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Judyth Hill

Author's Bio

Judyth Hill, poet, author, editor, writing teacher, lives on her farm just outside San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Educated at Sarah Lawrence College; she studied with poet, Robert Bly, Deep-Ecologist, Dolores LaChapelle, and is the recipient of numerous grants. Judyth conducts poetry workshops at writing conferences internationally, is an annual Poet-in-Residence at US schools, offers writing classes online, www.judythhill.com, and classes in San Miguel de Allende. She leads WildWriting Culinary Adventures round the world: www.eat-write-travel.com. Her nine published books of poetry include Dazzling Wobble and Tzimzum. Her newest book, Love Called Me Here, is forthcoming in 2015. She is the author of the internationally acclaimed poem, Wage Peace, set to music and recorded by the Cincinnati Women’s Chorus. Judyth was described by the St. Helena Examiner as, "Energy with skin”, and by the Denver Post as, “A tigress with a pen”.

Publications and Prizes

Books:
Hardwired for Love (Pennywhistle Press, 2017), Tzimtzum (Mercury Heartlink, 2017), Dazzling Wobble (Futurecycle Press, 2014), Black Hollyhock, First Light (La Alameda Press, 2000), A Presence of Angels (Sherman Asher Publishing, 1996), Men Need Space (Sherman Asher Publishing, 1996), Altar of the Ordinary (Ya-Hoo Press, 1993), Goddess Cafe (Fish Drum, 1990)

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Listing last updated: January 27, 2015

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings?
Yes
Travels for readings?
Yes
Identifies as:
English American, Jewish
Prefers to work with:
Adults, Any, At Risk Youth, Children, Naturalists/Environmentalists, Prisoners, Teachers, Teenagers
Born in:
Red Bank, NJ
Raised in:
New York City, NY

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