Jane Edberg was born in Windsor, England but resides in the United States on the coast of California with her husband. She is an author and an artist and holds a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, Davis with an emphasis in photography and performance art. Her artworks have been exhibited internationally. She taught photography and art as a tenured professor at Gavilan College for twenty-two years. She currently teaches writing at California State University Monterey Bay’s Osher’s Lifelong Learning Institute.
Jane serves as the arts editor and a contributing editor at The Journal of Radical Wonder. Her writing is featured in the books, Death, and its Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Beautiful Lessons: Field Notes from The Death Dialogues Project; My Dead; in the flash anthology, BAM 42 Stories; and in many journals, including MacQueens Quinterly, Cholla Needles, and Gyroscope Review. She is a Community of Writers alumna (Squaw Valley).
Jane’s author website: https://www.janeedberg.com<
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