Woven Lightning by Roberta Gould

“Woven Lightening” by Roberta Gould

Woven Lightning by Roberta GouldRoberta Gould is pleased to announce the publication of her new book, Woven Lightning, from Spuyten Duyvil Press.

This fine collection does not stand on any lofty height. The poet asks the passerby just to consider. Her hands are not mere channels for writing but dowsing rods of inspiration. Gould sorts through the sensual debris of life and weaves ephemeral bolts and veins..the storms that are evident internally.

– Robert Milby, Poet Laureate, Ulster County, New York

For more information and to order a copy, go to http://www.robertagould.net/product/woven-lightening. Additionally, Doctors without Borders will receive 10% of sales’ proceeds.  Woven Lightning is also available at www.spuytenduyvil.net, Amazon, and Barnes and Nobel.

Roberta Gould taught Romance languages for twenty years at  Brooklyn College and briefly at the  University of California in Berkeley. Her work has appeared  in The New York Times, Poetry Now, Catholic Worker, California Quarterly, Milkweed Chronicle, Mid American Review, Jewish Currents, Green Mountain Review, Confrontation, Helicon Nine, Naugatuck River Review, Socialism and Democracy, The Art and Craft of Poetry,  in many other literary publications, and in anthologies including Mixed Voices, A Slant of Light, Up the River  Titles of her 10 books, including Writing Air, Written Water, Pacing the Wind, Only Rock,  Louder Than Seeds, reflect her environment and the mind that filters it.  Several of her books, including What History Trammels, 2011, are available as e-books. A contributing editor of Home Planet News, she has read her work on public and university radio, Radio Universidad Guadalajara, WKCR, Columbia University, WNYC, Pacifica Radio, on various television stations, at the Pen American Center and the Woodstock Poetry Festival. She has exhibited her surreal photography, in New York City and has translated into English poetry by Sor Juana Inéz de la Cruz, Salvador Espriu, Pedro Garfias, Jorge Luis Borges and other Spanish language poets.