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Author: Phyllis Katz

Phyllis Beck Katz's poems have been published in The Salon (2010), Connecticut River Review, The Mountain Troubadour, Bloodroot Literary Magazine (2010, 2011, 2012), Birchsong (2012), and Oberon (2014). She was awarded the Oberon Poetry Prize in 2014 for her poem "Emily Dickinson's Gorgeous Nothings," and second prize in the Poets and Music contest held by the Sunapee Center for the Arts in 2015 for "Reflections on Fauré's Requiem." Her first two books, All Roads Go Where They Will (December 2010) and Migrations (November 2013), were published by Antrim House Books. Her third book, FINDING ITHACA was published by Dos Madres in 2018, and her most recent book, GHOST ORCHIDS was published by Dos Madres Press in 2020. She has a PhD in Classics from Columbia University, 1969, and has recently taught Classics, Women's and Gender Studies, and ancient and modern poetry in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies at Dartmouth College.

Finding Ithaca
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Finding Ithaca

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. "Losing a beloved mate of many years to cancer is a transformative grief for the soul left behind, a painful odyssey of discovery that rearranges every former certainty as we mourn. Grounded in the poet's study of Greek and Latin literature,...

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Ghost Orchids
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Ghost Orchids

Dos Madres Press

Poetry. "Phyllis Katz's poems are crucial to us for their intrinsic beauty, for their attention to eloquent detail, and for their capacity to stir our souls. Writing after the loss of her longtime spouse, she knows how—without self-pity or—glorifica...

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