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Serin, Judith Ann 1949-

SERIN, Judith Ann 1949-

PERSONAL: Born May 16, 1949, in Perth Amboy, NJ; daughter of Bernard (a physicist) and Bernice (a biologist) Serin; married Herbert Yeung Yee, May 17, 1986. Education: Bennington College, B.A., 1971; San Francisco State University, M.A., 1974. Hobbies and other interests: Gardening, walking, reading.

ADDRESSES: Home—259 Staples Ave., San Francisco, CA 94112-1836. Office—California College of Arts and Crafts, 5212 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94618-1426.

CAREER: Poet. California College of Arts and Crafts, professor of English, 1990—.

AWARDS, HONORS: Honorable mention, Academy of American Poets, 1974.


Hiding in the World, Eidolon Editions (San Francisco, CA), 1998.

Work represented in anthologies, including What's a Nice Girl like You Doing in a Relationship like This?, Crossing Press, 1992, and Bridge: Poems about Marriage, Grayson Books, 2003.

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