Nancy Huxtable Mohr has a B.S. from Cornell University and California Teacher’s Credential from San Francisco State, as well as Independent Study in poetry with Eavan Boland at Stanford University. She is a member of the Community of Writers and taught for ten years with California Poets in the Schools both in private and public schools and the San Mateo County Women’s Jail. Nancy has one book of poetry, The Well, and is published in numerous journals. Further information and work can be found on her website, NancyHuxtableMohr.org. She lives in Northern California.
The Well: Poems from Twin Pines Farm is her first book.
Nancy has published in:
Rogue Agent Journal
Mantis Journal – Stanford University
Cider Press Review
Avocet and other journals
Her poetry is also published in quarterly journals and magazines:
“Wedding Day” in Concho River Review, December 2009
“Ages of the Barn” in Blueline Vol XXXVII 2016
“Wind Still Blowing through Him” in Blueline Vol XXXVII 2016
“Millers Mills Ice Harvest” in Avocet, A Journal of Nature Poetry, October 2015
“Feathers”, San Mateo Poetry Contest Winner in 2016
“Feminine Geometry” in California Quarterly, November 2018
“The East End” and “The Mower” Dandelion Review, January 2018