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Janet Kenny was born in New Zealand. She was a professional opera singer in the United Kingdom and sang principal roles with international casts until health motivated a move to Sydney, Australia where she was active in anti-nuclear politics and co-edited and wrote a book about the international nuclear industry: Beyond Chernobyl. She now lives in Queensland. Published poems in print and online journals include Mi Poesias, The New Formalist, Avatar, The Susquehanna Quarterly, Folly, The Shit Creek Review, The Chimaera, 14 by 14, The Raintown Review, The HyperTexts, and Iambs & Trochees. She was nominated for the Pushcart Prize and included in the international anthology The Book of Hope, and she has shared a chapbook with the American poet Jerry H. Jenkins and illustrated a book of poems by the Irish poet Jim Hayes.
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