Nicole Taylor

Nicole Taylor lives in Eugene, where she attends a poetry critique group and literary guild events. She hopes for more chapbooks and a nicely bound poetry book soon. In April 2004, Nicole won an Honorable Mention for a haiku and a second place for a rhyming poem in a book-store contest in Salem, Oregon. One of Nicole's poems was performed in dance, and in spring 2007 she was published in Yes Poetry by the Silverton Poetry Association.

Her work has been accepted to or appeared in a number of journals online and in print, including: A Handful of Stones, A Word with You Press, 4 and 20 Journal, Abraham Lincoln Magazine, Arabian Horse World, Asphodel Madness, Boneshaker: A Bicycling Almanac, Camel Saloon, Cirque Journal, Elephant Journal, Hyperplexia, Just Another Art Movement, Ken Again, Kerouac's Dog, Oregon Vagabond Newspaper, Outward Link, Nefarous Ballerina, Pemmican Press, Pigeon Bike, Red Fez, The Scrambler, Visual Organisms.

Nicole is also a hiker, an artist, a volunteer, and a dancer, formerly of the group DanceAbility. Find her online at: and


Jerry's Dance


Thick Snow. Or Climbing, Waking and Walking