Kathleen Aponick, a native of Cambridge, Massachusetts, has worked as an educational textbook editor and as a schoolteacher in Massachusetts and on a U. S. Army Post in Würzburg, Germany. She received an MFA from the Warren Wilson College Writing Program in North Carolina in 1989. Her poetry collection Bright Realm (Turning Point, 2013) was a finalist in the New Rivers Poetry Competition at Minnesota State University. She has also published two poetry chapbooks: Near the River’s Edge (Pudding House Publications, 1995) and The Port (Finishing Line Press, 2006), which was named a Best Book of 2006 by Monserrat Review. Along with Paul Marion and Jane Brox, she co-edited Merrimack, A Poetry Anthology (Loom Press, 1992), a selection of poems written by poets who have lived along the Merrimack River in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. Her poems have appeared in many journals, including Notre Dame Review, Poetry Ireland Review, The Classical Outlook, and Poetry East.
Paperback: 110 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (March 15, 2020)