Judith Baumel is the author of The Kangaroo Girl, from GenPop Books. Her previous books of poetry are The Weight of Numbers, for which she won the Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets, and Now.
Baumel’s poetry, translations and essays have been published in Poetry, The Yale Review, Agni Review, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, among others. Her work is represented in a number of anthologies including Telling and Remembering: A Century of Jewish American Poetry; Gondola Signore Gondola: Poems on Venice; and Poems of New York (Everyman’s Library Pocket Poets).
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GenPop Books author Judith Baumel (The Kangaroo Girl, 2011) has been elected President of the National Board of Trustees of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
At Poet’s Quarterly, Edan Mohr reviews Judith Baumel’s The Kangaroo Girl, which Mohr calls “a book of rare power and beauty, a look back what survives in memory and how time itself transforms and sustains us.” Writes Mohr: Judith Baumel’s latest book conveys both a playful nostalgia and a haunting regret. In navigating a course […]
Judith Baumel and her new GenPop Books title, The Kangaroo Girl, are receiving some fine press: Read a review of The Kangaroo Girl in The Jewish Daily Forward And read both an interview and article in The Riverdale Press, courtesy of Adam Wisnieski In addition, Judith will be reading at three more events:
Judith Baumel The Kangaroo Girl ISBN: 9780982359433 | Poetry | 6″x8″, 78 pp., pbk | 24 May 2011 $14 includes shipping in the US (vs. $15 in stores) Single orders: online via PayPal (no account necessary) or by check. Bookstores: see ordering info here. Starting with a photo that spent four decades in her father’s […]
New reading dates (& a Poetry Daily date) for Judith Baumel Dates below are listed in reverse chronological order: 31 October 2011: Cambridge, MA 8 pm @ The Blacksmith House 42 Brattle Street 617-547-6789