Haiku, Senryu and Drawings
Claire Cooperstein’s attractive, self-produced (1986) chapbook is representative of the norm of its time: beautiful papers, crisp type, artless sketches, and an amiable attentiveness to “moments,” in this case with a personal formal style and no automatically enforced syllable count.
Jim Kacian Archival Library
All rights reserved. This book is republished here with the kind permission of the author.