Jacqueline Jules

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Jacqueline Jules is the author of the poetry chapbooks, Field Trip to the Museum, published by Finishing Line Press, and Stronger Than Cleopatra, published by ELJ Publications. Her poetry has appeared in over 100 publications including The Potomac Review, Sunstone, Minimus, Soundings Review, Gargoyle, Main Street Rag, Christian Science Monitor, Innisfree Poetry Journal, Red Booth Review, Gravel Magazine, OffCourse, Third Wednesday, Poetica, Imitation Fruit, Connecticut River Review, Pirene's Fountain, and The Poetry Friday Anthologies. She won the Arlington Arts Moving Words Competition in 2007, First Place for Poetry Press Award from the Catholic Press Association in 2008, the SCBWI Magazine Merit Award for Poetry in 2009, and was the first place winner of the Spirit First Contest in 2014. In addition, she is the author of two dozen books for young readers including the Zapato Power series, No English, Sarah Laughs, and Never Say a Mean Word Again. You can visit her online at her website: Jacqueline Jules website

Written by Jacqueline Jules August 2014

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