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Zachary Michael Jack

Biography

Zachary Michael Jack

Zachary Michael Jack has published more than 20 award-winning books in a variety of genres, including fiction, poetry, literary journalism, creative nonfiction and personal essay. Zachary's fiction has earned national runner-up honors in the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award; his poetry has been awarded the Prentice Hall Prize, and his nonfiction has received nominations for the Pushcart (Best of the Small Presses) Prize, the Theodore Saloutos Award, the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award, the Herbert Warren Wind Award and the Shambaugh Award.

Zachary Michael Jack

Books by Zachary Michael Jack

by Zachary Michael Jack - Biography, Women’s Issues, Young Adult 10+

March of the Suffragettes tells the forgotten, real-life story of “General” Rosalie Gardiner Jones, who in the waning days of 1912 mustered and marched an all-women army nearly 175 miles to help win support for votes for women. General Jones, along with her good friends and accomplices “Colonel” Ida Craft, “Surgeon General” Lavinia Dock and “War Correspondent” Jessie Hardy Stubbs, led marchers across New York state for their pilgrims’ cause, encountering much danger and opposition.