Kathy Stemke has a passion for writing, the arts and all things creative. She has a bachelor of science degree from Southern Connecticut State University and Covenant Life Seminary, as well as graduate coursework from New York Institute of Technology and Columbia University. Hanging her hat in the North Georgia mountains she has been a dancer, choreographer, teacher, tutor, writer and an antiques dealer for many years. 

As resident choreographer of a community theater group and while working at The Masters Academy of Fine Arts she enjoyed combining photographic slides with theater and dance productions.     Kathy's first two children's books, "Trouble on Earth Day," and "Sh, Sh, Sh, Will the baby Sleep?" are slated to come out in 2010. "Moving Through all Seven Days" is available on Lulu.

As a freelance writer she has published several articles.  She is a contributing editor for The National Writing for Children Center.  Kathy recently joined DKV Writing 4 U as a ghostwriter and editor.

Kathy loves to write about dance and the arts, personal finance, family relationships, education, biographical figures, children's picture books, literature, antiques, and biological science.  Her poetry book, "Visual Dance Poetry" is almost ready for the presses.

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