Nancy Lubarsky has been an educator for over 35 years in various roles as teacher, curriculum supervisor, principal, adjunct professor, and currently school superintendent in Mountainside, New Jersey. She holds a Doctorate in English Education from Rutgers. She has published articles in several academic journals, frequently on the subject of teaching poetry. In 2006, the English Journal called Nancy’s 2002 article, “Poetry as a Lens: Alternate Ways of Seeing the Novel,” one of 10 watershed articles written by practicing teachers (1912-2005) that “deserve to be reread and restudied in the present.” Nancy received honorable mention in the 2014 and 2016 Allen Ginsberg Poetry Awards, and Editor’s Choice in 2017. She has also been nominated twice for the Pushcart prize. Her book Tattoos was published by Finishing Line Press.
Nancy has been published in various journals, including Edison Literary Review, Lips, Poetry Nook, Poetica, Tiferet, Exit 13, Stillwater Review, Impact: An Anthology of Short Memoirs, Howl of Sorrow Anthology, Paterson Literary Review, Poetry Nook, Great Falls/Passaic River Anthology, and US1 Worksheets. She takes inspiration and support from her membership in the Westfield Poetry Workshop group. She writes from Cranford, New Jersey where she resides with her husband, an occasional son or two, and a dog named Penny.
Paperback: 94 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (April 27, 2017)