Robyn Hood Black is a children's author, poet, and artist living in Northeast Georgia. Her books include SIR MIKE (Scholastic Library, 2005) and WOLVES (Intervisual Books, 2008). Her fiction has been published in HIGHLIGHTS, and her poetry in HOPSCOTCH and LADYBUG. Her poetry also appears in Georgia Heard's anthology of found poems, THE ARROW FINDS ITS MARK, from Roaring Brook Press (2012)and in Sylvia Vardell's and Janet Wong's THE POETRY FRIDAY ANTHOLOGY and THE POETRY FRIDAY ANTHOLOGY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL(Pomelo Books, 2012, 2013). Robyn's haiku appears in leading haiku journals.
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Robyn regularly presents for school, community, and professional audiences. She can discuss poetry, fiction, nonfiction, or a combination. Most recently she's presented haiku workshops in her Southern Breeze region, and she co-presented a POETRY FRIDAY ANTHOLOGY workshop with Irene Latham and April Halprin Wayland at the 2013 Fay B. Kaigler Children's Book Festival in Hattiesburg, MS. She's coordinated several conferences and a poetry retreat for SCBWI Southern Breeze. Please visit her website at www.robynhoodblack.com. [NEWS FLASH: Robyn has a new art business, artsyletters, with gifts for writers and readers and a blog on art and creativity: www.artsyletters.com]
Member since 1994
Region: Southern Breeze (Alabama/Georgia)
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