Tag Archives: scifaiku

Scifaiku: Core

Core (blog)

Core
you never disappear
great protective magnet
Earth’s iron soul

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem inspired by the current trend of the weakening of the magnetic north. Science postulates that the Earth’s poles might flip, as it has done in past ancient eras.

Poem first published: Far Horizons Magazine, July 2017

Scifaiku: Geomagnetic Reversal

Geomagnectic Reversal (blog)

 

Geomagnetic Reversal
when north becomes south
protective shroud fails humanity
compass spins

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem inspired by the current trend of the weakening of the magnetic north.  Science postulates that the Earth’s poles might flip, as it has done in past ancient eras.

Poem first published: Far Horizons Magazine, July 2017

Scifaiku: White Mask

White Mask (blog)

White Mask
invisible dark face
compensates coded algorithm
false white mask

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem inspired by a TED talk about how algorithm bias doesn’t factor in certain facial types for identification purposes.  A coding problem that needs to be solved so that services will be available to everyone equally.

Scifaiku: Algorithm Bias

algorithm bias (blog)

Algorithm Bias

Identity algorithm
can not read my darkness
coded gaze

A Scifaiku by Wendy Van Camp
Illustrated by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaiku poem inspired by a TED talk about how algorithm bias doesn’t factor in certain facial types for identification purposes.  A coding problem that needs to be solved so that services will be available to everyone equally.

Scifaikuest publishes – Scifaiku: Brainstorming Techniques by Wendy Van Camp

Scifaikuest February 2017

 

I am pleased to announce that my article “Scifaiku: Brainstorming Techniques” has been published in the February 2017 issue of Scifaikuest.  This is a print only magazine featuring scifaiku poetry edited by T. Santitoro.  The article describes my techniques for writing science fiction haiku.