Martha Deborah Hall

Martha Deborah Hall’s poems appear in numerous journals including, Bellowing Ark, Common Ground Review, Las Cruces, Old Red Kimono, Tale Spinners, Tapestries, The Poets’ Touchstone, and Watch the Eye. She was the winner of the 2005 John and Miriam Morris Memorial Chapbook contest for her collection Abandoned Gardens and a semi-finalist in the 2007 Concrete Wolf Chapbook contest. Martha has published numerous poetry books through Plain View Press and WordTech Communications, including: Inside Out, published and nominated for a Pushcart Award in 2011, and The Closing, the Opening, a semi-finalist in the 2012 Word Works Washington Prize. Her most recent books include Tears, Tunnels to Up-Country, and In My Cottage. Hall holds degrees from Ohio Wesleyan University and Columbia University, and lives in Amherst, New Hampshire.

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