“Modern American Haiku” from Christian Faith Publishing author Robb Hasencamp is an engaging arrangement of imagery and thoughtful writings that will captivate the imagination.
“Modern American Haiku”: a delightful reading experience that brings a traditional poetic format with a twist. “Modern American Haiku” is the creation of published author Robb Hasencamp, a Catholic writer who received a master’s degree in theology and psychology from The Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, KY.
Hasencamp shares, “Modern American haiku is both elusive and enchanting. It is a beautiful art form that invites the reader into the mysteries of nature and poignant flashes of deeper everyday life. Borne of traditional Japanese haiku in the seventeenth century, modern Haiku is beguiling poetry that draws us into captivating, surprising insights. There is no room for predictability or easy assurance. Rather, when reading, we are urged to trust the lightness of the poem to lift our hearts into obscure realms of delight. These verses were composed with this pleasure in mind.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Robb Hasencamp’s new book features peaceful imagery crafted by the talented Phillippa “Pippa” Francq. Francq’s early formal art training was in England, with additional art history studies after she came to live in the United States. This background inspired a lifetime of mixed media exploration. Her move into illustrating Modern American Haiku is her most recent exciting adventure. Francq lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Hasencamp and Francq’s talents are on display within the pages of this enjoyable selection of fine art drawings and gratifying poetry.
Consumers can purchase “Modern American Haiku” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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