Karen Glenn is a poet and freelance writer in Colorado. She has been the editor of several classroom literary magazines for Scholastic, the educational publisher, as well as the writer for Parade Magazine’s newspaper-in-education program and the judge of its annual nationwide teen poetry contest. She has worked as a poet-in-the-schools and holds a master’s degree in library science. Her articles have appeared in magazines from McCall’s and Seventeen to Living Fit. Her poems have been published in many journals including Poetry Northwest, Cream City Review, Seattle Review, and Southern Humanities Review. North American Review nominated her for a Pushcart Prize, and she has read her poetry on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Articles By KAREN GLENN
- “Never Poke Your Uncle With a Fork”
Jack Prelutsky, the nation's first Children's Poet Laureate.
- Robert Frost in the Petri Dish
Using his poems to teach global warming, astronomy, botany, and just about everything else in middle school science class.
- Ten Poems to Get You Through Science Class This Year
Stars and trees and birds, oh my!