Jane's Stories: An Anthology of Work by Midwestern Women

Jane's Stories: An Anthology of Work by Midwestern Women

Glenda Bailey-Mershon / Apr 03, 2020

Jane s Stories An Anthology of Work by Midwestern Women None

  • Title: Jane's Stories: An Anthology of Work by Midwestern Women
  • Author: Glenda Bailey-Mershon
  • ISBN: 9780963989406
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Glenda Bailey-Mershon"

      • Glenda Bailey-Mershon

        Glenda Bailey Mershon grew up in the Appalachian South Curiosity led her to Chicago, where she founded a tutoring center, counseled immigrant students, taught anthropology and women s studies, and published nonfiction on community history and politics Stints as a bookstore co owner and editor underpin her workshops for writers A love of science and multicultural viewpoint is tangible in her poetry and fiction, which has appeared in qaartsiluni, Lunarosity, Appalachian Heritage, and other journals Her first novel, entitled Eve s Garden, includes the voices of a Romani grandmother, her daughter and granddaughter, and will be published in 2014 by Twisted Road Publications She recently co edited Jane s Stories IV Bridges and Borders, the fourth Jane s Stories anthology, encompassing work by women in conflict from around the world Her short story, Being Emily, was a finalist in Our Stories Journal s Fiction Contest She has published two poetry chapbooks, sa co ni ge poems from the Southern Appalachians and Bird Talk Poems, as well as The History of the American Women s Movement A Study Guide Currently, she lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.


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