Author: Juditha Dowd

Juditha Dowd is the author of the poetry books AUDUBON'S SPARROW: A BIOGRAPHY-IN-POEMS (Rose Metal Press, 2020) and Mango in Winter (Grayson Books, 2013), as well as short fiction, lyric essays and three poetry chapbooks - The Weathermancer (Finishing Line, 2006), What Remains (Finishing Line, 2009) and Back Where We Belong (Casa de Cinco Hermanas, 2012). Her work appears in many journals and anthologies, including Poet Lore, Poetry Daily, The Florida Review, Spillway, Rock & Sling, Kestrel, and About Place. With the ensemble Cool Women she regularly performs poetry in the New York-Philadelphia metro area and occasionally on the West Coast. Juditha currently lives in Easton, Pennsylvania with her husband and two cats, not far from where Lucy Bakewell began her long-ago adventure with John James Audubon.

Audubon's Sparrow: A Biography-in-Poems
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Audubon's Sparrow: A Biography-in-Poems

Rose Metal Press

Poetry. Epistolary. Biography. American History. Hybrid Genre. Women's Studies. What does it mean to sacrifice for someone else's art?  Audubon's Sparrow answers this question by way of a verse biography of Lucy Bakewell, the intrepid and largely un...

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