Nebraska Authors

Ted Florea

Born 1954 Broken Bow, NE (USA)

Native of the Nebraska Sandhills.

Places Lived

Ansley, NE
Sargent, NE
Sumner, NE
North Loup, NE
Campbell, NE
Lincoln, NE
Omaha, NE
Kearney, NE
Odessa, NE
Curtis, NE
Wauneta, NE
North Platte, NE
Chicago, IL

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Poetry

Keywords

Poetry; Short Stories

Education

Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and English, University of Nebraska-Kearney, Kearney, NE
Master of Arts Degree in History, University of Nebraska-Kearney, Kearney, NE
Continuing Education at Mid-Plains Community College in Accounting

Occupation

Baker, Kearney, NE
English and Speech Teacher, Curtis, NE
Farmer, Wauneta, NE
Internal Revenue Service Agent, North Platte, NE

Places Worked

Internal Revenue Service, North Platte, NE

Bibliography

Nebraska Poet's Calendar, 1998

Poems represented in:
Plainsongs
Whole Notes
Platte Valley Review
Nebraskaland
Nebraska English Journal
Midwest Review

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