Dr. Joan Bouza Koster is an award-winning author of writings in the fields of ethnography, education, anti-racism, history, and the arts. Her poetry has been published in The Potomac. In addition to numerous scholarly and popular magazine articles, she has written three books: Growing Artists: Teaching the Arts to Young Children, Bringing the Arts into the Elementary Classroom, and Handloom Construction for the Non-Expert. She also illustrated the Anthropologist’s Cookbook and the Peace Corp publication Fish Pond Management.
She has just finished her second novel The World Belongs to Those that Take It which focuses on abolition and the women’s movement during the Civil War era. This novel long-listed for the Mslexia award. Her next project is a novel about a mystic marriage counselor pursued by obscenity busting special agent Anthony Comstock.
Visit her other websites and blogs
http://americancivilwarvoices.wordpress.com A blog about daily life during the Civil War
http://growingartists.net A resource on teaching the arts to young children
http://stemfunf4kids.com A resource on teaching science with the arts stirred in
Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org