Janice Wilson Stridick is an award-winning author and publisher. Her essays, poems, and reviews appear in Arts & Letters, Dos Passos Review, Louisville Review, and NY Arts Magazine among many others. She earned an M.A. in Visual Communication from the Annenberg School of the University of Pennsylvania, and an MFA in Writing from Vermont College, and she has taught at Villanova University, Bucks County Community College, Rutgers University, and the Graduate Publishing Program at Rosemont College. Coachella Review nominated her for a 2013 Pushcart and CALYX awarded the Lois Cranston Prize to her poem, “Homecoming.”
Her new book, Alice Steer Wilson: LIGHT, PARTICULARLY is a visual biography and representative art catalog of her mother’s work and is available widely, from bookstores, gift shops, Amazon.com and direct from the publisher. In the first year since publication, over 1,000 copies have been sold within the US, Japan and Russia. LIGHT, PARTICULARLY has received four prestigious national awards: Foreword Reviews 2013 Book of the Year Finalist (art); the Independent Book Publisher’s Association 2014 Ben Franklin Silver Award; the Eric Hoffer Book Award; the SAPPI 2014 Silver Award. She has curated Alice Steer Wilson’s oeuvre since 2001.