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Missing Persons (Lumen/Camden Poetry Competition Winner 2013) by Patricia Averbach £3.00 UK inc pp
Release date: November 2013
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A Cleveland (USA) native, Patricia Averbach is the former director of the Chautauqua Writers Center based in Chautauqua, New York. Her poetry chapbook, Missing Persons, will be published late in 2013 as part of her prize for winning the Lumen/Camden Poetry Competition 2013 judged by Anne Stevenson.

Her debut novel, Painting Bridges, was published by Bottom Dog Press early in 2013. Previous work includes a memoir about her very early career as Anzia Yezierska’s sixteen-year-old literary assistant, and an article about the Jewish community in a virtual world called Second Life. She holds a degree in speech pathology from Case Western Reserve University where she worked in a deaf nursery during the 1970’s. She is married to Attorney Mark Averbach and is the mother of two grown daughters, Ann and Elana.

 

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