J. L. NASH
J. L. Nash’s artistry is with words. Born in England (1969) but was raised in Africa, her first writing job was at 15, for the community magazine ‘Cultures’. After working in Europe, the Pacific Islands, Africa and Australia as a teacher and University Professor in Education, she now works in Clinical Hypnotherapy, Forensic Investigative Hypnosis and is an internationally accredited trainer in Neuro Linguistic Programming. She publishes regularly, originally poetry in 2000, and her work has since appeared in the Richmond Review (USA, 2001), the Marshall Islands Literary Review (2003), Zygote in My Coffee (2005), Paranoia (2006) and Lingering Whispers (2010).