Travel By Haiku – Online Release Party
March 31 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pmFree
Join us on Wednesday, March 31st at 8pm EST at The Random Tea Room & Curiosity Shop in Philadelphia, PA for a virtual release of the next installment of Travel By Haiku, Volumes 6-10: Far Out On The Road With Friends. We’ll be serving up some tea (that you can order ahead of time) and dishing out all sorts of live poetry to celebrate this epic collaboration of verse, vision, and voyage.
To receive the Zoom link to join us, RSVP on Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/travel-by-haiku-online-release-party-tickets-138334035825
Tickets are FREE. Paid options are also available and include a copy of the book, a tea blend from the Random Tea Room to sip while you enjoy the show, and much more.
A discount code is available to subscribers to the Patreon campaign. Join here: https://bit.ly/PledgeToHaiku
Travel By Haiku: Volumes 6-10, Far Out On The Road With Friends is a modern ode to the community found on the road, written by six navigators of its far reaches over the course of three separate road trips. The first, a roadrunner’s ramble through the Big Bend region of West Texas with Augustus Depenbrock. Followed by a month-long jaunt up the Pacific Coast from Los Angeles to Seattle, stopping at every natural wonder along the way, with Shane Donnelly and Tara Lynn Faith Williamson. Last, but not least, a dive deep into the Rockies with Stephanie Beattie and Cameron Christopher Stuart, on the way from Taos, New Mexico to the crown jewel, Glacier National Park in Montana. Those familiar with the American Pops of Jack Kerouac, the blues-infused ku of Sonia Sanchez, or the travel fiction of Basho will see the parallels between the spirit of the road, as it was and as it is now. An ever-changing, undying wanderlust that brings people together across distances unknown, until they are adventured, together.
In this collection, our hero Marshall Deerfield ties it all together as a young poet growing wilder. An experienced driver, following the bends in the road, from mystical beginnings between myth and nature to a complete immersion in the woods that all this time he has been seeking. This book like a vehicle points the direction and revs its engine, fueled by each haiku as it carries the reader towards the sublime only ever found in the stillness of Earth’s deepest corridors. It is an affirmation. We all have this opportunity to find our woods and find the words to uplift what remains of the natural wildness that exists all around us, as well as the endless wilderness waiting to be cultivated within.
You can read more about the collection here: https://bit.ly/TravelByHaiku
- Marshall James Kavanaugh