Nebraska Authors

Connie Backus-Yoder

Born 1944 West Point, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Wisner, NE
Wayne, NE
Lincoln, NE
California

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Music and Audio
  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry

Keywords

Healing; Self Help; Fantasy; Poetry; Fiction; Music (Choral, Solo, and Instrumental); Short Stories

Education

Wayne State College (Wayne, NE), 1962
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, B.A. (Anthropology, Religion), 1967

Occupation

Organist
Secretary
Hearing reporter
Seamstress

Honors

Gold Key National Honor Society (Wayne State College)
President of student chapter A.G.O. (University of Nebraska-Lincoln
P.T.A. President (1975)

Bibliography

Land of Fair Rainbow: A Fantasy in Progress. 1996.
Musings of an Evolving Soul. 1997.
Depression.
40 Flowers for Grief. (weekly journal)
Liberation Theology.
Literan for the Last Days: A liturgy for the Revelation of the Age to Come.
The Wilderness. (spiritual growth journal)
The Life of Jesus as Seen Through His Mother Mary's Eyes. 2002. (Music CD)

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