KJ Munro

Haiku Walks

KJ Munro offered outdoor pop-up readings around Dawson City, and offered a ginko (haiku walk) and shared her presentation ‘How to Haiku’.

Writer and poet KJ Munro led a Haiku walk in each of the days of the Yukon Riverside Arts Festival, and was joined by audiences on a promenade around Dawson City in which everyone was invited to create their own spontaneous poems.

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About the Artist

Originally from Vancouver, kjmunro moved to the Yukon Territory in 1991. She is Membership Secretary for Haiku Canada & a member of the League of Canadian Poets, the Federation of BC Writers, & the Haiku Society of America. In 2014, she founded ‘solstice haiku’, a monthly haiku discussion group in Whitehorse that she continues to facilitate. Since January 2018, she has curated a weekly blog feature for The Haiku Foundation, now managed with guest editors. Her debut poetry collection is contractions (Red Moon Press, 2019).

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