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Knock-Your-Socks-Off Art and Literature
Issue 6: Fall 2016
Haiga (Art + Haiku): 8 words


by Nancy Hull and Ray Rasmussen

Moonbeams, haiga by Nancy Hull (fabric art) and Ray Rasmussen (haiku)
Copyright © by Nancy Hull and Ray Rasmussen. All rights reserved.


the ephemeral ink
of a poet’s pen


Author’s Note:

Haiku and image are a scan of a fabric-art piece created by Nancy Hull; text of haiku as well as the Photoshop treatments (including color changes and image modifications) are by Ray Rasmussen.

Nancy Hull
Issue 6, Fall 2016

lives in Halton Hills, Ontario. A retired veterinarian, she spends her time exploring the wilderness on horseback, in a kayak or canoe, on snowshoes or in hiking boots, all with a camera in hand. Indoors she can be found working on fibre-art projects, cursing Photoshop, reading, and dabbling in writing.

Ray Rasmussen
Issue 6, Fall 2016

lives in Edmonton, Canada. He’s a retired University of Alberta professor who spends his time writing, editing, hiking, and canoeing. Ray serves as haibun editor of Haibun Today and technical editor of Contemporary Haibun Online. An award-winning photographer, he modifies his work with Photoshop to create art images. For more info, please visit his haiku, photography, and photo-arts website:

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