L. Glen Enloe
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L. Glen Enloe

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Glen is a native of historic Independence, Missouri, (the Queen City of the Trails) with deep family roots in rural central Missouri. Having at one time lived in a Civil War era home as a child, and raising his own livestock, he attributes his love of the West to his father's rural background and part-time edge-of-town farming, as well as growing up with a love of the silver screen cowboys. He is a former rural real estate advertising writer with a bachelor of science degree in commercial art plus post-graduate work in creative writing. He has authored five books of cowboy poetry, two books of free verse and an old west non-fiction book. He does leather tooling, and has been a guest columnist for the Kansas City Star. He's also hung at the Nelson Art Gallery in Kansas City (his poem)--as well as appearing in American Cowboy Magazine. He's a member of the Missouri Cowboy Poet's Association, and has presented poems at the National Cowboy Poetry Rodeo, Echoes of the Trails and other venues as well as receiving nominations for a Pushcart Prize and from the Academy of Western Artists.
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