If you’re a Haiku Canada member you’re familiar with trifolds since there are usually one or two included with the Haiku Canada Review.
A few years back, Michael Dylan Welch started creating his own trifolds to share his haiku with attendees at conferences.
Today, trifolds are one of the most popular freebies at haiku conferences. They’re made of one sheet of paper printed double sided, and folded like a brochure.
Letting Go: haiku & haiga (interior), by Naia
When designing a trifold, pay attention to the cover since it’s the first thing people will see. Make sure the cover has an attractive picture, a title, your name.
Letting Go: haiku & haiga (cover), by Naia
The back of the trifold usually holds bio-bibliographical and contact information.
A Common Touch (back), by Michael Dylan Welch
You can create a trifold using the theme of the conference.
Autumn Haiku, by Barbara Hay…