Judith Roney


4000 Central Florida Blvd
Orlando, FL 32816

Author's Bio

Judith Roney has created and taught writing workshops for adults challenged by mental illness in conjunction with the University of Central Florida’s Literary Arts Partnership. Her fiction, essays, and poetry have appeared in numerous publications. Her poetry collection, “According to the Gospel of Haunted Women” received the 2015 Pioneer Prize, and a memoir piece, “My Nickname was Frankenstein,” is nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She confesses to an obsession with the archaic and misunderstood, dead relatives, and collects vintage religious artifacts and creepy dolls. Currently she teaches poetry at The University of Central Florida, and is an assistant poetry editor for The Florida Review.

Publications & Prizes

According to the Gospel of Haunted Women (ELJ Publications, 2015)
Prizes won: 

The Pioneer Prize, The Prism Review Prize

Journals: It Was Written: An Anthology of Poetry Minor Arcana Press, Prism Review, Pomeleon: A Journal of Poetry, The Disobedience Issue, Blinders Journal, Hartskill Review, A Narrow Fellow: Journal of Poetry, Dark Matter Journal,
Mythic Delirium, Scissors & Spackle, Bones III, JWK Publications, *82 Review, Steam Ticket: A Third Coast Review, Jet Fuel Review, Foothill: A Journal of Poetry, Zaum, The Cypress Dome

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Celtic American
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Chicago, IL
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Last update: Oct 23, 2015