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There are many renditions in life; perhaps the most famous renditions were the "Extraordinary Renditions" which occurred after 9/11. In Renditions in a Palette, Judith Alexander Brice depicts where, in the course of our lives, a palette of colors and many different kinds of renditions intersect. Some of her poems are lyrical, others stark, some uplifting, some humorous, and yet, as in life, some bleak, even as the stream of the book follows the trajectories of her life, of our lives, our struggles and the realities of our world.
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Judith Alexander Brice is a retired psychiatrist who has written poetry for over thirty years. She graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1971. Much of her inspiration in her writing derives from her work with her patients, her own experiences with illness, her love for nature, and her strong feelings about the political world. Her work has been published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the City Paper (of Pittsburgh), the Paterson Literary Review, Poesia, and The Lyric, among others. One of her poems is housed in the permanent archives of the Farmington Hills, MI Holocaust Memorial Center. Brice's poems have also been anthologized in several successive years of Voices from the Attic, of Bear River Review, and in Before There Was Nowhere To Stand, a poetry collection focusing on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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