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Jeanne Murray Walker (BA Wheaton College, Chicago; PhD University of Pennsylvania) is the author of seven volumes of poetry, the latest of which is Pilgrim, You Find the Path by Walking (Paraclete Press, 2019). She is a frequent contributor to periodicals such as Poetry, The American Poetry Review, Southern Review, The Georgia Review, The Kenyon Review, The Nation, and Image. She gives readings, runs workshops, and speaks across the United States and abroad. Her poems appear in print anthologies, as well as on the radio, the web, and in busses and trains under the auspices of the Poetry in Motion project. The author of many essays, she has also written extensively for the theatre. Her scripts include Inventing Montana, Tales From The Daily Tabloid, Rowing Into Light on Lake Adley, and The Queen's 2 Bodies: The Double Life of Elizabeth I. They have been produced in Boston, Washington, Chicago, throughout the Midwest, and in London. Published by Dramatic Publishing, her scripts also appear in North American Women's Drama, a scholarly online reference work published by Alexander Street Press. Her work has been honored with prizes and awards including a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, seven Pennsylvania State Arts Council Fellowships, the Prairie-Schooner Reader's Choice and Strousse Awards, a number of new play prizes, and the prestigious Pew Fellowship in the Arts. She has served on the Editorial Board of Christianity and Literature as well as Shenandoah. Professor Walker taught poetry workshops at the University of Delaware as well as courses in poetry and the literature of the English Renaissance. She also taught script writing and organized a yearly script writing competition at the University. Among the first faculty to teach Study Abroad courses at the University, Jeanne led students to London frequently during winter sessions between 1993 and 2015. After retiring, she taught both poetry writing and the poetry of Dante in the “Gordon in Orvieto, Italy" Program. Her poem, “Colors", is part of a permanent installation in The Comcast Technology Center in Philadelphia. She is the recipient of16 nominations for The Pushcart Prize and her work has been included in Best American Poetry.
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