Sandy Vrooman has been writing for a long time. Her first published
work was in the National Anthology of High School Poetry. Then she
won a hair dryer in the Woman's Day Beautiful Words Contest. After a
hiatus including college, marriage(s) and a child, she found her voice
again. She has short stories and poems published in Doorknobs and
Bodypaint, Riverbabble, Canadian Zen Haiku, Juice, Autumn Leaves,
Dances with words, 40 Plus, Poets Against the War, Moonset, World
Haiku Review, and Atlas Poetica.
She is currently teaching art to kids through a city funded enrichment
program and working on her book (isn't everyone?) She also writes as
Kitsune Miko, a heian period Japanese courtesan, and Krystall Knobbs a
wanna be Las Vegas show girl.