Lynette G. Esposito reviews Eileen R. Tabios' The In(ter)vention of the Hay(na)ku for North of Oxford. You can see review HERE, but here's an excerpt:
The book is well organized and the subjects are broad but spring from specific symbols that work both logically and figuratively. Poems vary from three lines to many pages. There is good variety, a little instruction and much to be discussed in this prism of poems that shares so much light.