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Jenny Brantley, a native of North Carolina, is an associate professor
in the Department of English at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls
where she won The Distinguished Teacher Award in 2004. She teaches advanced
writing workshops and seminars, as well as classes in women’s literature.
She is also the editor of Literary Magazine Review, a twenty-five
year old national magazine, and her poetry has been published in North
American Review, 13th Moon, Hurricane Alice, Women and Language, Genre,
Kaleidoscope, Living Forge, The Same, and other magazines. Her
scholarly work includes an article on Gloria Naylor in Everything Got
Four Sides: The Early Novels of Gloria Naylor (University Press of
Florida) and “Clorox The Dishes: A Defense of Snow Falling on Cedars”
in Censored Books: Critical Viewpoints, vol. 2, Scarecrow Press,
2002. For her poetry, she has won a Hart Crane award and an Academy
of American Poets Award (University of Nebraska-Lincoln). She has
also completed a mixed-genre manuscript centered on Lake Superior.
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