Carolyn Hall

butterflies under glass concerns a closely examined life. Hall faces daily trials with clarity, wit, and
wisdom. She urges readers to seek technical support in nature and human nature. Her haiku are endlessly fresh and never boilerplate.

Carolyn Hall‘s poems have been widely published in haiku journals in the U.S. and abroad, and have been anthologized in Haiku In English: the First Hundred Years (W.W. Norton & Company, 2013). She served on the editorial board of the Red Moon Anthology, was editor of Acorn: a journal of contemporary haiku, and edited Mariposa, the journal of the Haiku Poets of Northern California. She has been an active member and officer of HPNC for more than 20 years.