Press Here presents -- The Nick of Time: Essays on Haiku.
In addition to the Pelbar series, Paul O. Williams is the author of The Man from Far Cloud and Outside Robins Sing: Selected Haiku as well as The Nick of Time: Essays on Haiku Aesthetics, and several other books. He is a professor emeritus of English at Principia College and lives in Hayward, California.
This more subtle kind of metaphor has been discussed by Paul O. Williams in a talk titled, “The Question of Metaphor in Haiku” presented at the Haiku North America Conference in (1991), and published for the first time in his new book, The Nick of Time: Essays on Haiku Aesthetics (Press Here, 2000). In his talk, Williams coins the term “unresolved metaphor” to characterize the kind of.
The Nick of Time: Essays on Haiku Aesthetics by Paul O. Williams, Press Here, 2001, ISBN 1-878798-23-5 (winner of the Haiku Society of America's 2002 Merit Award for Best Criticism) The Day of Strawberries, edited by Paul O. Williams (San Francisco: Two Autumns Press, 2004) — the companion chapbook to the Haiku Poets of Northern California’s fifteenth annual Two Autumns poetry reading series.
His book, The Nick of Time: Essays on Haiku Aesthetics, articulates what might be considered a conservative view of the possibilities of haiku in English, but it is in no way a narrow view. It is a valuable set of ideas about haiku from one of our best. We have lost a good, solid friend in haiku. So long, Paul. June 10, 2009 at 7:23 AM.
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Paul O. Williams was a retired English professor with a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. He wrote haiku since 1964. In 1999, he served as president of the Haiku Society of America and in 1989 helped found the Haiku Poets of Northern California.. The Nick of Time: Essays on Haiku Aesthetics. Foster City, CA: Press Here, 2001. Twenty.