Individual Author Record
Name: Glenda Bailey-MershonPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction Poetry Born: 1949 in Anderson, South Carolina Sites:
Illinois ConnectionBailey-Mershon lived in Palatine, Illinois. She received her B.A. at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, her M.S. from Governors State University in University Park, Illinois and her postgraduate work at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationGlenda Bailey-Mershon is a writer, editor and historian. She is a native of South Carolina and has lived in the Midwest and the South. She is the author of Sa-co-ni-ge/Blue Smoke: Poems from the Appalachians, Bird Talk: Poems and A History of the American Women's Movement: A Study Guide. Glenda is a founding member of Jane's Stories Press Foundation’s Writer’s Cooperative and is a former consultant to the Illinois Humanities Council. Jane's Stories Press has released four anthologies.
- The History of the American Women`s Movement, Wild Dove Studio & Press, Inc., 1997
- Bird Talk: Poems; A History of the American Women’s Movement: A Study Guide, Wild Dove Studio & Press, Inc., 1998
- Sa-co-ni-ge/Blue Smoke: Poems from the Southern Appalachians, Jane Publications,
Titles At Your Library
The history of the American women's movement: A study guide with essays
ISBN: 0963989448 Wild Dove Studio and Press. 1997
Bird Talk (Midwest Women Poets Series)
ISBN: 1891476114 Wild Dove Studio and Press. 1998