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Bio for 2019

Nancy Jentsch has taught German and Spanish for over thirty-five years at Northern Kentucky University. She will retire in 2020 and looks forward to spending more time writing poetry and sharing the art of words with others. She has published scholarly articles, short fiction and poetry in journals such as Journal of Kentucky Studies, Eclectica, Aurorean, and Blinders. Her chapbook, Authorized Visitors, has been published by Cherry Grove Collections, an imprint of WordTech Communications (2017). Seven of her ekphrastic poems appear in the collaborative chapbook Frame and Mount the Sky (Finishing Line Press, 2017). Her Facebook writer’s page is https://www.facebook.com/NancyJentschPoet/. When she is not writing or teaching, she enjoys hiking, bird watching, knitting and Sudoku.

Reason for signing up:

There's no way I'd rather spend the month of June.

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Participated in the 2018 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2018 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2019 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2019 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2020 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2020 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2021 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2021 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Sustained Lexington Poetry Month
Sustained Lexington Poetry Month

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