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KaCee Green

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>KaCee Green always had a wild imagination.<span>&nbsp; </span>As a child she discovered that putting pen to paper, the elaborate stories she made up could be shared with the world.<span>&nbsp; </span>After entering a high school essay contest for a coveted spot in the Nashville Minority Journalism Workshop her passion for writing opened up a wealth of opportunities.<span>&nbsp; </span>Her work appeared frequently in <i>The Tennessean</i> newspaper at the age of seventeen.<span>&nbsp; </span></span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span>&nbsp;</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span>KaCee went on to receive more than a dozen national and regional writing awards in less than two years and r</span><span>eceived several awards, certificates, and accolades for published writing from <i>The Tennessean</i>, 92.1 WQQK-FM, Leadership Nashville, the <i>National Library of Poetry</i>, Clark Atlanta University, Western Kentucky University, and Middle Tennessee State University School of Mass Communication.<span>&nbsp; </span><span></span></span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span>She was awarded Most Outstanding Writer by the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund Annual Writer&rsquo;s Competition.</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span><br /> A graduate of Clark Atlanta University, KaCee's many talents have taken her career to a variety of places. She's been a freelance copywriter, a public relations coordinator, and a development specialist. <span>&nbsp;</span>In 1996 her creative talents lead her to the non-profit world where she has served as a development researcher, grant writer, and fundraising consultant for Vanderbilt University, Meharry Medical College, Georgia Tech and a variety of charities. <br /> <br /> </span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span>KaCee also produced and hosted a weekly spoken word event, &quot;Eargasms&quot;, in Nashville in the late 1990s. The show ran for two years, and drew poets from all over the country. <span>&nbsp;</span>Her articles have appeared in <i>Atlanta</i><i> Tribune: The Magazine, The Tennessean, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Crossroads News, </i>and<i> divinecaroline.com</i>.<span>&nbsp; </span>She is also the author of a new &lsquo;zine, <i>Hot Chocolate</i>, a blog<i> (<span><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.raisingisaiah.blogspot.com/"><span>the</span></a>kaceechronicles.com</span>) </i>and editor of two children&rsquo;s books <i>Howard Be Thy Name</i> and <i>The Magic Lunchbox</i>.<span>&nbsp; </span></span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span><br /> She recently completed a screenplay adaptation of the novel <i>Secret Lives of the Wives</i> (SLOW) by former NFL player Corey Harris.<span>&nbsp; </span>She is currently writing her first novel, THE CALICO WOMEN.<span>&nbsp; </span>Ms. Green lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her son. </span></p>