I have just started participating with Shiki Kukai Monthly haiku group. It is an opportunity to submit haiku for peer review. There are two categories: haiku featuring a kigo (Japanese for season) word and then a free form format.
Last month, I submitted the following haiku. The word was a season word, withered.
on withered jade
The way it works is that haiku are submitted one week and then the following week, an email is sent with 100 or more haiku for each topic. Haiku is anonymous until after voting. You get six points per category to distribute among the haiku. Talk about difficult. Since I submitted just in the kigo word category, I could only vote in that category.
After a week of voting, points are revealed and a winner declared. I was pleased to garnered three points my first time out.
Voting just started for this month. I submitted for both categories. I will update next week.
More slices can be found at Two Writing Teachers.