Guillermo Delgado, an interdisciplinary artist, reflects on daily life—seeking wisdom from nature through the practice of haiku poetry. For 100 days*, starting March 24th, 2012, and in collaboration with North Branch Projects, Mr. Delgado will exhibit his daily haiku poems in the storefront window of North Branch Projects. In addition, the text and images will be available for viewing on North Branch’s website and the artist’s blog. On May 20th, the artist will lead a community bookmaking/haiku workshop; this event will be free and open to the public (donations encouraged). A hand-bound book collection of haiku poems will become part of North branch Projects’ Neighborhood Archives and available for viewing at the end of the residency.*UPDATE: Although I’ve reached my project goal, I try to write haiku everyday, so I’m continuing to post some of them here.  Thanks for reading my haiku!


About Guillermo D.


5 responses to “About

  1. Keep up the great work!

    Mark Blasini

  2. Hey! 🙂 This is a little awkward– I feel pretty presumptuous– but I’m starting an online magazine and I’d like to feature poetry, short fiction, and flash fiction in each issue (it comes out monthly). The premier issue is well under way, but I’m having trouble rounding up some poems for it. I came across this blog and I thought your haiku were amazing…. so what I’m asking is, would you be willing to be one of our featured poets, for our first issue?
    I know it’s a lot to ask, when you don’t really know anything about the magazine and I can’t point to past issues for you to get a feel of the vibe. It’s meant to be hip, artistic, and eclectic, while remaining accessible, down-to-earth, and unpretentious. 🙂 Since we’re including a hefty style section and a home/food section, I think our audience will mainly be youngish women (is that sexist? I don’t mean it to be).
    What I would love is to publish a little collection of five of your haiku, all rights remaining yours– they will appear in this one issue with a brief bio of yours and your copyright clearly printed as well.
    Whaddya say? 🙂

  3. Hi Guillermo, I love your haiku. Outstanding. Inspiring. I’m so happy to know you.

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