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Janet Goldberg Marks

Janet Goldberg Marks, poet, writer. Recipient 1st prize essay award Harvest, University Houston, 1966, Senior award Rosenberg Award for Poems on the Jewish Experience, 1992, Rosenberg Commendation award, 1993, Runner-up award Frances Shaw Fellowship for Older Women Writers, 1994.

Background

  • Marks, Janet Goldberg was born on October 30, 1918.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in English cum laude, University Houston, 1972. Master of Arts in Creative Writing and English, San Francisco State University, 1975.

    Career

    • Instructor English, Paine College, Augusta, Georgia, 1975-1976. Lecturer English, University Houston, 1976-1978. Instructor English Houston Community College, 1978.

      Writer, editor Rice Communications, Ltd., Kentfield, California, 1979. Lecturer English University San Francisco, 1980. Instructor English as Second Language, San Francisco Community College District, 1980-1982.

      Freelance writer, 1983—2000. Proctor John Adams Community College Center, San Francisco, 1991—1992.

    Works

    • Contributor works to Cardinal, Border, Bitterroot, South and West, Latitudes, New England Review, Forum, Mediphors, Footsteps, Mississippi Review, Transfer, Travois, An Anthology of Contemporary Texas Poetry, Songs of Our Voices, Poets on Parnassus Anthology, Bittersweet Legacy: Creative Responses to the Holocaust, others.

    Connections

    • Children: Leonard Stephen, Dianne Marks Bettag, Lisa Marian.
    • children: Leonard Stephen Marks
    • Dianne Marks Bettag Marks
    • Lisa Marian Marks
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    Born October 30, 1918
    • 1972
      University Houston
    • 1975
      San Francisco State University
    • 1975 - 1976
      Instructor, English
      Augusta, Georgia, United States
    • 1976 - 1978
      lecturer, English
    • 1978
      instructor, English Houston Community College
    • 1979
      writer
      Kentfield, California, United States
    • 1980
      lecturer, English University San Francisco
    • 1980 - 1982
      instructor, English as Second Language