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Theresa Broemmer Theresa Broemmer lives in mid-western Illinois with her husband and two children.
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She has a masters degree in education, and she spent five years in the early childhood field before deciding to stay at home with her children and concentrate on a writing career. She writes poetry, children's stories, and adult drama. She hopes to break into the traditional world of publishing someday, but for now she is happy with every little writing success she achieves. Sally Calhoun Sally Hanson Calhoun, who passed away on November 6, , was a practicing clinical psychologist and professor of psychology to graduate students.
Honors and an A. She published at least 63 writings, including some placed in anthologies. Her writings include poems, short stories, and scholarly articles. She has won numerous awards for her creative writing, and for many years was active with the North Shore Creative Writers, as well as in the Illinois State Poetry Society. Cantrall Margarete Cantrall April 8, October 19, was born in Aurora, IL, and never lived so far from Chicago that she couldn't get there to see a play.
She graduated from Northern Illinois University B. During the school year, she was state champion in extemporaneous speaking and debate.
She designed the gifted program for the school, and sponsored a book club and student literary magazine. Sandi Caplan Sandi Caplan's past history includes acting on the stage. She received her equity card at 35, at Drury Lane Theatre in Chicago. She is looking to have it produced this year.
She moved to Highland Park nine years age. She feels fortunate to live in a creative community. She started at the Art Center, two years ago, and loves doing portraits. Poetry has become an important part of her life. With Highland Park poetry with Jennifer Dotson, her poem "Reflect" was in a store window this past summer.
She is also in a group with Len Berman at the Deerfield Library. When not scribbling entertaining poems, stories and songs on all available scraps of paper to read to his wife and sons over dinner, he runs a successful multi-state property management business. He is a lawyer and real estate investor by trade, musician and writer by avocation. Betty Carr Betty Carr received her M. Approximately of her poems from five manuscripts have received prizes or have appeared in literary publications such as Midway Review and Lincoln Log Illinois State Poetry Society and in anthologies by Crossroads and World of Poetry.
In addition, she has two published prize-winning essays Stitt and Freedoms Foundation. Her unpublished works also include a page trilogy, three novels, a novella, three books of humor, seventeen children's stories and poems, and two books on writing fiction and poetry. Nancy Jean Carrigan Nancy Jean Carrigan nee Bohn February 24, - July 18, , was a highly respected, award-winning poet, painter, sculptor and engraver. She sometimes embedded poems into paintings.
Nancy and her husband Dick partnered in the writing of two science fiction adventure novels. One of them, The Siren Stars, was translated into French. Carrigan created stage sets and costumes for several Chicago ballet troupes. She also played a leadership role in the arts program at Fermilab, where her husband worked. She was a founding member of the Mythopian Artist Group.
Susan Spaeth Cherry Susan Spaeth Cherry began her writing career as a journalist for newspapers and magazines nationwide. A persistent need to express herself creatively led her to start writing poetry in mid-life.
Her work, which has won many awards, has been published in a variety of literary magazines and poetry anthologies. She is the author of five poetry collections: Susan is now setting her poetry to music she writes herself. Other composers have also created songs from her poems. Tom Chockley Tom Chockley writes exclusively in the haiku and related forms genre.
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He began seriously learning the craft of haiku in about During that time he has had the good fortune to be published in such print journals as Frogpond, Modern Haiku, and Bottle Rockets. In addition to haiku, he writes haibun, a form of micro-fiction plus haiku.
He has been fortunate to have several haibun published in Frogpond and the online journal, Haibun Today. When not chewing his fingernails waiting to see whether a journal editor has accepted a haiku or haibun for publication, he's retired. His concerns were the Earth's overpopulation and the multi-crises the human family faces.
He wrote 3 books on those subjects, and another was about to come out, also as an e-book. Christine Cianciosi Christine Cianciosi's poetry has appeared in the Prairie Light Review, fall , spring and fall , and spring She lives in Winfield and is an active member and employee of the Theosophical Society in America. Currently she is attending College of DuPage and pursuing studies in writing and literature. Hobbies and interests include meditation, writing poetry, photography, and reading and studying spiritual texts for personal growth.
Nancy Clark Nancy Clark, an Illinois native, is a former sponsor of high school literary festivals and a retired teacher of composition, literature, speech, reading, and humanities.
Also a former Sylvan Learning Center owner, she now divides her time between Illinois and a second home in eastern North Carolina. She lives with her husband and assorted animals on a small horse farm in Northern Illinois. He considers himself a journalist because he wants to be and a poet because he must be. Job's articles and visual arts column "Art Seen" appear regularly in Illinois Times, a Springfield-based news weekly. He has published three books of his poetry and a compendium of poetry, biography and more about his favorite native-son poet Vachel Lindsay.
He shares Lindsay's life story and recites his favorite poetry Lindsay's and his own for schools and organizations in central Illinois and hopes to expand his "territory" via Illinois State Poetry Society. His first novel, Stealing Second, was released in April A dramatic play, BoxTown, dealing with the plight of the homeless in America, is under consideration for a college production.
Although she has always enjoyed poetry, she didn't begin seriously writing until after the death of her 1-year-old daughter in September Poetry was the only way she was able to express what she was feeling.
His first written work, a stage presentation which later turned out to be the first rock opera, was a three-act lyric poem entitled "Book Week" and it drew people to three performances. Working mainly through national library databases and archives, and self-taught using universities as part of the network, he has earned high praise building a reputation for himself on the north shore of Chicago.
He is the first-place prizewinning poet for Rhino Magazine. He graduated from Northwestern University where he studied political science and journalism. He spent his business career in the computer field in marketing, training and writing positions.
His light verse was published regularly in The Chronicle of the Horse. Tracy Costello Tracy Costello has been playing around with poetry since she was a teenager. She is a college administrator and instructor, primarily working with adult learners. It is her job to help them acclimate back into college, to become a successful student and ultimately graduate.
She thoroughly enjoys her work. She is married, has one daughter, a senior at Columbia College. She can't forget her furry kids, Gracie cat and Stormie Border Collie. He is sure some will remember it used to be much more rural and less suburb.
He and his family have lived in Crystal Lake, Illinois since Before that he lived in rural Barrington.
Always having been "Artistically inclined", he made up poems and songs for all his boys when they were growing up. He even wrote a few songs for guitar He's from the sixties. Inspired, he wrote a verse for his mom and he was smitten. Now he hardly makes it through the day without reading or writing something.
He makes a living in maintenance and remodeling and repair, which has kept him in close contact with a diverse group of people and environments. So, he has lots to write about. Presently he is working on a collection of poems both verse, rhyme and free verse, and is pursuing getting it published.
Kathy Lohrum Cotton Kathy Lohrum Cotton of Anna, Illinois, is an award-winning poet and digital collage artist whose work has been published in literary journals, magazines, and anthologies as well as nationally marketed as posters and greeting cards. Cotton is the author of three poetry collections; the illustrated volume, Deluxe Box of Crayons, was published in Debbie Neal Crawford Debbie Neal Crawford has been putting thoughts to paper since she was a little girl.
Turning fifty inspired her to pursue writing and publication as a more serious endeavor. It is her hope that the Lord would use her words to encourage the soul. A former missionary who lived in South Africa for three years, she and her husband Doug currently make West Frankfort, Illinois their home. Read more of her poetry and essays at debbienealcrawford. His paths in life have taken him from a teenager in the fifties to the U.
Navy in the sixties; from a blue-collar worker to a nursing degree; from Illinois-Arkansas-Florida-Tennessee and back to his hometown in Illinois. Before retiring, he was working as an RN, focusing on the care of hospice patients and their families.
A cabin, a cup of coffee and a typewriter; a picture he has carried around in the back roads of his mind for several years. Many roads has he traveled and many travelers has he met along the way, all with stories to be told. With his faith in God and "dust on his shoes," he travels the writer's path.