Karen Fox has been jotting down poems and bits of verse for more than thirty years. It started as therapy when she condensed her hope, fear, anger, and joy into images shared through words.
At... More > first she wrote only for herself. Later, she helped start the Fulton Writers Group and worked with the Fulton Art League to establish a long running project that paired works by local writers and artists in an annual Artistic Conspiracy Exhibit. She became known statewide in 1987 when her poem Houseguest was published in the First Anthology of Missouri Women Writers. Her work appeared in several other anthologies, including Road Kill Stew and Bridges. Recently, she has been featured in Poetry Breakfast.< Less