What better way to kick-off a new month than to have two quality poetry publications online and ready for viewing!
The September issue of Gean Tree Press's Notes From the Gean is available at http://www.geantree.com. Haiku, haiga, tanka, and more await the reader.
And why I'm on the subject of quality publications, be sure to read the reviews of A New Resonance 6: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku (edited by Jim Kacian & Dee Evetts) and The Onawa Poems 1999-2008 (edited by Paul MacNeil).
Expect a review of The Onawa Poems on Tobacco Road within the next couple of weeks.
A new issue of The Heron's Nest is also online at http://www.theheronsnest.com. The Heron's Nest was among the first if not the first online haiku journal. It is a global literary phenomenon, publishing poets from numerous countries, the only place I know where you can read a new issue then browse through a decade of archived issues.