Caroline LeBlanc, former Army Nurse and civilian nurse psychotherapist, has had her poetry and essays published in the US and abroad. In 2010, Oiseau Press published Smokey Ink and a Touch of Honeysuckle, her chapbook about life as an Army wife, and the descendent of 17th Century Acadian/French Canadian settlers in North America. She regularly contributes to Poetry Matters, a group book review and poet interview blog. As Writer in Residence at the National Military Family Museum, she has written the script for the museum’s traveling exhibit; co-produced and created the script for Telling Albuquerque and 4 Voices performances, facilitated a NM Humanities Council book discussion group for veterans and family members, and hosted the Women Veterans Writing Salon. She is a founding member of the Apronistas Collective of women artists who regularly mount community shows concerning women’s and ecological issues.