Nancy Jean Hill

is a grandmother from Stratham, New Hampshire.  She is an active participant in the Seacoast poetry community and the author of a chapbook, Beryllium Diary (Pudding House, 2007) that depicts the farreaching and personal effects of industrial disease. Her poems have also appeared in several literary journals and anthologies including Slipstream; Calyx, A Journal of Art and Literature by Women; Compass Rose; Phoebe; Notes; and Omphalos.