Judith Cody

Publications and Prizes

Books: 
Eight Frames Eight
(Xlibris, 2002)
, Fightin' Words
(Heyday Books, 2014)
, Vivian Fine: A Bio-Bibliography
(Greenwood Press, 2002)
, Woman Magic
(Kikimora Publishing, 1977)
Anthologies: 
Anthology of Monterey Bay Poets
(Chatoyant, 2004)
, Atlanic Monthly Anthology
(Atlantic Monthly Press, 1973)
, Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry
(Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, 2007)
, Oakland Out Loud Anthology
(Jukebox Press, 2007)
, Poetry Project Four
(Cambric Press, 1985)
, Words Upon the Water
(Jukebox Press, 2006)
Journals: 
Amelia, Androgyne, Arabesques Press, Bathyspheric Review, Binnacle, Brussels Sprout, Caduceus, Carquinez Poetry Review, Chaffin Journal, Cicada, Confluence, Cumberland Poetry Review, Distillery, Eureka Literary Magazine, Foothill Sentinal, Foreground, Fox Cry Review, Fugue, Ginosko Literary Journal, Haiku Headlines, Iodine, Language and Culture.net, Limestone, Lost & Found Times, Louisville Review, Lutheran Digest, The Madison Review, The New York Quarterly, Nimrod, Now Bulletin, Palo Alto Times, Phantasmagoria, Phoebe, Poem, Poet Lore, poetshaven.com, Primavera, Quiddity International Literary Journal, Rattlesnake Review, Rio Grande Review, Riversedge, Sequoia Review, Ship of Fools, Soundings East, South Carolina Review, Stand, Stonecloud, Texas Review, The Griffin, Westview, Xavier Review
Performances: 
Anna's Jazz Cafe
(2006)
, Capitola Book Shop, CA
(2005)
, Chautaugua Meeting Hall, CA
(2005)
, Pacific Grove Art Center, CA
(2005)
, Palo Alto Cultural Center, CA
(1986)
, San Francisco National Wildlife Refuge
(1986)
, Southern California Writer's Conference
(2002)
, The Attic, CA
(2005)
, University of California, Berkeley
(1996)
Prizes Won: 
Cody's poem in English with Spanish translation, together with its complete historical archives, was inducted into the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution, USA. The National League of American Pen Woman awarded Honorable Mentions to three poems in national competitions. The Pablo Neruda Prize in Poetry, from Nimrod International Journal, recognized three poems from the manuscript, The Rumor, as quarter finalists. The title poem from the manuscript, The Rumor, was awarded "Conference Find" (the top award)at the Southern California Writers Conference. A poem won first prize in Amelia Magazine's national poetry contest. A poem won third prize Atlantic Monthly national poetry contest. Three poems won honorable mentions Emily Dickinson Poetry Award.

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
Verses and Versions by Vladimir Nobokov

More Information

Listed as: 
Poet
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Born in: 
United States
Raised in: 
United States
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Last updated: Aug 09, 2014