Georgia Jones is an author, artist, instructor, and advocate for peace and women’s rights.
Georgia Jones' published work includes the novel In Line at the Lost and Found, hernewest novel, Isabelle’s Appetite and the poetry titles: Women on a Wire, (editor and contributor), A Garden of Weedin’ and Memorable Seasons. She has authored a book on writing, Write What You Know, based on writing workshops she has developed and led since 1995. Write What You Know was described as "a book that can be used and enjoyed by the new writer looking for guidance, or is a book for the seasoned pro in search of a fresh outlook.” Her poetry has been compared to that of Alanis Morrisette, and to Hilda Doolittle and Canto.
In 1992 two of Jones’ plays, A Stitch in Time and The Usual Suspects, were produced for radio through Shoestring Radio Theatre, distributed nationally to NPR affiliates through Radio Works and Audio Services for the Blind. Prior to that production, A Stitch in Time and a musical, The Porters, which she wrote with composer, Lewis MacAllister were produced in 1978.
She is working on a new book of poetry about the gold rush and recently completed an historical novel.
Fiction award (placed), National Association of Writers novel awards
Founded LadybugPress in 1995 (first publication 1996)
Keynote speaker, Peace conference Israel 1998
Georgia Jones is an expert in the field of creativity, encouraging, discovering and teaching. Watch for her forthcoming book: The Key at the End of the String, on this topic.
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