Jane C. Elkin
JANE C. ELKIN, a graduate of Bates College and Southern Connecticut State University, is the founder and facilitator of The Broadneck Writers’ Workshop, as well as a theater critic and essayist for the Bay Weekly. Her poetry, fiction and non-fiction have appeared in such journals as Kansas City Voices, Empirical, Kestrel, Off the Coast, Ducts, and the Harvard Bookstore anthology Paige Leaves: Essays Inspired by New England, under the pen name J.C. Elkin. She has won awards with the Maryland Writers’ Association, Poetry Matters, and the Poetry Society of New Hampshire. A self-proclaimed Renaissance woman, she works as a language teacher, singer, and handwriting analyst. Pictured with Jane is Cache-Cache, resident mascot of BWW.
On the list of things that I hate most of all
the one I hate most is a day at the mall...read
Jane's poem Songs of Praise and Incense is included in Bellow Literary Journal's Issue 2, which is available for purchase here.
Jane's short story, Mr. Speaker appears in Kansas City Voice 10th Anniversary issue, which is available for purchase here.
Jane's short story Hobbled by Thrift, appears in Paige Leaves: Essays Inspired by New England, which is available for purchase here.