Kate B Hall (born Kay Brenda Stephan, June 22, 1945, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, U.K.), retired British artist and adult education tutor. She writes poetry, haiku, reviews, and fiction and recently completed a creative writing MA degree. She has published two haikai and tanka collections, Running for Nothing (2004) and Irises (2015). Her poetry collections The Story Is (2018) and Spell for Melting Ice (2021) were published by Bad Betty Press and she is working on a collection of short stories and her next haiku and poetry collections. Her works have appeared in Still, Blithe Spirit, Time Haiku, Presence, and BHS members’ anthologies. Hall edited the BHS members’ anthology Root (2019). She is a member of the London Haiku Group and the British Haiku Society and served as BHS president (2016–2018). Hall resides in London.
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