2016 European Haiku Prize

European Haiku Society (EHS)

Deadline: February 20, 2016



The European Haiku Society (EHS), and the ANPH Haiku Archive and the Manyoshu Publishing


The contest is open to the public. Members of the Executive Committee of the European Haiku Society (EHS) are not eligible.

Application Procedure:

Each applicant can send up to 3 original and unpublished haiku in 5 copies to:

European Haiku Society (EHS)

Via Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 4

33084 Cordenons (PN), Italy

Entries to the European Haiku Prize cannot be submitted for publication or to any other contest until after the completion of the ceremony.

One copy only must contain the following information: name, surname, age, current address, phone number and e-mail.

Haiku must be typed or very clearly written on one side of the paper only. They can be written in any language, but must be accompaigned by an English or French translation.

Authors can also submit their haiku by e-mail at: prize@haikusociety.eu.


Certificates of merit and diplomas will be awarded for winning and mentioned poets.

Prizes of Euro 700, 400 and 200 will be awarded, respectively, to the first, second and third place. Each winner will also receive a commemorative plaque and a diploma.

Winning and mentioned haiku will be published in Makoto e-zine and on the European Haiku Society (EHS) official website.

No entry fee is required.

Money prizes will be drawn by bank transfer or other electronic payment method (PayPal, etc.). No money will be sent by mail.


Closing date for submission is set on February 20, 2016.

Click Here To Visit Official Website


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