Nancy Owens Barnes

Biography

Award-winning author and freelance writer Nancy Owens Barnes is the author of three books. Her first book, a biographical travel memoir titled South to Alaska, was published as a trade paperback in October 2007, with a second edition published in 2009.

Barnes' writing has appeared in a variety of magazines and literary journals such as We Alaskans, Idaho Magazine, Northern Reach Magazine, and in a number of literary journals such as The Ledge, The Lyric, and Snowy Egret, the oldest independent journal of nature writing in the United States.

In 2008 she received the Zola Award when her poetry won first place the Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest. Barnes received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Vermont College of Norwich University where she studied creative writing.

After spending her childhood and young adult years in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas, Barnes left for Alaska in 1973 where she lived more than 25 years before moving to northern Idaho where she now resides.

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Books

Rescued: Relocating, Restoring and Reviving the Pretty Lady: A Photo Essay
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Price: Free! Words: 2,140. Language: English. Published: February 12, 2015. Category: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Boating and sailing
This short photo essay is not just about renovating a boat, but about reviving a family treasure. It is about maintaining one man's legacy that began in the dusty heart of Oklahoma in 1926. It is about an old Alaska boat, and how a new Idaho crew brought her back to life.

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