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SUSANNE GEORGE- BLOOMFIELD

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SUSANNE GEORGE-BLOOMFIELD is a full professor and holds the Martin Distinguished Professorship at the University of Nebraska — Kearney. Her poetry has been published in the Nebraska Poets Calendar (1996), The Platte River: An Atlas of the Big Bend Region (1993), Nebraska English Journal (1989), The Sandhills and Other Geographies, A Hard Row to Hoe, Cattails and Meadowlarks, and Skiing magazine. She is the author, most recently, of Impertinences: Selected Writings of Elia Peattie, A Journalist in the Gilded Age (University of Nebraska Press, 2005). She has also co-edited The Platte River: An Atlas of the Big Bend Region (1993), A Prairie Mosaic: An Atlas of Central Nebraska’s Land, Nature, and Culture (2000), A Presidential Visit (2002), and co-authored From the Beginning: A History of Excellence at the University of Nebraska at Kearney (2005). Her other books include The Adventures of the Woman Homesteader: The Life and Letters of Elinore Pruitt Stewart, published in 1992 by the University of Nebraska Press. In 1996, she edited and published Wellsprings: Poems by Six Nebraska Poets (U of Nebraska — Kearney). Her newest book is Kate M Cleary, A Literary Biography with Selected Works/ (U of Nebraska P, 1997). She is the editor of The Platte Valley Review. In addition to writing and teaching, she also raises paint horses.



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