I'm grateful to the following organizations
for financial and creative support.
San Francisco Poet Laureate Emeritus,
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Photo by Jeffery T. Wilcox
Nicole served as senior editor at Whole Earth magazine and principal editor with the Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS) program at University of California, Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science. She is the editor and co-writer of a groundbreaking GEMS unit on evolution, Life through Time, and coauthor of the book Spark Your Child's Success in Math and Science, winner of the Parenting Media Association Award. She founded the role of managing editor of student readers for Seeds of Science/Roots of Reading®, a National Science Foundation–funded program on science and literacy, and has contributed to five books from the International League of Conservation Photographers.
Nicole's poems and prose have appeared in Written River, Folio, Emrys Journal, Poecology, The Fourth River, and other publications. She was a finalist for the Disquiet Literary Award, and inaugural winner of the Bill Holm Witness Poetry Prize from Writers Rising Up.
Nicole is now a freelance editor and writer in the Bay Area, where she lives with her husband, ecologist Jeff Wilcox.