Martina Reisz Newberry
Martina Reisz Newberry’s most recent book is "What we can forgive". She is also the author of "Late Night Radio, Perhaps you could breathe for me, Hunger, After the Earthquake: Poems 1996-2006, Not Untrue & Not Unkind and Running like a Woman with her Hair on Fire: Collected Poems, published.
Ms. Newberry is the winner of i.e. magazine’s Editor’s Choice Poetry Chapbook Prize for 1998: AN APPARENT, APPROACHABLE LIGHT.
She is the author of LIMA BEANS AND CITY CHICKEN: MEMORIES OF THE OPEN HEARTH—a memoir of her father—published by E.P. Dutton and Co. in 1989.
She has written four novels and several books of poetry, has been included in Ascent Aspirations first Anthology and has been widely published in literary magazines and books such as: 5 AM, Amelia, Ascent Aspirations, Atom Mind, Bellingham Review, Black Buzzard Review, Blessed Are These Hands, Cape Rock, Caprice, Catalyst, Connecticut Poetry Review, Context South, Current Accounts, Descant, Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, Hob Nob, i.e.,Innisfree, International Poetry Review, Iota, Iowa Woman, The Ledge, My Legacy, New Laurel Review, Passages North, Pedestal Magazine, Piedmont Literary Review, Snake Nation Review, Sonoma Mandala, Sonora Review, Rectangle, Southern Review of Poetry, Touchstone, Visions International, Willow Review ,Women's Work, Yet Another Small Magazine, and others.
Martina lives in Palm Springs, California with her husband Brian and their cat, Gato.
Martina Newberry's website: http://rollwiththechanges.org/