Ginny Hoyle’s poetry has appeared in MARGIE, Copper Nickel, Wazee Journal, Pilgrimage, Tygerburning and other journals. She works with artist Judy Anderson to create freeform books and installations that meld language and art.
She spent most of her career creating brochures, websites and other marketing tools for a wide range of clients, partnering with Asher Design and other graphic design firms. Earlier, she was staff writer for the International Reading Association, spent several years at Denver’s Channel 9 and three years in Louisiana that yielded two good things—newspaper experience and the birth of her daughter (also a writer). At Penn State (BS, Journalism and Consumer Services) she edited the college monthly and did an internship with Scholastic Magazines in NYC.
She lives in Denver where she volunteers at Plains Conservation Center and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (Earth Sciences Collections) and leads a haiku workshop offered through Denver’s Academy for Lifelong Learning.