Two time Pushcart nominee Judith Pacht reads from and signs her newest collection Summer Hunger (Tebot Bach, $15.00). This collection encompasses wry daily reflections as well as historical meditations. Pacht's manuscript Vectors was a finalist for the 2008 Philip Levine Prize and the Tupelo Press open submission competition. Pacht won Honorable Mention in the 2007 Robert Frost Award and the 2007 Robinson Jeffers Tor House Prize for Poetry competitions. She was first place winner in the Georgia Poetry Society's Edgar Bowers competition. "Beneath the quiet, polished surfaces of these poems churns a tumult of life experience that is both lyric and public, personal and political. The poems in Summer Hunger dazzle with a formality that barely contains chaos, with humor and wit; and like all good poems, they leave us with intriguing questions as well as answers." - Richard Garcia (herebebooks)
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