The Moth Anthology took place at the University of York last week. Haiku by Billy Collins, Maura Dooley, Roger Keyes, Goldsmiths College students and other creative writers were included, all drawing their inspiration from the moth species recorded in Coxwold and in the Museum Gardens in York. The haiku were translated by students at Yamanashi University, Kofu, Japan under the supervision of Professor Michiyo Takano and Mr Yasuaki Inoue. If you have Japanese friends do suggest they take a look. I'll post a few pages from the book over the next few weeks while moth activity in the garden is nil. We had no luck with the Small Eggar.