Montana poet B.J. Buckley has worked in Arts-in-Schools/Communities programs throughout the west and mid-west for over 40 years. She is currently writer-in-residence at Sanford Cancer Center, Sioux Falls, SD. B.J.’s poems have appeared widely in small journals; her work has received a number of national awards. Her newest book is Corvidae, Poems of Ravens, Crows, and Magpies, Lummox Press 2014. She lives in a small farmhouse with her sweetheart, a machinist and blacksmith, two dogs, and far too many cats, on a few acres 30 miles west of Great Falls, Montana. Her other interests include gardening, cooking, birding, hiking, constructing small handmade books, playing a variety of small portable musical instruments, and messing about with paint.
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