Autumn Noelle Hall
Resides: Colorado, USA
Autumn Noelle Hall watches the world from a small cedar cabin on the slopes of Pikes Peak while attempting to make sense of life's senselessness through her writing. She's grateful to the sun for rising each day, to her husband and the mountain's wild creatures for keeping her company, and to all those who so generously read and publish her work. She sincerely hopes it is possible to save the Earth one small poem at a time.
Awards and Other Honors:
Autumn served as the inaugural tanka prose editor for the Tanka Society of America's print journal, Ribbons, 2016-2018.
"her hair braided" - Modern Haiku vol. 45.3, Autumn 2014; "my mother" - A Hundred Gourds 4.4, Sept. 2015; "fog tendrils" - Frogpond vol. 38.3, Fall 2015; also selected for Galaxy of Dust, The Red Moon Anthology of English Language Haiku 2015, ed. Jim Kacian & Staff; "mountain matins" - Blithe Spirit Vol. 26 No. 1, Winter 2015; "one wind" - A Hundred Gourds 3.4, Sept. 2014; "midnight carolers" - A Hundred Gourds 5.2, March 2016.