Judith Hemschemeyer

436 Knowles Avenue #2Winter Park, FL 32789-3232
Phone: 
407-644-9116

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Certain Animals
(Snake Nation Press,
1998)
The Harvest
(Pig Iron Press,
1998)
The Ride Home
(Texas Tech University Press,
1987)
Very Close & Very Slow
(Wesleyan University Press,
1975)

Journal

Hudson Review
2014)
Colorado Review
2014)
Tampa Review
2014)
Dickinson Review
2014)
Florida Review
2014)

More Information

Listed as:
Fiction Writer, Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Fluent in: 
French
Born in: 
Sheboygan, WI
Raised in: 
Sheboygan Falls, WI

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Listing last updated: June 9, 2008.

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