Teresa Breeden is a mother of two children, one who daily turns the other into a butterfly. She raises fish and chickens but eats neither, writes poetry on such topics as long underwear and borrowed shampoo, and is an active member of Ash Canyon Poets, a poetry workshop group, and GCW, a fiction workshop group. The managing editor of a small vegetable garden, Teresa is always accepting seed submissions.
Teresa teaches high school computer drafting, but earned her English (writing emphasis) degree from Loyola Marymount University, and has been writing ever since. She was awarded the 2006 NV Arts Council fellowship for literature, and has over 60 poems published in various journals and anthologies, including California Quarterly, Mid-America Poetry Review, Ruah, White Heron, and Best New Poets 2010. She has just finished her first YA novel and will soon embark on her second.
Member since 2010
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