Kelly Terwilliger grew up on the Oregon Coast where she went through a messy phase as a kid writing in notebooks with India ink and quill pens she’d made out of old seagull feathers. Her poems have appeared in The Atlanta Review, Prairie Schooner, Hunger Mountain, Poet Lore, The Comstock Review and other journals. Her chapbook, A Glimpse of Oranges, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2008. She is presently at work on a book-length collection of poems, and several story collections for children. She has two published picture books, Bubbe Isabella and the Sukkot Cake and Barnyard Purim, both with Kar-ben. She lives and works as a storyteller in Eugene, Oregon
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