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  • Bound by Red Clay

  • Piedmont Stubble

  • How to Write Haiku and Cinquain

Bound by Red Clay

"Neca Stoller's poetry is vibrant and vivacious, and captures in its essence the spirit and elegance of Japanese poetry in an English medium. Over the years Ygdrasil has had the great pleasure to publish many outstanding writers and poets, and Neca Stoller ranks among the finest." Klaus Gerken, Founder Ygdrasil, Journal of Poetic Arts.

"Bound by Red Clay" was nominated for the following awards:

  • Kate Tufts Discovery Award
  • 2th Annual Benjamin Franklin Award
  • Pushcart Poetry

Available at AmazonBarnes and Noble, DeeMarCommunications ISBN 0-9646450-8-4



Piedmont Stubble

"A book of poems to read by the bright light of one's soul.  Neca Stoller fulfills the role of nature poet with refreshing metaphors that shimmer with originality, verve, buoyancy and miraculous uncommon flair for language. A contemporary southern poet who consistently astounds with her many gifts, illuminating the secret inner-landscape of the human self." Ernest Slyman Forum of Creative Excellence in the Arts, Guggenheim Foundation/artnet.

"Piedmont Stubble" was nominated for the following awards.

  • Georgia Author of the Year Award

  • Pushcart Poetry 

Available: Amazon, Yahoo Books, StreetSaint Publications ISBN 1-931090-14-9



How to Write Haiku and Cinquain - A Beginner's Guide

"Neca has a broad understanding of the haiku form. At its best, her own writing manages to achieve the ultimate goal of a haiku: to clearly capture a moment such that the reader is both drawn in and then sent beyond, following a wealth of associations and meanings." A. C. Missias, Editor of Acorn, Journal of Contemporary Haiku.

Awards to Author

  • 1997 Haiku Society of America Renku (1st with Laura Young)
  • 1998 Kumamoto International Kusamakura Haiku(3rd)
  • 1998 International Kusamakura Haiku Competition(2nd)
  • 1999 Itoen Tenth International Contest(2nd)
  • Awards 1st World Tanka Competition
  • Tanka Splendor Awards 2000
  • 1st Place Suruga Baika Literary Festival- Daichu-ji Temple, Japan 
  • 2nd place Felissmo Haiku contest    
  • 2nd Place Shimanami International Haiku Contest 2000
  • Art of Haiku 2000
  • Red Moon Anthology of English Language Haiku 1997 and 1999     

Available at Amazon, StreetSaintPublications ISBN 0-615-11677-9



Self Publishing Information:


Self Publishing--Some of the things that will be needed.

 1. Isbn Number  - What is it?

The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a 10-digit number that uniquely identifies books and book-like products published internationally. 

Where do I get it?        ISBN U.S. Agency
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2. Bar code-This is used by book sellers to identify your book. 

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Fax: 678-969-9201

3. Copyright information:

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 Copyright 1996, Edited Jan 2006