Jennifer Frankum, a retired teacher, taught secondary school in Port Elgin, Ontario, for twenty-five years. Her poetry has previously appeared in such journals as Prism and The York Pioneer, and in three collections from The Brucedale Press: Strong in My Skin, Dance More Often and Into the Wilderness
Inspired by her daughter Natasha, Jennifer’s first book for children – Now That You are Two is available from The Brucedale Press
Jennifer lives with her husband, two daughters, and two cats in a home with hundreds of books and much art.
Jennifer is the poetry editor of The Leaf.