Tooting Our Horn
- The New
Yorker, Talk of the Town, "The
Basho of Honk"
- New York Times, "Cars Howl
on Choked Streets But Lamppost Poets Propose Gentler Paths to Work"
- NPR's Talk of the Nation with Lynn Neary, "Road Rage
Meets Zen" Carl Kassel, Robert Siegel and NPR voices read their favorite
- PBS Life 360, "What's a Honku?"
- The Los
Angeles Times, "Versed
in Traffic Control"
- One Ring Zero, "Honku: The Song"
- CBC Radio's
As it Happens with Mary Lou Finlay and Barbara Budd, "Honku
- Japanese Poetry to Calm New York's Streets"
Life Inc.: How Corporatism Conquered the World and How We Can Take it Back
- The Daily Kansan, "Streets of Rage"
- NPR's The
Next Big Thing, "Honku"
Daily News, "Hey, New York -
Take a Haiku"
- The London Guardian,
Poems Change the World"
- Sweden's Dagens
Nyheter, "Tutande Blev
- Roadside Theater, "HONK!"
- NPR's Sunday
Weekend Edition, "Where Road
Rage Meets Zen"
USA Weekend, "Haiku
- North Carolina's Salisbury Post, "Try
Your Hand at Haiku"
- WCPN 90.3 Cleveland Public Radio with April Baer, "Practicing
Honku: An Interview with Author Aaron Naparstek"
Chicago Sun Times,
music to forestall carmageddon: Haiku for the road"
- WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show, "Poetry in Motion"
Cleveland Jewish News,
Bard of Clinton Street"
- The Brooklyn Paper, "Honking Mad"
- CNN "Honk if you love
'honku'" Jeanne Moos gets versed in the intricacies of 'honku'
- Washington University Magazine, "Developing Both Rhyme and Reason"
- Tricycle, "Road-Rage Haiku"
- Perils for Pedestrians, "The Honku Poet Has an Antidote to Road Rage"
- American Way Magazine, "Don't Honk. Honku"
- Life's Little Annoyances: True Tales of People Who Just Can't Take it Anymore
- San Diego Union Tribune, "Haiku or Honku: Can a Poetic Phrase Stop the Noise?"
- New York Sun, "In Advance of Thanksgiving, a Zen of Road Rage"
- Flahute, "Honku (redux) in Multiple Parts"
- Houstonist, "Do You Honku?"
- Seattle Post-Intelligencer, "Hold That Honk."
- The Where Blog, "Honku"
- Automobile Magazine, "In Gear"
- WNYC Transportation Nation, "Hey, You're Walking Here"
- Grist, "Need Some Traffic Zen? Try Honku"
- St. Paul,
Minnesota Pioneer Press, "Signs
New York City is Returning to Normal"
- Scotland's Sunday
- St. Paul,
Minnesota Pioneer Press, "Honk
if you Want to Enrage Neighbors"
- BikeTV with Clarence Eckerson, Brooklyn
Community Access Television
- CBC Radio's As it Happens with Mary Lou Finlay and
Barbara Budd, "Honku
- 96X Edmonton, Canada, BJ
- Staten Island Advance, "Honk if You Like Haiku"
Long Island Press,