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Cox, Vicki 1945-

COX, Vicki 1945-


Born July 25, 1945, in Denver, CO; daughter of Hiram L. and Marie Jenkins; children: Nathan, Lizabeth. Education: Earned M.S. (education), 1986. Hobbies and other interests: Golf, watercolor, biking, travel.


Agent c/o Author Mail, Chelsea House, 2080 Cabot Blvd. West, Suite 201, Langhome, PA 19047. E-mail [email protected]


Teacher and author. Teacher in Waynesville, MO, 1998-2001; Drury University, Springfield, MO, instructor, 2001-03. Lecturer.


Missouri Writers Guild (vice president, 2001-02, president, 2003), Ozark Writers, Inc., Art Guild.


Rising Stars and Ozark Constellations, Skyward Pub. (Dallas, TX), 2001.

Diana, Princess of Wales, Chelsea House Publishers (Philadelphia, PA), 2001.

Marion Jones, Chelsea House Publishers (Philadelphia, PA), 2001.

Hosni Mubarak, Chelsea House Publishers (Philadelphia, PA), 2003.

Fidel Castro, Chelsea House Publishers (Philadelphia, PA), 2004.

Margaret Sanger, Chelsea House Publishers (Philadelphia, PA), 2004.*

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