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Author: Joan I Siegel

Author of three titles from Deerbrook Editions, ARCHAEOLOGY (2017), A PASSING (2015), and HYACINTH FOR THE SOUL (2009), Joan I. Siegel is recipient of the New Letters Poetry Award, The Anna Davidson Rosenberg Prize, The Poetry Quarterly Rebecca Lard Award, Atlanta's International Merit Award, and a finalist for the Pablo Neruda Prize. Her work has been published in several journals; The Bridge, Commonweal, Cumberland River Review, Cutthroat, Raritan, and others. A recipient of the State of New York Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Siegel lives with her husband and daughter in the lower Hudson Valley of New York State.

A Passing
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A Passing

Deerbrook Editions

Siegel's book is a meditation, a held breath, a chord lingered on and released, the silence eloquent as the music. In these poems, memory both preserves and fails, distorts and clarifies. She meets small deaths (a hummingbird, a cat) and large (her ...

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Archaeology
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Archaeology

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Poetry. ARCHAEOLOGY covers several subjects through reflection and memory. Details and impressions, the visible and invisible, past and present, reflection on life, human conditions, and nature; the reader travels the currents in the verse by way of...

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Hyacinth for the Soul
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Hyacinth for the Soul

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Poetry. "These passionate, caring poems range seamlessly from personal lyric to public outcry, from a pair of well-turned pantoums of childhood memories to a poem that rewrites the liturgy of a responsive reading from the Passover service. Siegel kn...

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