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Elegies, Alcover, Joan—Kristine Doll & Robert E. Brown, Translators
1 Alcover, Joan—Kristine Doll & Robert E. Brown, Translators Elegies
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2004 0893043680 / 9780893043681 First Hard Cover New 4 5/8x6 5/8 Complementary cover & text paintings by Eduardo Arranz-Bravo 
A bilingual (Catalan-English) poetry and art book by one of Catalonia's foremost poets of the 19th century. 
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2 Alcover, Joan—Kristine Doll & Robert E. Brown, Translators Elegies
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2004 0893043702 / 9780893043704 First Hard cover, Limited New Signed and lettered, Limited,  4 5/8x6 5/8 Complementary cover & text paintings by Eduardo Arranz-Bravo 
A bilingual (Catalan-English) poetry and art book by one of Catalonia's foremost poets of the 19th century. Limited edition: 26 copies signed and lettered (A-Z) by the Translators and the Artist. 
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3 Attal, Fuad--author & translator Love & harmony
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2005 0893047902 / 9780893047900 First, Limited, Signed & Lettered Limited New Saddle-stapled paperback 5 1/2x8 1/2 Abdellah Akhdi 
A bilingual (Arabic/English) chapbook of poetry by a Palestinian-American who wants to hear the music from the mosque, the church, and the synagogue. Signed & Lettered (26 copies, A-Z copies produced). 
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Home Remedies: New and Selected Poems, 1961-1981, Axelrod, David B.
4 Axelrod, David B. Home Remedies: New and Selected Poems, 1961-1981
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1982 0893040517 / 9780893040512 First Hard Cover New Good Poetry & Art 5 7/8 x 8 7/8" Bebe Barkan For my grandmother, Esther Kransberg (1882-1862)
"If any poet working in America at present has the power to smash complacency, it is [Axelrod].... If his work is news to you, you're lucky to hold this book in your hand. Here, from several collections now hard to obtain, are some of the most lovely, harrowing, and outrageously funny poems from his first twenty publishing years. For good measure, there is a trove of new work besides." --X. J. Kennedy "David B. Axelrod's New and Selected Poems is a striking and extremely readable book. His title, Home Remedies, reminds me that Stephen Crane thought of his poems as 'pills," medicine, and that William Stafford thinks maybe that each of his own poems is in some way at least a mild protest poem. Axelrod's voice is spare, sharp, always engaging in ways that Crane and Stafford are, and convincing within his own ironies and perceptions These are twenty years of poems here, and this is a welcome book." --Wiliam Heyen 
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Chinese Poet-Emperors, Bai, Hong Ai &  Digby, John
5 Bai, Hong Ai & Digby, John Chinese Poet-Emperors
Oyster Bay, NY & Merrick, NY The Feral Press & Cross-Cultural Communications 2017 0893045780 / 9780893045784 First Paperback New Poetry 7 1/8 x 8 1/2" John Digby 
This book is a bilingual (Chinese-English) collection of poems by Chinese emperors written from 220 BCE till AD 1912. 
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Chinese Poet=Emperors, Bai, Hong Ai &  Digby, John
6 Bai, Hong Ai & Digby, John Chinese Poet=Emperors
Oyster Bay, NY & Merrick, NY The Feral Press & Cross-Cultural Communications 2017 0893045438 / 9780893045432 First Hard cover New Poetry 6 1/2 x 8 5/8" John Digby 
This book is a bilingual (Chinese-English) collection of poems by Chinese emperors written from 220 BCE till AD 1912. 
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Strange Seasons, Barkan, Stanley & Polyakov, Mark
7 Barkan, Stanley & Polyakov, Mark Strange Seasons
Sofia, Bulgaria AngoBoy 2007 9547376535 / 978-954-737-653-3 First Paperback New Perfect 5 1/2x7 1/2" Mark Polyakov 
One poem for each month of the year with complementary photoart. This is a collaborative (Poetry & Photoart) work by poet Stanley H. Barkan and Photoartist Mark Polyakov. Published in Bulgaria, but available through distribution services of Cross-Cultural Communications. 
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ABC of Fruits and Vegetables, Barkan, Stanley H.
8 Barkan, Stanley H. ABC of Fruits and Vegetables
Sofia, Bulgaria AngoBoy 2012 9547378554 / 978-954-737-855-1 First Paper New Perfect 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Mia Barkan Clarke for the seeds we have produced and the fruits . .
A father-daughter poetry & art collaboration. Each letter of the alphabet, from A-Z, is represented by a poem beginning with that letter, some complemented by drawings, from Apple to Zucchini. "All of Stanley H. Barkan's poems are seeded in his heart, in his soul.... His work is accessible and lyrical and often coloured by a wisdom as profound and as echoing as that of Robert Frost." --Peter Thabit Jones "Stanley Barkan is the Jewish Dylan Thomas." --Barbara Holland "[Barkan's] poems remind me of a Cezanne still life. . . . he evokes smells and huner the way William Carlos Williams did with his poem about munching on plums. . . . These triumphal poems nourish the soul." --Hal Sirowitz "Stanley Barkan has a way with him that tends to get the best out of people and out of words." --Gregory Rabassa "Between Mia Barkan Clarke's beautiful drawings and Stanley Barkan's exquistie poems, this is a gem of a book." --Maria Mazziotti Gillan 
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ABC of Fruits and Vegetables, Barkan, Stanley H.
9 Barkan, Stanley H. ABC of Fruits and Vegetables
Sofia, Bulgaria AngoBoy 2012 9547378546 / 978-954-737-854-4 First Hard Cover New Smythe-sewn 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Mia Barkan Clarke for the seeds we have produced and the fruits . .
A father-daughter poetry & art collaboration. Each letter of the alphabet, from A-Z, is represented by a poem beginning with that letter, some complemented by drawings, from Apple to Zucchini. "All of Stanley H. Barkan's poems are seeded in his heart, in his soul.... His work is accessible and lyrical and often coloured by a wisdom as profound and as echoing as that of Robert Frost." --Peter Thabit Jones "Stanley Barkan is the Jewish Dylan Thomas." --Barbara Holland "[Barkan's] poems remind me of a Cezanne still life. . . . he evokes smells and huner the way William Carlos Williams did with his poem about munching on plums. . . . These triumphal poems nourish the soul." --Hal Sirowitz "Stanley Barkan has a way with him that tends to get the best out of people and out of words." --Gregory Rabassa "Between Mia Barkan Clarke's beautiful drawings and Stanley Barkan's exquistie poems, this is a gem of a book." --Maria Mazziotti Gillan 
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Mishpocheh, Barkan, Stanley H.
10 Barkan, Stanley H. Mishpocheh
Krakow & New York Inter Esse & Cross-Cultural Communications 2003 9780893047198 First Hard Cover New Smythe-sewn 4 5/8x6 5/8 Bebe Barkan 
“The profound way Barkan articulates constant desire to return home and to bring his readers home by merging them into his own extended and extensive family makes Mishpocheh surely one of the most remarkable poetry collections to be released in the early twenty-first century. The volume’s uniqueness is also emphasized by Bebe Barkan´s colorful paintings–mostly of her family members and her husband’s (including Grandma Celia). Like much of the artwork included in Cross-Cultural Communication’s books, her paintings are warm and colorful, and easily evoke the humanity and individuality of her subjects. Done in a style reminiscent of French Impressionism and American primitive folk art of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, they enhance and personalize her husband’s words, just as his poems ground her pictures in context–in words and memory. Indeed, one of the best features in this flawless publication is the sense of genuine collaboration between husband and wife. Mishpocheh is a complex and captivating poetry collection which deserves to be read time and time again, in hopes that it may help the reader understand and appreciate his or her own mishpocheh a little more. Indeed, a simple review cannot possibly do it justice. One walks away after having read it with a deeper understanding of what it means to be human, to be a finite being who ultimately survives only in the memories of loved ones.” —JoSELLE VANDERHOOFT Author of Desert Songs From a review in The Pedestal Magazine (#31, Dec 2005-Feb 2006) 
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11 Clarke, Mia Barkan Tea with Nana: Paintings & Poems
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2009 0893044792 / 978-0-89304-479-4 First Paperback New Perfect 6 x 9 Mia Barkan Clarke 
TEA WITH NANA is a book of paintings and poems, created throughout the life of woman, who from an early childhood on Long Island, was surrounded by the paintings of her artist mother and the poetry books of her poet-publisher father. This book is an exploration of her inner and outer mind, local and international, through English and several other languages (Hebrew, French, Italian). In a very real sense this book is a cross-cultural journey from birth and childhood, girlhood, teenhood, to maturation as a extraordinarily sensitive and thoughtful woman, a lover-wife and a a mother, as well as a daughter, granddaughter, great-granddaughter, sister, daughter-in-law, cousin, friend, teacher, and therapist. Her range is from Eve to Sister of the World, from her Jewish culture, through the world cultures that include the Armenian, the Sicilian, and the Blackfoot. This book is an exploration of Woman in all her phases and history, from the Beginning to the Present with a view towards the Future. In a very real sense this book is the saga of a woman who is Everywoman. Mia Barkan Clarke is a working artist and a NYS Licensed, Registered & Board-Certified practicing Creative Arts Therapist. She holds a Master of Arts in Creative Arts Therapy from Hofstra University, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fabric Styling, specializing in Woven Design and an Associates Degree in Textile/Surface Design from Fashion Institute of Technology (NYC). Mia has been an instructor of Art Therapy at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, and has lectured at Hofstra University and Touro College. Mia is the author of My Sacred Circle Mandala Journal--a creative workbok for self-discovery and exploration consisting of 28 different Mandala directives, including a Recovery Mandala and a Stress-Be-Gone Mandala. Mia lectures and runs workshops about Mandalas and Expressive Weaving (Mia's specialty) within her practice and for various conference venues. Mia is multilingual (Italian, French, Hebrew) whose poetry has been published nationally and internationally, including (USA) Lips, The New Scribes, (UK) Poetry Monthly, and (Wales) The Seventh Quarry. As a working atist, Mia has illustrated multilngual poetry books for the international literary-arts publisher Cross-Cultural Communicaions, has had a number of commissions for her paintings locally and abroad, and has exhibited her work at a number of venues, including a mother-daughter show exhibited at The Stage Gallery, The Howland Cultural Center, Mallette Gallery, and The Paterson Museum. Mia has developed several series, including Sisters of the World and Inner Face. Sisters of the World series, in mixed-media--oil sticks, acrylic, pen & ink, watercolor gouche--explores the relationship among he vast variety of ethnic, national, spiritual and religious, folkloric, mythical, and biblical women. This concentration is a celebration of the sisterhood of all women--how far we've come, and how far we have yet to go. As a multilingual speaker, Mia has been able to probe beneath the surface of a number of cultures. Mia's textile background is clearly evident in her painting. Her inspiration comes from motifs in ethnic designs, ancient interiors, peasant garments, and ornate architecture, and from nature. The artist introduces the many sides of herself, as well as all women through the Sisters of the World series, demonstrating the deep complexitiy and conflict within every woman, hence honoring, embracing, and celebrating the differences within the feminine spirit. Sisters of the World invites the viewer to extend oneself into the pysche of women past, present, and even future. Mia's Sisters of the World paintings have been published in the Paterson Literary Review. Inner Face is a series of drawings and paintings based on her response to working with clients in an acute in-patient psychiatric hospital facility. Mia, both artist and art therapist, emphasizes the importance of self-expression through the arts and practices what she preaches. Mia has shown Inner Face in several solo exhibitions. 
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12 Clemente, Vince Sweeter Than Vivaldi
Merrick, New York, USA & Krakow, Poland Cross-Cultural Communications 2002 0-89304-674-4 / 9780893046743 First Hard Cover/Ltd New Poetry & Art 4 3/4x6 3/4" Paintings by Ernesto F. Costa 
An Italian-American poet, living in Sag Harbor, Long Island, writes of his "salient runnel of melody," which, to him, is sweeter than Vivaldi. Signed and lettered by the author and the artist. 
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Native Foreigners: Jewish-Poetry Between the World Wars, Gregorek, Jerzy &  Gregorek, Aniela
13 Gregorek, Jerzy & Gregorek, Aniela Native Foreigners: Jewish-Poetry Between the World Wars
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2015 0893049239 / 9780893049232 First Hard Cover New Poetry & Art 11 5/8 x 9 1/2 Jerzy Feiner To our fellow poets whose generation experienced
FOREWORD "These moving poems, which are a part of every Jew's heritage, were written in the period between the wars—one and two—when there was still a slim hope assimilation would prevail, and the Jews wouldn't be considered the enemy. Meanwhile, the Nazis were practicing their extermination techniques, and making plans to eliminate the Jews. The Nazis first plan of attack was to issue hope—the Jews would be allowed to emigrate to Mozambique, as long as they gave up business and turned to farming. Some stereotypes die hard. Farming is a business. The second plan was to strip the Jews of their identity, by issuing severe race laws—collecting all pets owned by Jews, taking away their main means of mobility—stealing the Jews’ bikes. Countries like Canada, the United States, closed their borders to Jews. The dream of a second Exodus where God split the Atlantic Ocean in half, so the Jews could relocate in America died a hard death. The Zionists who made their way to Israel were admitted if they had farming skills. This book is a testament to the Jews who used poetry to help others and themselves. Like the old saying, speaking truth to power, this is what these poems did. They challenged the hegemony of anti-semitism. From the first poem, which reminds me a little of Mick Jagger's classic song, 'Midnight Rambler,' where Mick pretends he is the devil, Wladyslaw Szlemgel, takes on the role of the devilish Jew. It would be a sin not to mention the great illustrations throughout the book. These drawings stress the communal aspects of Judaism. The Jewish religion does not occur in a vacuum but has a community involvement. These pictures remind you of that. Perec Nowomlast's poem, 'Generation,' comes off like a musical score, with the Nazi trucks and cars in the background. For all those who thought the Jews were led like sheep to their own slaughter, poems like these serve as a wake-up call, proving that you can't silent the individual Jew. Irma Kanfer's marvelous poem, 'Jewish Actors,' tells the lonely story of the Jews who were able to escape. I love the line, 'A train schedule is your life.' Leaving Poland for good was not an easy choice. Mieczyslaw Brun's epic poem, 'Refugees,' reminds one of Passover and the son asking the Four Questions. It's about the father trying to protect the son from the evils in the world, an impossible job. Frederyk Bertish’s amazing poem, 'Homeless,' has a fantastic line, "Birds of passage are our friends." It reminds me of Emma Lazarus’s poem on the Statue of Liberty, sentiments proved wrong by American anti-semitism. I hope the reader understands what I am implying: This is great Holocaust literature, which ranks with the classics. It's more realistic than Anne Frank's masterpiece. Celina Becker's astounding poem, 'To the Jewish Language,' shows how difficult it is to change your life. Maurycy Szymel's sad poem, 'About Lost Sabbath,' tells how the Nazis were relentless in undermining the Jewish identity. God took a break from creating the world. The Nazis never took a rest from tormenting the Jews. But in his next poem, "Death," he transforms the deadly atmosphere with verse that is almost biblical: 'And when we nestle face to face, / I understand that there is no death.' Friedman Rafael's 'A Ballad about a Baked Bread' transcends the genre and is as compelling as a Cezanne still life. Stefan Pomer's tragic piece, "The Last Wish," is about a woman with tuberculosis, who clings to life. Saul Wagman's amazing verse, "From Today on I Will Be Ordinary, Simple," is about the Jew destroying his identity before the Nazis could. It shows that the Jews were a witness to their own destruction, but hope dies hard. There are as many alternatives to death as there are ways of life. Juliusz Wit's amazing poem. 'Heinrich Heine,' shows that there was no way to stop the Nazis death machine. I don't see, like Hannah Arendt, the banality of evil. I see, instead, the emergence of hope mixed in with realism. I see the Jews using poetry to fight back to protect their sanity in an insane world. —Hal Sirowitz, author of "Mother Said" 11 December 2014 
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Native Foreigners: Jewish-Polish Poetry Between the World Wars, Gregorek, Jerzy &  Gregorek, Aniela
14 Gregorek, Jerzy & Gregorek, Aniela Native Foreigners: Jewish-Polish Poetry Between the World Wars
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2015 0893049247 / 9780893049249 First Paperback New Poetry & Art 11 5/8 x 9 1/2" Jerzy Feiner To our fellow poets whose generation experienced
FOREWORD "These moving poems, which are a part of every Jew's heritage, were written in the period between the wars—one and two—when there was still a slim hope assimilation would prevail, and the Jews wouldn't be considered the enemy. Meanwhile, the Nazis were practicing their extermination techniques, and making plans to eliminate the Jews. The Nazis first plan of attack was to issue hope—the Jews would be allowed to emigrate to Mozambique, as long as they gave up business and turned to farming. Some stereotypes die hard. Farming is a business. The second plan was to strip the Jews of their identity, by issuing severe race laws—collecting all pets owned by Jews, taking away their main means of mobility—stealing the Jews’ bikes. Countries like Canada, the United States, closed their borders to Jews. The dream of a second Exodus where God split the Atlantic Ocean in half, so the Jews could relocate in America died a hard death. The Zionists who made their way to Israel were admitted if they had farming skills. This book is a testament to the Jews who used poetry to help others and themselves. Like the old saying, speaking truth to power, this is what these poems did. They challenged the hegemony of anti-semitism. From the first poem, which reminds me a little of Mick Jagger's classic song, 'Midnight Rambler,' where Mick pretends he is the devil, Wladyslaw Szlemgel, takes on the role of the devilish Jew. It would be a sin not to mention the great illustrations throughout the book. These drawings stress the communal aspects of Judaism. The Jewish religion does not occur in a vacuum but has a community involvement. These pictures remind you of that. Perec Nowomlast's poem, 'Generation,' comes off like a musical score, with the Nazi trucks and cars in the background. For all those who thought the Jews were led like sheep to their own slaughter, poems like these serve as a wake-up call, proving that you can't silent the individual Jew. Irma Kanfer's marvelous poem, 'Jewish Actors,' tells the lonely story of the Jews who were able to escape. I love the line, 'A train schedule is your life.' Leaving Poland for good was not an easy choice. Mieczyslaw Brun's epic poem, 'Refugees,' reminds one of Passover and the son asking the Four Questions. It's about the father trying to protect the son from the evils in the world, an impossible job. Frederyk Bertish’s amazing poem, 'Homeless,' has a fantastic line, "Birds of passage are our friends." It reminds me of Emma Lazarus’s poem on the Statue of Liberty, sentiments proved wrong by American anti-semitism. I hope the reader understands what I am implying: This is great Holocaust literature, which ranks with the classics. It's more realistic than Anne Frank's masterpiece. Celina Becker's astounding poem, 'To the Jewish Language,' shows how difficult it is to change your life. Maurycy Szymel's sad poem, 'About Lost Sabbath,' tells how the Nazis were relentless in undermining the Jewish identity. God took a break from creating the world. The Nazis never took a rest from tormenting the Jews. But in his next poem, "Death," he transforms the deadly atmosphere with verse that is almost biblical: 'And when we nestle face to face, / I understand that there is no death.' Friedman Rafael's 'A Ballad about a Baked Bread' transcends the genre and is as compelling as a Cezanne still life. Stefan Pomer's tragic piece, "The Last Wish," is about a woman with tuberculosis, who clings to life. Saul Wagman's amazing verse, "From Today on I Will Be Ordinary, Simple," is about the Jew destroying his identity before the Nazis could. It shows that the Jews were a witness to their own destruction, but hope dies hard. There are as many alternatives to death as there are ways of life. Juliusz Wit's amazing poem. 'Heinrich Heine,' shows that there was no way to stop the Nazis death machine. I don't see, like Hannah Arendt, the banality of evil. I see, instead, the emergence of hope mixed in with realism. I see the Jews using poetry to fight back to protect their sanity in an insane world. —Hal Sirowitz, author of "Mother Said" 11 December 2014 
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Grotto: The Cavern of Oracles, Halama, Theofil
15 Halama, Theofil Grotto: The Cavern of Oracles
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communiations 2008 0893047511 / 9780893047511 First Paperback New Poetry & Art 4 3/4 x 8 1/4" John Dotson For our son
Theofil Halama, a renowned Czech American poet, was born in Mistrovice near Cesky Tesin (Czech Republic) in 1932. He graduated in 1958 from the School of Philosophy, Masaryk University, Brno, in German and Czech Language and Literature. He taught at secondary level in the Ostrava region. His poetry was published in Host do domu and Cerveny kvet. He went into exile in 1970. Since 1973, Halama has held teaching positions in the United States at the University of Houston, University of St. Thomas, and Rice University. After retirement in 2000, he lives with his wife and young son in Monterey, California, and in the Hawaiian Islands intermittently. Halama continues to write poems and essays in Czech and in English, publishing in periodicals and books in Europe and the US. 
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Madonna and the Angel Baroque:  Theatre of the Absurd with Other Such Poems, Halama, Theofil
16 Halama, Theofil Madonna and the Angel Baroque: Theatre of the Absurd with Other Such Poems
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2006 089304539X / 9780893045395 First Paperback New Poetry & Art 4 3/4 x 8 1/4 Art:Marale De Long & John Dotson Photography: Adam Dotson But where there is peril
“Early inspired by Robinson Jeffers, the American poet who distilled from his dark themes an essence of Inhumanist causality and fatalism that is difficult to live by, [Czech-American poet Theofil] Halama finds in his mature work that faith is pragmatic and hope remains plausible. Such confident poetic acts serve transparencies of experience; that is what is greatest about Halama’s charged metaphors.” —John Dotson Poet, playwright, artist, educator, editor, and author of Rivulets of Light 
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Touching the New Earth: Poems in four Dimensions, Halama, Theofil
17 Halama, Theofil Touching the New Earth: Poems in four Dimensions
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2006 0893045403 / 9780893045401 First Paperback New Poetry & Art 4 3/4 x 8 1/4" Marale De Long & Theofil Halama Life is probably round. --Van Gogh
Theofil Halama, a renowned Czech American poet, was born in Mistrovice near Cesky Tesin (Czech Republic) in 1932. He graduated in 1958 from the School of Philosophy, Masaryk University, Brno, in German and Czech Language and Literature. He taught at secondary level in the Ostrava region. His poetry was published in Host do domu and Cerveny kvet. He went into exile in 1970. Since 1973, Halama has held teaching positions in the United States at the University of Houston, University of St. Thomas, and Rice University. After retirement in 2000, he lives with his wife and young son in Monterey, California, and in the Hawaiian Islands intermittently. Halama continues to write poems and essays in Czech and in English, publishing in periodicals and books in Europe and the US. 
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The Facts of Life, Hand, J. C.
18 Hand, J. C. The Facts of Life
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1987 0893044113 / 9780893044114 First Saddle-Stapled New Poetry & Art 5 1/2 x 8 1/2" Bebe Barkan For David, Jessica, Emily & Daniel
A 48-page Women Writers Chapbook 3, by a poet living in Rocky Point, Long Island. J. C. Hand is a graduate of Bard College, The Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Iowa Writers Workshops. She is both a poet and a novelist, the director of a non-profit writing service, Writers Unlimited Agency, the Vice-President of he Alliance of New York Writers and Publishers, Inc., and a frequent convener and teacher of creative writing courses on college campuses on Long Island. Her books include "Your Witch" (novella), and "Entrances to Nowhere" (poems). Keywords: Poetry & Art, Women, Long Island 
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The Facts of Life, Hand, J. C.
19 Hand, J. C. The Facts of Life
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1987 089304413X / 9780893044138 First Minipaperback New Poetry & Art 2 11/16 x 4 1/4" Bebe Barkan For David, Jessica, Emily & Daniel
A 48-page Women Writers Minipaperback 3, by a poet living in Rocky Point, Long Island. J. C. Hand is a graduate of Bard College, The Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Iowa Writers Workshops. She is both a poet and a novelist, the director of a non-profit writing service, Writers Unlimited Agency, the Vice-President of he Alliance of New York Writers and Publishers, Inc., and a frequent convener and teacher of creative writing courses on college campuses on Long Island. Her books include "Your Witch" (novella), and "Entrances to Nowhere" (poems). Keywords: Poetry & Art, Women, Long Island Keywords: Poetry & Art, Women, Long Island 
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East of July, Hand, Joan Carole
20 Hand, Joan Carole East of July
Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 2006 0893046868 / 9780893046866 First Paperback New Poetry & Art 5 1/2 x 8 1/2" Robbi Goldberg for my mother Betsy C. Hand
Joan Carole Hand lives in Rocky Point on the North Shore of eastern Long Island. A native New Yorker, Ms. Hand did her undergraduate work at Bard College. She is a recipient of a Master of Arts from The Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminar, as well as a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Iowa’s Writers Workshops. She has taught and lectured widely on the college level, and her poetry has been published throughout the United States and Canada, as well as having been translated into Italian and Macedonian In 1989, she represented America athe Struga Poetry Evenings in Macedonia. She is the author of two other books of poetry: Entrances to Nowhere and The Facts of Life. She is the mother of three grown children—Jessica, Emily, and Daniel—who are all artists in some capacity or other., and grandmoth 
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