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About the author:
Pamela A. Babusci is an internationally awardwinning haiku/tanka & haiga artist. Some of her awards include: Museum of Haiku Literature Award, International Tanka Splendor Awards, First Place Tanka Yellow Moon Competition (Aust), First Place Kokako Tanka Competition (NZ), First Place Saigyo Tanka Competition (US), First Place Inaugural Tanka Festival, 6th International Japan Tanka Contest Certificate of Merit Award, The 7th International Japan Tanka Contest Excellence Award.
Pamela A. Babusci has illustrated several books, including Full Moon Tide: The Best of Tanka Splendor Awards, Taboo Haiku,Take Five: Best Contemporary Tanka Vol.1,The Delicate Dance of Wings, Chasing the Sun: selected haiku from HNA 2007. She was also the logo artist for Haiku North America in NYC in 2003 and HNA in Winston-Salem, NC in 2007. Pamela A. Babusci is the founder and the editor of: Moonbathing: a journal of women's tanka, the first all-women's international tanka journal.
Poetry and art have been an integral part of her existence since her early teenage years. She has a deep desire to be creative on a daily basis. It feeds her spirit and soul, gives meaning to her life, and will continue to be a driving force until she meets her creator.
A Solitary Woman
Tanka by Pamela A. Babusci
Pamela A. Babusci Ms
"There are many reasons to fall in love with A Solitary Woman. I did! Lovely, sensuous, brave, spirited tanka in the tradition of Izumi Shikubu, Yosano Akiko, Akitsu Ei and countless others who took the joys and pains of love, life and loss and transformed them into poetry. Hats off to Ms.Babusci for digging deep and unearthing the light in even the darkest moments of the heart. The ancient tradition of tanka lives on around the world, and Ms. Babusci is testament to its enduring power and grace."
--Leza Lowitz, Editor of A Long Rainy Season: Contemporary Haiku and Tanka by Japanese Women and Author, Green Tea to Go: Stories from Tokyo
Pamela A. Babusci is an artist. When she writes tanka she "puts a brush into paint & paint onto canvas" and not one shade of emotion or experience is absent from her palette. Hanging comfortably alongside van Gogh's Starry Night, Picasso's Blue Nude and O'Keeffe's Red Canna are honest self- portraits, passionate abstracts, landscapes of a life and soul laid bare. These are tanka of love, grief, pain, strength, longing, and at the heart of each, the pulse of every woman is palpable.
In the hands of this gifted poet, A Solitary Woman
is an invitation to a private viewing of a remarkable
-- Claire Everett, Editor of Skylark and author of twelve moons.
- Publication Date:
- 1492846740 / 9781492846741
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Poetry / General