Martina Reisz Newberry

Poet

1730 N. Gramercy Pl., #313
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Phone: 
323-776-3615

Author's Bio

My spirit is defined by my writing; it has been so since I can remember. Poetry chose me, not the other way around. Through writing, I am living as an artist which was something my mother (as so many women of her generation) wanted, was unable to do. With each line I write, I reconsider, re-examine, give thanks for the unfolding that is my life.

Publications & Prizes

Anthology:
Anthology One: Poetry 2005 (Ascent Aspirations, 2006)
Books:
What We Can't Forgive (Infinity Publishing, 2013)
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Late Night Radio (Xlibris, 2009)
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Perhaps You Could Breathe For Me (Xlibris, 2009)
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Hunger (Xlibris, 2008)
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After the Earthquake (Xlibris, 2007)
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Not Untrue and Not Unkind (Arabesques Press, 2006)
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Running Like a Woman With Her Hair on Fire (Red Hen Press, 2005)
Journals:
Amelia
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Ascent Aspirations
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Iota
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Iowa Woman
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other
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Touchstone Review
Prizes won: 

 

Awarded residencies at Yaddo Colony for the Arts, Djerassi Colony for the Arts, and at Anderson Center for Disciplinary Arts.

 

Personal Favorites

Favorite authors: 
Too many to count.
What I'm reading now: 
Field of Light and Shadow by David Young, Selected Poems by David Flynn, Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens, With Mouths Wide Open by John Caddy, Alive Together by Lisel Mueller

More Information

Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Buddhist, Feminist, Hungarian American, Jewish, Polish American
Prefers to work with: 
Adults, LGBTQ, Seniors
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Upland, CA
California
Raised in: 
Hollywood, CA
California
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Last update: Jun 06, 2019