About the Author
Gail Wilson Kenna has taught in university and college programs in Germany, Malaysia, Venezuela, and Colombia. In the United States, she taught for Chapman College, National University, and American University in D.C. The wife of a retired Air Force colonel, the mother of two daughters and two grandchildren, the author of four books, Gail now resides in the Northern Neck of Virginia on a creek of the Chesapeake Bay.
From 2005 to 2016, she taught literature and writing courses for an adult institute of the Rappahannock Community College. The recipient of many writing awards, she won the 2012 Donald Axinn Fiction Scholarship to the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. In 2017, after winning five awards in the 25th Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition in San Francisco, Gail was asked to be the Judge/Sponsor for Creative Nonfiction, replacing a judge who held the position for nine years. Currently she is revising her fifth book, a novel.