Patricia Lieb

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Patricia Shipp Lieb (born 1942) is a female American poet, newspaper journalist and book author who has specialized in the crime-novel genre. She presently lives in the US state of Florida.

Biography[edit]

Education[edit]

Patricial Shipp was born in Texarkana, Arkansas. Upon completion of her high school studies, she entered Kankakee Community College in Kankakee, Illinois. She later transferred to Governors State University in University Park, Illinois.

Writing career[edit]

Patricia Shipp Lieb worked for the Daily Journal in Kankakee, as a feature writer. She co-founded Lieb-Schott Publications with Carol Schott (Martino); they edited and published a literary magazine, Pteranodon, which featured poets such as William Stafford, Richard Eberhart, Jared Carter, Glenn Swetman, David Chorlton, and writers such as Patrick Smith and Borden Deal. They published books of poetry by other poets as well as compilations of their own works.

After moving to Florida, Lieb joined the news crew at the Daily Sun-Journal in Brooksville where she worked for four years as the newspaper's crime-beat reporter. She also wrote for true crime magazines for the next 10 years and later wrote Murders in the Swampland, the story of an actual murder.

Lieb last worked as a news and feature writer for the Suncoast News in New Port Richey where she won several awards from the Florida State Press Association, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs, awards from the City of Dunedin, and various awards for features and photography.

Lieb has two children; Douglas Lieb, Jr., who lives in Middleboro, Massachusetts; and Rachelle Lieb Strenge, who lives in New Port Richey, Florida.

Books published[edit]

  • Catholics and Publics (1983) ISBN 99942-3-696-2 (poems, with foreword by poet Jared Carter)
  • Captured (a chapbook of poems)
  • Listen to the Cows Bellow (poems)
  • Transparent Jeans (poems)

List of novels[edit]

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