Autumn Noelle Hall

P.O. Box 815
Green Mountain Falls, CO 80819

Author's Bio

Autumn Noelle Hall served as the inaugural Tanka Prose Editor for Ribbons, the journal of the Tanka Society of America from 2016-2018. Her Asian Short Form poetry appears regularly in journals around the globe, including Atlas Poetica, Blithe Spirit, the cherita, Contemporary Haibun Online, Eucalypt, Frameless Sky, Frog Pond, Haibun Today, Haigaonline, Kokako, Modern Haiku, Moonbathing, Presence, Prune Juice, red lights, Ribbons, Sage Green Journal, TinyWords, and the zen place. She is honored to have had poetry included in the recent anthologies, Earth: Our Common Ground, and galaxy of dust: A Red Moon Anthology of English Language Haiku, as well as in Write Like Issa: A Haiku How-to by David Lanoue. Often informed by her personal experience and her home in the Rocky Mountains, her work reflects a deep concern for the natural environment, social welfare/equality, and political/spiritual awareness and involvement. An avid photographer, Autumn also publishes integrated art/poetry forms such as photo haiga and tankart. She is a past member of the British Haiku Society, the Haiku Society of America, The Rocky Mountain Haiku Society, and the Tanka Society of America, as well as an active member/presenter for the CG Jung Society of Colorado Springs.

Publications and Prizes

A Hundred Gourds, Atlas Poetica: A Journal of Poetry of Place in Contemporary Tanka, Blithe Spirit, Contemporary Haibun Online, Eucalypt: A Tanka Journal, Haibun Today, Notes from the Gean, Presence, Prune Juice: Journal of Senryu and Kyoka, Red Lights, Ribbons: Tanka Society of America Journal
Prizes Won: 
Honorable Mention in the Jane Reichhold Memorial Haiga Competition, 2017 [Linda Papanicolau--Photo Haiga Judge]

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
You Don't Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie
World's End by Pablo Neruda
Upstream by Mary Oliver
Tangled Hair by Akiko Yosano
Red Lights by Mokichi Saito

More Information

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Travels for readings: 
autumn petrichor/ the gold rain of aspen alms. . ./ you are only poor/ because you choose to be/ wayfarin’ stranger *** red wind/ fingering the stories/ of the Dead/ on this five-hole flute/ Sand Creek still singing [two tanka from Spent Blossoms, 2015 TSA Anthology]
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Last updated: Feb 26, 2018