Martina is available for readings, performances, workshops, and work in schools. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am also the author of What We Can’t Forgive, Late Night Radio, Perhaps You Could Breathe For Me, Hunger, After the Earthquake: poems 1996-2006, Not Untrue and Not Unkind and Running Like A Woman With Her Hair On Fire: Collected Poems (all available from amazon.com and most online booksellers).
I was the winner of i.e. magazine’s Editor’s Choice Poetry Chapbook Prize for 1998: An Apparent, Approachable Light.
I have written four novels and several books of poetry, have been included in Ascent Aspirations first hard-copy Anthology, also in the anthology In The Company Of Women andhas been widely published in literary magazines such as: Ascent Aspirations, Bellingham Review, Blessed Are These Hands, Cape Rock, Connecticut Poetry Review, Cenacle, Counterpunch, Current Accounts, Divine Femme, Haight Ashbury, Iota,Istanbul Literary Review,Niche, Piedmont Literary Review, Southern Review of Poetry, Shot of Ink, Smiling Politely, Touchstone, Women’s Work, Yet Another Small Magazine, and many others.
Residency at Yaddo Artists Residency 1987, New York
Pushcart Prize for Poetry Nomination by Andrew Hudgins, 1988
Residency at Djerassi Artists Retreat 1989, CA
Residency at Anderson Center at Tower View Artists Retreat 1992, Red Wing, Minnesota
Astra Press, Editor’s Choice Chapbook Prize, 1998, Editor: Yolanda Gottlieb
I live in Palm Springs, California with my husband Brian and our cat, Gato.