Muse India, the literary eJournal published from India (http://www.museindia.com) is a free and non-commercial site to showcase Indian literature to a global audience on the internet. It is run on voluntary work of a group of writers. In its 6 years of publication, it has emerged as one of the most respected literary journals of India.
In the latest Issue (May-Jun 2011) released on May 1st, we have brought focus on Contemporary World Haiku in a feature titled ‘Mango Moons’. This is edited by Ms Kala Ramesh, one of the best known Indian haijin and Muse India’s Contributing Editor for Haiku.
The feature has come out quite well with an enjoyable fare of haiku, tanka and haibun. It is nice to see the work of so many experienced hands from across a dozen countries. I invite you to take a look at it.
Almost as a last minute decision, we decided to include Haiga in our ‘Gallery’ section (usually showcases works of art, handicrafts, etc) to supplement and complement the contents of ‘Mango Moons’. We have published a delightful haiga ‘Shifting light ..’ by Gina (image attached) which was originally published by you in 2008. We have given due credit to your website.
I wish to express our gratefulness to you for our use of the image. We will be thankful for your support to our work.
With warm regards,
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