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International Capoliveri Haiku Contest

International Capoliveri Haiku 2013

 International Capoliveri Haiku 2013

 

International Capoliveri Haiku 2012, List of selected authors

International Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2012, authors
selected to be included in anthology 2013.

World Prize for Poetry Haiku Capoliveri 2012

World Prize for Poetry Haiku Capoliveri 2012

The Award "Haiku Capoliveri", promoted by Capoliveri Town Council (on the island of Elba) and by Giorgio Weiss's Il Parnaso is open to poets of the Five Continents to appreciate the charm of old-style japanese poetic form called haiku.

According to the regulations, the haiku in competition must:

International Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2011 - Winner second session

International Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2011 - Winners

The Jury of the International Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2010 in the first
meeting held in March 25th, 2011, has declared winners: Paola Favaron (Italia, Pordenone), Daniel Ganhertz (Svezia, Gothenburg), Luciano Geri (Italia, Capoliveri), Veronika Grossinger (Austria, Muerzhofen),  Valentine Laage (Danimarca, Copenhagen), Nunzio Marotti (Italia, Portoferraio), Ines Scarparolo (Italia, Vicenza), Maria Serena Siena (Italia, Catania), Frans Terryn (Belgio, Kortijik).

Readings Haiku about mine by the Authors - May 2011

Capoliveri in the verses of the winners of the International Festival

Notice Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2011

Notice Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2011

INTERNATIONAL CAPOLIVERI HAIKU CONTEST 2011

INTERNATIONAL CAPOLIVERI

HAIKU CONTEST 2011

The International Capoliveri Haiku Contest, organised by the Capoliveri Town Council (on the island of Elba) and by Giorgio Weiss's Il Parnaso Association, is open to European citizens.

According to the regulations, the haiku in competition must:

- respect the poetic structure of being made up of one stanza, with or without a title, of three lines, the first and third of five syllables, the second of seven syllables;
- be written in an  European  language and translated to italian or english (no need to respect syllables number in the translation);

Participants may freely choose between four themes: 1) marine enviroment, 2) woodland enviroment,  3)mining, 4) grape growing / wine making.

International Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2010 - Final list of winners

The Jury of the International Capoliveri Haiku Contest 2010 in the second and third meeting has declared ten more winners, so the full list of 16 poets is:

Italians:

Franca Battista (Fontana Liri - FR), Bruno Bonfanti (Genova), Maria Gisella Catuogno (Portoferraio - LI),  Antonio Contoli  (Montecastrilli - TR), Francesco de Sabata (Pescantina - VR), Donatella Nardin (Cavallino Treporti - VE), Angela Lista (Pavia), Alessandra Palombo (Portoferraio - LI).

Foreigners:

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