Ruth Nott is 65, a native Floridian, born in the Orlando area, who has
found poetry to be a valued part of her life. Her poetry reflects her
faith and values and a deep love for God and family.
In addition to her poetry, Ruth keeps busy in retirement with her
friends in the “Mad Hatters” and “Springhouse” quilt guilds, is a
member of the Suwannee River Poets of Chiefland, FL, and is active in
the First Christian Church of Chiefland, FL.
Her work has been published in various anthologies of the International Library of Poetry, small press magazines, Poetry Canada magazine, The Quilter magazine, The Joy of Living Poetry Collection by Hazel Street Publications, Sea Oats Review a magazine by the Panama City Writer’s Assoc., Mahogany and Molasses, Verse-a-tility (chapbook of the Chiefland Poetry Group), Anthology Twenty-Four of the Florida State Poets Assoc., Inc., Of Poets and Poetry (newsletter of the Florida State Poets Assoc., Inc.), The Easterner (a publication of State Farm Insurance Company), Family Matters (an anthology by Ruth’s family), various other newsletters, and several poetry websites,
blogs, and groups.
Ruth has self-published four books of poetry which include A Pure and Simple Faith, Crazy Patch, Where Memory Lingers, Haiku for Lovers and Garden of Faith.