Jane Taylor

Visiting Dates

April 25, 2012

Taylor is a poet, editor and teacher with a special interest in creative collaboration. Her first book of poems was a duet with poet Judith Tate O’Brien titled By the Grace of Ghosts, a finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award in 2005. In 2007, Jane collaborated with poet Anita Skeen in a collection of poems, When We Say Shelter. These poems were inspired by their shared experiences teaching at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. In 2008, Jane and Anita co-edited a collection of essays, poems and stories by Ghost Ranch writers titled Once Upon a Place: Writing from Ghost Ranch. What Can Be Saved, poems in two voices, was published by Finishing Line in 2009, and a full length collection of narrative poems, The Lady Victory, is forthcoming from Turning Point.