Judy Katz-Levine Guest Poet



Bio: Judy Katz-Levine is the author of two full-length collections of poetry, "Ocarina" (Tarsier/SARU 2006), and "When The Arms Of Our Dreams Embrace" (SARU 1991).  Her most recent chapbook is "When Performers Swim, The Dice Are Cast" (Ahadada, 2009).  Other chapbooks include "The Umpire, And Other Masks" (Five Trees Press- still available to collectors), "Carpenter", "Tending", and "Speaking With Deaf-Blind Children."  Cervena Barva Press will publish her new collection of poetry, "There Are Those Of Us Who Are Close By."  Recent work has appeared in "Salamander", "Ibbetson Street", "Springhouse Journal", "Gravel", "Kritya" (India), "Allegro Poetry" (UK), "First Literary Review-East", "Stanzaic Stylings", "Ygdrasil", and "Muddy River Poetry Review."  

Judy Katz-Levine is also a jazz flutist who performs occasionally and writes jazz tunes and Jewish spiritual melodies.  Her work in musical improvisation informs her poetry.  She gives readings in the Boston area.

Judy's work can also be found at:
https://miriamswell.wordpress.com/2017/05/30/which-sang-of-butterflies-deeply-by-judy-katz-levine/

http://www.unlikelystories.org/creators/judy-katz-levine

https://dougholder.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-sunday-poet-judy-katz-levine.html?spref=fb

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