Sherry O’Keefe

Sherry O’Keefe, a descendent of one of the first Montana pioneers, a mother of two, sister to four, cousin to dozens, credits/blames her Irish upbringing for her story-telling ways and her collection of pocket rocks.  Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Tipton Poetry Journal, The Sow’s Ear Review, Fifth Wednesday Journal, Two Review, Soundzine, and Main Street Rag.  A short story was a finalist with Glimmer Train. Her chapbook, Making Good Use of August, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press. She likes peanut butter/dill pickle sandwiches. You may contact her for the recipe: redmittengirl (at) yahoo (dot) com.