AQ Editor Felicia Sanzari Chernesky Publishes Children's Book

Ashley Thorne

Felicia Sanzari Chernesky, managing editor and poetry editor of the National Association of Scholars' journal Academic Questions, has published a rhyming picture book for children aged 4 to 7 titled Pick a Circle, Gather Squares: A Fall Harvest of Shapes, illustrated by Susan Swan (Albert Whitman & Company). The book is currently featured in a fall promotion at Barnes & Noble bookstores.

Ms. Chernesky is a published poet who is currently pursuing an MFA in Poetry with a focus on Versecraft at Western State Colorado University. Her next book in the series will come out in spring 2014. 

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