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Meet Jenny

Jenny Noble Anderson is the author of But Still She Flies: Poems and Paintings and the forthcoming collection Can Buddhists Wear Mascara (and Other Things I’ve Googled). Her work has been featured in The Breakwater Review, (a) river rising: Anthology of Women’s Voices, The Moss Gossamer Anthology of North Florida Poets, A Gathering of Poets 2, and The Eunoia Review. Jenny was a finalist for the 2023 Perseroff Prize in poetry, and winner of both the 2022 Gold Nautilus Book Award and 2023 Homebound Publications poetry prize. 

 

From a young age, Jenny devoured poems and wrote them. After completing a Bachelor of Arts in English, Jenny shifted direction to pursue her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work. The isolating conditions of the pandemic proved fertile for Jenny’s creative pursuits, and after more than fifteen years of combined experience as a therapist and sobriety coach, she dialed back on clinical work to focus more intentionally on writing. 

 

When she isn’t working on her latest manuscript, Jenny can be found messaging her sobriety clients, beachcombing, drafting colorful to-dos lists, transporting her son to all the things (while stealing glimpses of him in the rearview mirror), playing dress up, or camping. Camping is her favorite thing because it means her family is trapped and she can eat them up. Jenny lives in Florida with her husband and son. And yes, #itscomplicated.

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But Still She Flies: Poems and Paintings
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