Welcome to the new Halloween Horror Haiku!

Halloween Haiku is now Halloween Horror Haiku!

Why the change? I want to expand more into the horror genre and blog more about horror movies, books, creators, etc. I’ll still write haiku and post about all things Halloween. Honestly, I don’t think my blog will be much different.

Be sure to bookmark the new website address:

Social Media Handles
Instagram: @halloweenhorrorhaiku
Twitter: @Halloweenkristy
Pinterest: @halloweenkristy

If you find broken links or missing items, gimme a shout-out in Comments or email me at Halloweenkristy@gmail.com

Thanks for your support and for joining in this journey with me.

Halloween Kristy

Big News! Halloween Haiku is rebranding

I’m in the process of redoing my blog. Halloween Haiku is changing its name to Halloween Horror Haiku. There will be a new web address, but until then, I can still be reached at Halloweenkristy@gmail.com

The transfer will happen soon and it might take a bit of time, so please bear with me. You may notice little changes here and there. I’m hoping not to lose any content in the transfer. Fingers crossed and any good vibes you can spare, I’d appreciate them.

I’ve been thinking about this for a while. I was going to wait until 2022, but I realized there’s no reason to wait. Plus, I wanted to secure the domain name.

I thank everyone for sticking with me on the journey thus far. I hope you’ll stay around to see the cool things I have in store for my blog.


Halloween Haiku Challenge 2021 Winner

Congratulations to DeAnna Hammersley who submitted the winning haiku in the Halloween Haiku Challenge 2021!

Halloween Haiku Challenge 2021 Winning Haiku

DeAnna won the Halloween Icons Prize Pack, which includes an unsigned copy of Elvira’s new book, Halloween face masks, Halloween dish towels, a pair of candy corn socks, Halloween notepad, and Stay Spooky card.

Here are the results of winning runner-up haiku. Each will receive some Halloween stickers and small buttons.

2nd Place: Gary Blackwell aka Gaxthewonderpigeon

Silent as the grave
Moon beam loud, shrieking banshee
Death makes room for you

3rd Place(tie): Barbecue 17

Octobers Last Night
Awaiting the Great Pumpkin
November’s chill comes

3rd Place(tie): Ava Harrison

The spirits rise up
Humans run away and scream
The bedlam begins

I will directly contact winners to get mailing details. Please do not post personal information here or on social media.

Thank you so very much to everyone who participated in Halloween Haiku Challenge 2021. Choosing a winner is always such a hard decision, since there were some fabulous haiku. I’m amazed and inspired by everyone.

Wishing you all happy holidays!