Judy Swann is the orphaned daughter of decent Midwestern people, who was once offered four jobs on the same day. Another time she worked 109 hours in a single week, but motherhood changed all that. She is a poet and essayist who publishes fairly frequently, both in print and online. In 2016, she edited a book of Nora Hall’s letters, We Are All Well, that she sometimes turns to for inspiration.
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