Jeanette Beebe is an Iowa-born, Princeton, NJ-based poet and journalist. As a freelance reporter/producer, she frequently covers arts and science stories for WHYY-FM/Newsworks.org (NPR, Philadelphia) and the Princeton Alumni Weekly. She has also reported for The Tab, Planet Princeton, and the Princeton Echo. Previously, Jeanette founded and directed Moving ForWords Productions, a spoken word arts collective. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in the Crab Creek Review, Nat Brut, Side B Magazine, Imagine Magazine (Johns Hopkins CTY), and Ariel XXIII (Ariel Poetry Contest, Triton College). Her poem “Adopted” won first prize in the Iowa Poetry Association’s Lyrical Iowa competition. Jeanette holds an A.B. from Princeton, and she's currently an M.A. in Journalism student in NYU's Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program (SHERP). NJ Transit is her frenemy.