Nebraska Authors

Joel Green

Born 1982 Lincoln, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Philadelphia, PA
Cleveland, OH

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Robber's Cave; Caves; Lincoln, Nebraska - History; Nebraska - Caves; Nebraska - History; Nebraska - Travel and Description

Education

Graduated, 2000, Lincoln High School, Lincoln, NE
Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish, Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, IA

Occupation

Associate Editor, Cleveland Cavaliers
Mentor, Lincoln Public Schools
Author

Places Worked

Cleveland Cavaliers Public Relations Department, Cleveland, OH
Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, NE

Honors

Received a 2019 Nebraska Book Award for Robber's Cave: Truths, Legends, Recollections. The book has been reprinted four times since June 2018.

Bibliography

Robber's Cave: Truths, Legends, Recollections. 2018.

In October 2018, Joel Green was the featured author of the John H. Ames Reading Series in the Heritage Room of Nebraska Authors. The program can be viewed here:

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