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Judy Halebsky

Author's Bio

Judy Halebsky's book of poems, Sky=Empty, won New Issues Prize and was a finalist for the California Book Award. In 2012, Sixteen Rivers Press published her chapbook, Space/ Gap/Interval/Distance. The MacDowell Colony, the Millay Colony, and the Japanese Ministry of Culture have supported her work. With a collective of Tokyo poets, she edits and translates the bilingual poetry journal Eki Mae. She Originally from Nova Scotia, she now lives in San Francisco and teaches at Dominican University of California.

Publications and Prizes

Sky=Empty (New Issues Press, 2010)
Space/Gap/Interval/Distance (Sixteen Rivers Press, 2012), Japanese for Daydreamers (Finishing Line Press, 2008)
Yuba Flows (Hip Pocket Press, 2007)
Eleven Eleven, Five Fingers Review, Grain Magazine, Harpur Palate, Hotel Amerika, New Delta Review, Ping Pong, Poetry Kanto, Poetry Now, Redivider, Runes: A Review of Poetry, Smartish Pace, Sow's Ear Poetry Review, The Journal, Zyzzyva
New Issues Poetry Prize, Sixteen Rivers Press Chapbook Award for Poets Under Forty

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Listing last updated: November 16, 2012

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Fluent in:
English, French, Japanese
Born in:
Halifax, Nova Scotia

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