Judith Werner

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Author's Bio

I consider myself a "semi-formalist," writing in forms but not exclusively. I live in the Bronx in New York. I have worked as the Grants and Gifts Manager for Habitat for Humanity-New York City and taught a poetry workshop at Caring Community. I am retired and do editorial freelance work. I continue to have poems published in many literary magazines and several anthologies, and have a collection of work on the online formal poetry site at www.hypertexts.com. My chapbook What Moves the Sun is forthcoming from White Violet Press.

Publications and Prizes

A Fierce Brightness
(Calyx Books, 2002)
, Sixteen Voices
(Mariposa Press, 1994)
Apostrophe, Asheville Poetry Review, Blue Unicorn, Bridges, Calyx, Chautauqua Literary Journal, Classical Outlook, Comstock Review, Eclectic Literary Forum, Medicinal Purposes, Mid-American Poetry Review, Neovictorian, Rattapallax, Rattle, Slant: A Journal of Poetry, South Dakota Review, Sow's Ear Poetry Review, Sulphur River Literary Review, The Lyric, Yankee Magazine
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I have won in the past the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize, The Academy of American Poets Prize, and a Breadloaf Writer’s Conference Fellowship, and nomination for the Pushcart prize. For The Lyric, I have won Best of Issue Prize, Honorable Mentions, the Ronald J. Kemski Prize, and served as judge in another issue. I was awarded a grant from AE Ventures Foundation in 2015.

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Caucasian, Jewish
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New York
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Washington, DC
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Last updated: Nov 05, 2016