Jennie Helderman 

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Jennie Helderman is an Alabama-born-and-bred writer transplanted to Atlanta in her gray-haired years. She entered Alabama politics as a pre-schooler, campaigning for her dad; broke a glass ceiling at age ten as the first girl to page in the Alabama legislature, the same year she wrote and produced her first play. Since then she's written three nonfiction books, chaired the editorial committee for a 150,000 circulation quarterly, and written magazine articles and short stories. Her shortest story was nominated for the Pushcart Prize for 2007. She's taught school in rural Alabama, done social work, led community projects and promoted women's issues. For six years she chaired the board which oversees Alabama's DHR, the largest state agency with a $1.6 billion budget. Shes climbed Mt. Vesuvius, worked at Pompeii, hiked across Spain and rafted the Grand Canyon. If she doesn't learn to write faster, she'll never tell all the stories crawling through her memory. www.jenniehelderman.com 404 848 9368
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