Phyllis Green is an internationally-published author of fiction, poetry and nonfiction.
Her prize-winning long poems helped win an American Literary Magazine award for
Sensations' Coney Island edition. The Illinois native won her first writing prize at the
age of twelve. She earned her M.Ed. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Green is a former chair of the NC Speech, Language and Hearing Association's Private
Practice Committee and is a member of the N. C. Writers' Network. Her book Spinning Straw chronicles one family's struggle with their son's mental illness.
Green and her husband Ray
live in Chapel Hill. They have four grandchildren.
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