Groaning and Singing is Judy Kronenfeld’s fifth full-length collection of poetry. Her four previous collections include Bird Flying through the Banquet (FutureCycle, 2017), Shimmer (WordTech, 2012), and Light Lowering in Diminished Sevenths (2nd ed. Antrim House, 2012), winner of the Litchfield Review poetry book prize for 2007. Her poems have appeared in Cider Press Review, Cimarron Review, Ghost Town, New Ohio Review, One (Jacar Press), Rattle, Slant, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Verdad, Your Daily Poem and other journals, and in over three dozen anthologies. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Under the Sun, Hippocampus, and other magazines, and her more occasional short fiction in Literary Mama, The Loch Raven Review, and elsewhere. Judy is also the author of a controversial critical study, KING LEAR and the Naked Truth (Duke U.P., 1998). She is Lecturer Emerita, Department of Creative Writing, UC Riverside, and an Associate Editor of Poemeleon. She and her husband have two far-flung children and four grandchildren, and live in Riverside.
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