Ratner, Rochelle

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RATNER, Rochelle

RATNER, Rochelle. American, b. 1948. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Women's studies and issues, Essays, Translations. Career: East Village Other, NYC, book review editor, 1970-72; Soho Weekly News, columnist/editor, NYC, 1975-82; American Book Review, columnist/editor, 1978-; Israel Horizons, poetry editor, 1991-2000. National Book Critics Circle, board of directors, 1995-2001. Publications: A Birthday of Waters, 1971; False Trees, 1973; (trans.) Paul Colinet: Selected Poems, 1975; The Mysteries, 1976; The Tightrope Walker, 1977; Pirate's Song, 1978; Quarry, 1978; Combing the Waves, 1979; Hide and Seek, 1979; Sea Air in a Grave Ground Hog Turns Toward, 1980; Practicing to Be a Woman: New and Selected Poems, 1982; Trying to Understand What It Means to Be a Feminist (essays), 1984; Bobby's Girl (novel), 1986; The Lion's Share (novel), 1991; Someday Songs (poems), 1992; Zodiac Arrest (poems), 1995; (ed.) Bearing Life; Women's Writings on Childlessness, 2000; House and Home (poems), 2003. Address: 609 Columbus Ave, New York, NY 10024, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; www.rochelleratner.com

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