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Half A Rainbow: A Haiku Nook Anthology dedicated to Rachel Sutcliffe (1977-2019)

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  • Half A Rainbow: A Haiku Nook Anthology dedicated to Rachel Sutcliffe (1977-2019)

    I'm grateful to have had the opportunity to serve as the managing editor of this new, international haiku anthology.

    Half A Rainbow
    is an international haiku anthology dedicated to Rachel Sutcliffe (1977-2019), and Haiku Nook Google+. Rachel was a highly respected haiku poet from the U.K. who is published widely. She was also an active and inspiring member of our Haiku Nook G+ community. Rachel passed away from an autoimmune disease called lupus. In honor of Rachel and the Haiku Nook G+ community, 21 poets from Canada, the U.K., Germany, Persia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Romania, Indonesia, the Philippines, and the U.S. have come together to create this anthology. Our anthology features haiku, tanka, and haibun. Proceeds will be donated to Leeds Clinical Immunology Research Fund, Leeds Cares at St. James's University Hospital.

    Half A Rainbow is now available on Lulu, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

    Anthology Website:

    To learn more about St. James's University Hospital, please visit:

    Half A Rainbow features haiku, tanka, and haibun by the following poets:

    Willie Bongcaron (Philippines)
    Lovette Carter (USA)
    Fractled (USA)
    Momolu Freeman (USA)
    Dana Grover (USA)
    Michelle Hyatt (Canada)
    Brendon Kent (UK)
    Nicholas Klacsanzky (Ukraine)
    Eva Limbach (Germany)
    Martha Magenta (UK)
    Réka Nyitrai (Romania)
    Malintha Perera (Sri Lanka)
    Dave Read (Canada)
    Gabri Rigotti (South Africa)
    Nakta Roodgari (Persia)
    Jacob Salzer (USA)
    Robin Anna Smith (USA)
    Alan Summers (UK)
    Rachel Sutcliffe (UK)
    Lucky Triana (Indonesia)
    Isabella Kramer (veredit) (Germany)
    Mal Ward (UK)