Charlotte Mandel has published ten books of poetry, the most recent, To Be the Daylight from Kelsay Books. Previous titles include Through a Garden Gate, poems in response to photographs of the garden created and photographed by Vincent Covello, Sight Lines, Rock Vein Sky, Life Work, and two poem-novellas of feminist biblical revision—The Life of Mary and The Marriages of Jacob. Her awards include the 2012 New Jersey Poets Prize, two fellowships in poetry from New Jersey State Council on the Arts, residence fellowships at Yaddo, Millay Colony, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and Villa Montalvo. She edited the Eileen W. Barnes Award Anthology, Saturday’s Women. Her critical essays include a series on the role of cinema in the life and work of H.D. (Hilda Doolittle). She recently retired from teaching poetry writing at Barnard College Center for Research on Women.
Paperback: 58 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (April 19, 2019)