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Publications

PUBLICATIONS


My papers are also available online at at academia.edu


Poem.”They Say the Doors of Time.” October 2019  Downtown LA Life Magazine.

Personal Essay. “A Place Apart: The Sanctuary at Glen Ivy.” The Community College Moment. Fall 2018.

Multi-media Video Article. “Digital Storytelling in the Community College Classroom” Pacific View, publication of TYCA-PNW, Spring 2018

“Southern Discomfort: Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs by Sally Mann.” Critical Essay. May 2017 Community College Moment.

“That Shape-Shifting Little Beast, A Poem (After Mary Oliver).” Poem. June 20, 2016. Setting Forth Literary Journal.   http://settingforth.org/?p=6188

“The Lost Doll.”  May 2016 Community College Moment.  Includes a creative non-fiction essay and two digital collages.

“A Snowshoe Christmas.” Dec. 25, 2016. Setting Forth Literary Journal. Also at: http://mindonfire.us/2015/12/25/snowshoe-christmas/

Under the Sign of the Red Horse.” Nov. 18, 2015. Setting Forth Literary Journal.

Turning Technophobia Through Digital Storytelling.” Nov. 18, 2015. Weblog post. NMC. New Media Consortium Web site. 

Inspired By a MOOC: Digital Storytelling for Educators.”  Weblog post. NMC.New Media Consortium. 16 March 2015.

Selfies: Handprints on the Cave Wall. ” May 2015 Community College Moment.  

2014-15 “How I Became a Teacher.” Featured digital story on the Lane Community College 50th Birthday Celebration

Sept. 20, 2014 Featured Screening at the Student Film Festival for the Northwest Film School, Summer 2014:
https://vimeo.com/102237545
—. “Digital Storytelling: Power to the People!” Innovation Abstracts. Sept.17.9 2014. Includes a digital story created specifically for the article.
https://vimeo.com/102803115

—. “Down the Rabbit Hole: In Search of the Best Digital Storytelling Web Tools.” Web log post. NMC. New Media Consortium, 23 May 2014. 

—.“Harp of Water.”Short short story; magical realism. Denali Spring 2014, Originally appeared as a blog post.

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “Toward a Postmodern Definition of Digital Storytelling.” Web log post. NMC. New Media Consortium, 10 Mar. 2014.  <http://www.nmc.org/news/toward-postmodern-definition-digital-storytelling>.

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “Field Notes on An Unexpected Journey: A Digital Storytelling Case History.” Community College Moment (2014).

—. “Teaching Audience.” Pacific View: Two-Year College Association Pacific Northwest Newsletter 8.1 Winter 2014.

Jensen, Sandy Brown. ““Inexhaustible Energies of the Cosmos”: Joseph Campbell’s Heroic Ideas and Two Digital Stories of Kim Stafford.” Community College Moment (2013).

—. My digital art appears in [Enter Ghost] by Tom Vander Ven.  Wolfson Press: Indiana University South Bend. 2013.

Jensen, Sandra M. “Burden of Light: The Emissary of Divine Light Myth System as a Unifying Community Force.” Communal Studies Journal 30.2 (2010). Print.

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “Prescription Facebook: How Can Facebook Act as an Agent of Mental Health to a Community Fragmented Twenty Years Ago?” Communities Magazine 150 (2011). Web. 4 Mar. 2014. <http://www.ic.org/prescription-facebook/>.

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “The Elephant Down the Road: De Palma’s Italian Restaurant 1978.” Community College Moment (2011). Print.

CSACover
The cover the Communal Studies Journal is of the Dome at Sunrise Ranch in Colorado in a lightning storm, remarkably caught by my friend, the photographer Michael Paige.

The Way-Back Machine

Jensen, Sandra M., and Peter J. Jensen. “Writing the Seventh Text: Teaching the Oregon Literature Series in the Community College Classroom.” Oregon English Journal (1997). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Blue Ronel Running.” Cafe Irreal 13 (2005). The Cafe Irreal: International Imagination. 1 Feb. 2005. Web. 4 Mar. 2014. <http://cafeirreal.alicewhittenburg.com/jensen.htm>. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Cat As a Map of the World.” Community College Moment (2009). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “The Ceremony of Memory.” Desert Call: Contemplative Christianity and Vital Culture (2008). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Crossing the Line,” and “An Atheist Encounters a Fallen Soul”” Outpost: Writing at Billy Meadows;. Ed. Donald Witten. Joseph, Oregon: Fishtrap, 2009. Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Don’t Call Me Torny-Drawers.” Manzanita Quarterly 6.4 (2004). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Dreamcatcher.” Community College Moment (2003). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. ““Ekgmowechashala: The Tooth in the Brain.” Community College Moment (2007). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. Fern Ridge Cottonwood. 2004. Earth Tithe. Eugene, OR: LCC, 2004. Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “The Heart of the Humanist: Jennifer VonAmmon.” Oregon Humanities (2002). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Home After Dark.” Horse Crazy: Women and the Horses They Love. Ed. A. Bronwyn Llewellyn. Avon, MA: Adams, 2006. Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Home After Dark.” Pilgrimage Magazine (2005). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Lascaux in a Yellow Light.” Manzanita Quarterly 4.4 (2002). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Learning to Love the Music: An Appreciation of Walt Morey’s Prose Style.” Oregon English Journal (1996). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Luna.” PoemMemoirStory 3 (2003). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “My Name Is Mac.” Fishtrap: The River Still Flows. Joseph, Oregon: Fishtrap, 2008. Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “News from the Guerilla Poetry Front.” Eloquent Umbrella (2003). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “No Face.” Community College Moment (2005). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “One Rainy Thanksgiving in Alger, WA.” Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place. (2008). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Potlatch.” Earth’s Daughters 68 (2006). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Primer Poema.” Community College Moment (2005). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Professor Rudwick’s Magical Marvelous Time Machine: Bursting the Limits of Time: The Reconstruction of Geohistory in the Age of Revolution.” Fossil News: Journal of Avocational Paleontology (2007). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Roadkill and Wilderness:Teaching Three Writers on One Theme by William Stafford in the Collaborative Classroom.” Community College Moment (2003). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Strange and Wonderful: A Review of Wild Life by Molly Gloss.” Oregon English Journal (2002). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Thirteen Grains of Pollen.” Community College Moment 9 (2009). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Timothy Crosses Over.” Manzanita Quarterly 6.3 (2004). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Under the Sign of the Red Horse.” Horse Healers: True Stories of Courage, Hope, and the Transformative Power of the Human/Equine Bond. Ed. A. Bronwyn Llewellyn. Avon, MA: Adams, 2007. 2007. Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “When You and I Were Cedar.” Wild Goose Review (2008). Print. 

Jensen, Sandra M. “Why We Bake.” Community College Moment (2004). Print. 

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “The Elephant Down the Road: De Palma’s Italian Restaurant 1978.” Community College Moment (2011). Print. 

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “Field Notes on An Unexpected Journey: A Digital Storytelling Case History.” Community College Moment (2014). Web. 14 Mar. 2014. <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qaUT6O92imiWTFbi1iz66Lk4q9lb50BoqvR5AnQmNl0/edit>. 

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “I’ve Seen It Raining Fire in the Sky’: Sunrise Ranch, Eden Valley, Loveland, Colorado, New Year 1973.” Community College Moment (2010). Print. 

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “Prescription Facebook: How Can Facebook Act as an Agent of Mental Health to a Community Fragmented Twenty Years Ago?” Communities Magazine 150 (2011). Web. 4 Mar. 2014. <http://www.ic.org/prescription-facebook/>. 

Jensen, Sandy Brown. “Toward a Postmodern Definition of Digital Storytelling.” Web log post. NMC. New Media Consortium, 10 Mar. 2014. Web. 14 Mar. 2014. <http://www.nmc.org/news/toward-postmodern-definition-digital-storytelling>. 

Jensen, Sandy. I Saw Us in a Painting: Poems. Eugene, OR: Walking Bird, 2006. Print. 

Here is a link to my old web site with some full text stories on it Not updated since 2009.

Who I Am

My name is Sandy Brown Jensen. I'm a dreamer and a poet, a photographer, a walker, and a maker of nature videos.

I live a quiet, contemplative life immersed in the natural setting of the Willamette Valley, Oregon.

This is a personal journal blog reaching out to share my intimate vision of a beautiful world with anyone who cares to subscribe or visit and walk a way with me.

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My name is Sandy Brown Jensen. I'm a dreamer and a poet, a photographer, a walker, and a maker of nature videos.

I live a quiet, contemplative life immersed in the natural setting of the Willamette Valley, Oregon.

This is a personal journal blog reaching out to share my intimate vision of a beautiful world with anyone who cares to subscribe or visit and walk a way with me.

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