Nancy A. Henry

101 Monroe AvenueWestbrook, ME 04092
Phone: 
207-415-6105

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Our Lady of Let's All Sing
(Sheltering Pines,
2007)
Who You Are
(Sheltering Pines,
2008)

Chapbook

Eros Ion
(Moon Pie Press,
2004)
Europe On $5 a Day
(Moon Pie Press,
2005)
Hard
(Musclehead Press,
2003)
Anything Can Happen
(Musclehead Press,
2002)

Anthology

Velvet Avalanche
(Satjah Projects,
2006)
Off the Record: An Anthology of Poetry by Lawyers
(Legal Studies Forum,
2004)

Journal

Rock Salt Plum
American Poets & Poetry
Barbaric Yawp
Blind Man's Rainbow
Breakfast All Day
Blood & Fire Review
Cafe Review
Cream City Review
Animus
Diner
Dream International Quarterly
Drexel Online Journal
Fairfield Review
From East to West
ForPoetry.com
Frisson
Garrison Keillor's Writer's Almanac
Gathering of the Tribes
Gin Bender
Harp Springs Poetry Journal
Hazmat Review
Hollins Critic
Hidden Oak
Ibbetson Street Press
Iconoclast
Illya's Honey
Imago
Southern Humanities Review
Yemassee
Word Riot
Kalliope
Iris
Legal Studies Forum
Long Islander
Parting Gifts
Plum Ruby Review
Poetry Bay

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Chipley, FL
Raised in: 
Gainesville, FL

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Listing last updated: May 8, 2008.

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