Trish Lindsey Jaggers’ poems appear or are forthcoming in Clackamas Literary Review, Red Rock Review, Earth’s Daughters, WordWrights! Magazine, The Tobacco Anthology, Zephyrus, Red River Review, and in the books Blue Moon Rising: Kentucky Women in Transition, edited by Jennie L. Brown (Turner Publishing, 2001), and Writing Who We Are: Poems by Kentucky Feminists by Elizabeth Oakes and Jane Olmsted (WKU, 1999). She was an editor for Zephyrus, Western Kentucky University’s annual literary publication, for three years. She recently won the WKU Jim Wayne Miller Poetry Award for 2002. She belongs to the International Women’s Writing Guild. Currently, she assists the director of the Women’s Studies Program at Western Kentucky University. She’s married with two children — a son, Scott and a daughter, Bridgette.