A German-born UK national, Rose Mary Boehm, short-story and novel writer, copywriter, photographer and poet, now lives and works in Lima, Peru. Two novels and a poetry collection (Tangents) have been published in the UK.
Her work has been widely published in online and print US poetry reviews, including Toe Good Poetry, Burning Word, Muddy River Review, Pale Horse Review, Pirene’s Fountain, Other Rooms, Requiem Magazine, Full of Crow, Poetry Quarterly, Punchnel’s, Avatar, Verse Wisconsin, Naugatuck River Review, Boston Literary, Red River Review, Ann Arbor, Big River Review, Main Street Rag, Misfit Magazine, Crack the Spine, Crisis Chronicles, and Broadkill Review.
Boehm has also been published in quite a few print anthologies, as well as in Diane Lockward’s The Crafty Poet. She won third price in in the 2009 Margaret Reid Poetry Contest for Traditional Verse (US), was semi-finalist in the Naugatuck poetry contest (2012/13) and has been a finalist in several Goodreads contests, winning it twice: in October 2014 and January 2016. From the Ruhr to Somewhere Near Dresden 1939-1949 has been published by Aldrich Press in May 2016.
Paperback: 68 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (May 22, 2017)