Around the world in less than 80 years, and back to the midwest again as an all-around artist and author.
She is the author of "Sightlines: A Poet's Diary," and recently released an audio book titled "Sightlines: A Family love story in poetry and music."
Janet is a Woman of Letters involved in writing, publishing, speaking, and giving workshops as a creative catalyst.
Authors Guild. 2007 DIY, honorable mention for "Sightlines: A Poet's Diary" 2007 Solas Awards, bronze, for the story "Driving Lessons"
Kellogg Leadership Fellowship
Bioregional Artist in Residence (UC/Davis)
Books from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Poetry of Ted Kooser, Walter Bargen, and other Midwestern poets.
Currently working on a memoir "Finding My African Heart: A Village of Stories"; and a trilogy of novelettes "African Love Story: Lost and Found."
iUniverse,literary journals such as "Havard Review," "Cream City Review," "Lullwater Review."
Creating connections through the arts and across cultures
Note: "The Spirit of a Woman" anthology with a foreward by Angeles Arrien is forthcoming. (http://womens-spirit.com/?page_id=5)
See my reviews at Amazon.com.
See my review of Alethea Eason's book "Hungry." Alethea's link in Red Room is http://www.redroom.com/author/alethea-d-eason
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