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Marsha Pomerantz, born in New York, lived in Israel for twenty years, and now lives in Boston, where she works as managing editor at the Harvard Art Museums. Her collection of poems, The Illustrated Edge, was published this spring by Biblioasis (Canada).
Marsha Pomerantz's work featured in PN Review comprises three contributions of poetry and one article, over a period of eight years.