Judith Kerman is a poet, performer and artist with broad cultural and scholarly interests. She has published ten books or chapbooks of poetry, most recently Aleph, broken: Poems from My Diaspora (Broadstone Books, 2016). Her next book of poems, definitions, will be published by Fomite Press in May 2021.
She has also published three books of translations of Spanish Caribbean poetry and fiction by women, and edited or co-edited two scholarly anthologies.
My revised webpage is powered by WordPress. I may not blog very often, but I will post my current activities and publications, as well as my resume, bibliography, photos, etc.
The video documentary, Carnaval in the Dominican Republic, which I made in 2005, is now available on YouTube on the Judith Kerman channel, where you can also find videos of a number of my readings and experimental videos.
For information about possible readings and interviews, please contact my publicist, Mary Bisbee-Beek, at email@example.com.
For my Author Page on Amazon, go to www.amazon.com/-/e/B00IZQ6WPI