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Author: Florence Weinberger

Florence Weinberger was born in New York City, raised in the Bronx, educated at Hunter College, California State University Northridge and UCLA, and has worked as a teacher, legal investigator and consumer advocate. She has published five books of poetry: The Invisible Telling Its Shape (Fithian Press, 1997), BREATHING LIKE A JEW (Chicory Blue Press, 1997), Carnal Fragrance (Red Hen Press, 2004), SACRED GRAFFITI (Tebot Bach, 2011), and GHOST TATTOO (Tebot Bach, 2018). Twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, her poetry has been published in numerous literary magazines, including Another Chicago Magazine, Antietam Review, The Comstock Review, The Pedestal, Solo, Rattle, SPILLWAY, and anthologies such as Family Reunion: Poems About Parenting Grown Children, So Luminous the Wildflowers, Images from the Holocaust, and Lifecycles: Jewish Women on Biblical Themes in Contemporary Life. Among awards are first prizes in the Poetry/LA Bicentennial, Sculpture Gardens Review, Mississippi Valley, Red Dancefloor and the dA Center for the Arts poetry contests.

Ghost Tattoo
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Ghost Tattoo

Tebot Bach

Poetry. "There is great wit and a sly, honed gravitas in these poems. Florence Weinberger wrestles the ineluctable irony at work in every aspect of our lives, and wins; each poem provides a practical wisdom, and her range is amazing, from Opera, phi...

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Sacred Graffiti
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Sacred Graffiti

Tebot Bach

Poetry. "Like Philip Levine, Florence Weinberger's poems evolve masterfully from the ordinary into the extraordinary. Consider marrowbones, lovingly boiled down to their essence so her husband can spread sustenance onto bread and eat, his stomach fo...

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