Award-winning author Jane (Janie) Little Botkin served as a public-school teacher for thirty years before turning to historical investigation and writing. In 2008 the Texas state legislature honored her career in education by formal resolution. Jane continues to contribute to local historic preservation in the Texas Hill Country and New Mexico’s White Mountain Wilderness. A member of the Western Writers of America since 2017, Jane has judged entries for the WWA's prestigious Spur Award and reviewed new releases. A double Spur-Award-winner herself, Jane's first book Frank Little and the IWW : The Blood That Stained an American Family has also won the Caroline Bancroft History Prize from the Western History and Genealogy Department of the Denver Public Library, the Best Historical Nonfiction Award from the Texas Association of Authors, and was a finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award, High Plains Book Award, and Foreword Reviews. Her second book, The Girl Who Dared to Defy: Jane Street and the Rebel Maids of Denver is a 2021 release.
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