I’ve been writing poetry and adventures for teens and children since 2004. My poems and stories have been published in several domestic and international literary reviews, newspapers, magazines, and anthologies including Chicken Soup for the Child’s Soul (HCL 2007),, Bitter Oleander, and U.S. 1 Worksheets.

My chapbook—PACING THE MOON—was released by Flutter Press in 2009.

In 2009, I was a Franklin-Christoph Poetry Merit Winner and the Whidbey Student Choice Winner for June 2010.

Penumbra Publishing released THE TIDE CHANGERS, my middle grade undersea adventure, in December 2011, and it’s available here.

Prior to writing fiction, I lived in Germany and traveled extensively throughout Europe.  I trained as a classical ballet dancer, has a BFA in dance from Florida State University, and taught and choreographed for several years, including leading the liturgical dancers at Truro Anglican Church.  I am active in the SCBWI and work with local children’s reading programs.  I currently live in northern Virginia with my husband, two cats, and one pup.

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13 Responses to Backstory

  1. thinkingiswrite says:

    Nice! 🙂 ❤

    • Sandy Green says:

      Thanks for taking the time to visit!

      • thinkingiswrite says:

        Your welcome Sandy. It’s a pleasure to meet you through your blog. You have gotten plenty accomplished and I am pleased to know that. I hope to learn from you, so that one day I can become an excellent writer like you. 🙂 I wish you more success and blessings. Love, Kay Lynté ♥

      • Sandy Green says:

        You are so kind. I am always trying to improve. Best wishes on your journey, too!

  2. Thanks for swinging by my blog, Sandy. It’s always a pleasure “meeting” a fellow scribe!

  3. Sebastian says:

    Hello Sandy! I look forward to really diving into your blog. Also, thank you for following my blog at Faith1st Ministry. I hope it has and will continue to be a major blessing in your life. May God richly bless you as you continue to write and blog. Please continue with us on this journey and remember to have Faith 1st. — Sebastian

  4. sknicholls says:

    Hi Sandy! I enjoyed so much of your poetry that I could not “like” them all so I thought I should come here and tell you so. My mother was a ballerina and a dance instructor. I have met so few. I can recall her dancing in a production of Swan Lake until her wrapped toes were bleeding. It is a classical talent beyond words. You are quite accomplished!

  5. jackiemallon says:

    Beautiful pictures. Such elegance!

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