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Publishing executive , writer

Jeanne du Nord, writer, publishing executive. Achievements include development of system of research using forensic linguistics. Named to Hall of Fame, Somerset Arts Council, 2010; recipient Citation for Continuing Excellence in Writing, Governor Maryland, 1999; grantee, Somerset Arts Council, 1995, 1997.

Background

Nord, Jeanne du was born on June 24, 1939.

Education

Bachelor, Roanoke College, 1961. Master of Arts, University Virginia.

Career

Faculty University Virginia, Wallops Island, 1964—1971. President Linden Hill Public, Maryland, since 1995. Producer Chesapeake Celtic Festival, since 1990.

Instructor Delaware Technology and Community College, Georgetown, Delaware, since 1993. Guest lecturer and special presenter, since 1971.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of system of research using forensic linguistics.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (play) Tides of Time (ArtScape Best Play, 1993), The Green Rocking Chairs (Maryland State Arts Council Best Play Award, 1999), (non-fiction) The Quest for the Grail, The Celtic Quest, 2004, Beyond Time and Place, 2005, Amazing Cat Tales, 2006, Makepeace, 2009.

Membership

Founder, producer The Chesapeake Celtic Festival Furnace Town Living History Museum, Snow Hill, Maryland. Founder Linden Hill Cultural Foundation.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Art, design, clothing designer.

Connections

Married David Arnold Buser, October 10, 2001. Children: Tanya, Natalie, Sean.

spouse:
David Arnold Buser

children:
Tanya Nord

Natalie Nord

Sean Nord