Haiku and Poetry Awards:
Dragonfly: A Quarterly of Haiku Highlights
Spring 1984, first prize, “the hazy moon” contest
Spring 1987, third prize, “wild winter”
Fall 1989, winner of “Capping Lines contest”
Red Pagoda Winter 1989, “Haiku of the Issue”
100 Haiku Poets, 1989 “no shellfishing” published
Jean’s Journal Jan. 1983, Voted best poem of issue
Postcard Poetry Spring 2010, first prize – Postcard poetry to US troops competition, Chester, PA, NLAPW
National League of American Pen Women April 2011, biennial Competition, first prize in Anna Goggs Memorial contest for “Winter Night’
Haiku Society of America “Haiku Wall” June 2011, “In Spring puddles” and “Vermont winter” published at the quarterly National Haiku Society of America meeting, Bend, OR.
- Breadloaf Writers Conference, contributor.
- Massachusetts Young Mother of the Year, 1974.
- Semi-finalist in the International Library of Photography, 2000 Nature cateogory, for Amber.