Jane's Stories Press Foundation
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About Jane Stories Press Foundation
Jane's Stories Press Foundation is an international, 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that nurtures emerging and established women writers. Since 2006, JSPF has offered literary resources, education, friendship, and publishing opportunities.
JSPF is delighted that Glenda Bailey-Mershon has agreed to take the helm for a second term. Born in Upstate South Carolina to a family with roots in the Southern Appalachians, Glenda is an American poet, essayist, novelist, cultural historian, and human rights activist. she has explored in poetry and fiction her European, Native American, and Romani heritage.
Her published works include the novel,Eve's Garden; Bird Talk: Poems; saconige/blue smoke: Poems from the Southern Appalachians; A History of the American Women's Movement: A Study Guide, and four volumes as editor of the Jane's Stories anthologies by women writers, including Jane's Stories IV: Bridges and Borders (Jane's Stories, 2013), which includes work by women in conflicts around the world.