiku (four volumes) edited and translated by R.H. Blyth (1949-1952) Hokuseido Press.
· The Iron Book of British Haiku edited by Davide Cobb and Martin Lucas (1998) Iron Press.
· A Haiku Path by the Haiku Society of America (1994) Haiku Society of America.
· Traces of Dreams: Landscape, Cultural Memory, and the Poetry of Basho by Haruo Shirane (1998) Stanford University Press.
· Masaoka Shiki: Selected Poems translated by Burton Watson (1998) Columbia University Press.
· Almost Unseen: Selected Haiku of George Swede by George Swede (2000) Brooks Books.
· Fresh Scent: Selected Haiku of Lee Gurga by Lee Gurga (1998) Brooks Books.
· School's Out: Selected Haiku of Randy Brooks by Randy Brooks (1999) Press Here.
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