Listed are some of the best resources on the Internet for learning about haiku and the relationships between words and images. This is an ongoing listing.
PRIMARY WEB SITES
http://www2.famille.ne.jp/~haiku/index-e.html Association of Haiku Poets and Museum of Haiku Literature based in Japan.
http://www.thehaikufoundation.org/ The Haiku Foundation: we are working towards a complete English-language haiku archival library with an eye toward making it available to scholars and poets for research and scholarship; simultaneously we are preparing an online virtual library that will be available to all; and we have plans for a haiku biographical encyclopedia.
http://haikudirectorylechaiku.blogspot.ca/ Haiku journals, magazines and blogs. Many links. Updated.
http://www.americanhaikuarchives.org/ American Haiku Archives Website
http://www.ahapoetry.com/ Abundance of material from Jane Reichold’s years of dedication to the haiku and its associated forms.
http://thegreenleaf.co.uk/HP/haigapages.htm The Haiga Pages offers many links to poets who combine their words with images.
http://raysweb.net/haiku/ Lots of good stuff and links.