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Nancy Dickeman

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Nancy Dickeman


Nancy Dickeman is a local writer and a co-founder of the multi-disciplinary exhibit, Particles on the Wall. Her first novel manuscript, Green Run, White Train, is set against the backdrop of Richland, Washington where she grew up. Her essays have appeared in "The Seattle Post-Intelligencer" and "OCEAN Magazine." Nancy's poems have appeared in the anthology "March Hares: The Best of Fine Madness," and in "Poetry Northwest," "The Seattle Review," "River City," and other publications. She received her MA in creative writing from the University of Washington. Nancy is active in environmental, children's health, and peace issues. She serves on the planning committee for Seattle's annual commemoration of the atomic bombings, "From Hiroshima to Hope," and is a board member of the Abe Keller Peace Education Fund.


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