Ekphrasis: A Poet's Dance with Art

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Merle Mindelle Nudelman




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Merle Mindelle Nudelman, N/A

Merle Nudelman is a poet, educator, and former lawyer. She has written five poetry books -- Borrowed Light; We, the Women; The He We Knew; True as Moonlight; and The Seeker Ascends which was released in May, 2018. Merle's first collection, Borrowed Light, won the 2004 Canadian Jewish Book Award for Poetry. Her poems have appeared in literary journals, anthologies and zines and her essays have been included in academic texts on poetic inquiry.


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