Nola Borrell

Nola Borrell has had haiku and other forms of poetry published in New Zealand and overseas since the mid 1990s and has won various awards in competitions.  She co-edited the 2008 national haiku anthology, the taste of nashi (with Karen Peterson Butterworth), judged the junior section of the NZPS International Haiku competition in 2008, and co-organised the first NZ haiku festival in 2005. this wide sky, a chapbook (Puriri Press), was published in 2012. Nola is convener of Windrift Haiku Group of Wellington and a member of Zazen, an email workshop.

this wide sky
in the grass
a thrush’s broken egg

Presence 37.2 (UK); 2nd= Haiku Presence Award, 2008; a runner-up, The Haiku Calendar Competition 2009; The Haiku Calendar, 2010 (Snapshot Press).

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