A current special editor and board member for 4RV Publishing,  Jacque Graham has written poetry, essays, and short stories since her early high school days.
 
      
Retiring after teaching high school English, Speech, Drama, Debate, Mock Trial, and Student Congress, she was one of eight poets who contributed to an anthology of poetry, Walking the Earth: Life’s Perspectives in Poetry.  She is currently working on her first book, which is the story of her husband’s great aunt, the first Indian woman doctor in Indian Territory. Jacque enjoys using her drama experience to present first person monologues about the experiences of Bell Cobb in the late 1800’s through the 1930’s.

        Jacque is a charter member and Historian of Pen and Keyboard Writers of Edmond, OK, and an active member of Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc. (OWFI).
 
        As well as a regular substitute teacher in her local school system, Jacque is also involved in genealogy and researching the wonderful stories she finds in her family history.  She is a member of Pioneer Genealogical Society in Kay County Oklahoma.

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