Juanita J. Martin is an American poet. She was the first Poet laureate of Fairfield, California, serving from 2010 to 2012.During her tenure she judged poetry competitions, composed and performed poems for events, and taught poetry writing to senior citizens. She trained with California Poets in the Schools in 2007, taught poetry at the Arts & Ethics Academy in Santa Rosa, California,  and hosted an open mic at Barnes & Noble in Fairfield from 2001 to 2003. Her poetry has appeared in Blue Collar Review, Soma Literary Review, and Rattlesnake Review.
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