Here are some sites where you may see my work:

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2/9/2015 "Some other Being, Some Other Shadow: newest Interview with margo berdeshevsky 
            @ The Collagist:

Margo Berdeshevsky's "Passage Passage Passage 2" featured on Lex-icon

... In the recent past ...

"Scene Two" featured in Kenyon Review online

"Blackouts" + "Again the Cradle" @ Jerome Rothenberg's Poems and Poetics

"Amber is a Tree's Blood" featured on Poetry Daily

"Lilith as a Babe" featured in The Wolf magazine

"CENTURY WALKER" - Essay - recipient of "New Letters" Readers' Award+Pushcart Prize 2008 "Special Citation" File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML

©Copyright 2006 Margo Berdeshevsky. on my uncovered head and prayed for Allah to ... ©Copyright 2006 Margo Berdeshevsky. I have a dearest friend who sent me ...

Recipient of the Robert H Winner Award from The Poetry Society of America

The Tsunami Notebook - photographs of beauty+heartbreak:Aceh 2005 © Margo Berdeshevsky

Interview with French Rap Artist MC Solaar: (appeared in Ratappallax #10)

Poems in the online journal, Studio

from the French poetry site, Poezibao (there *is* a place to click for an english translation!)
But what I must explain above all is the shock provoked by this reading: the force of her words, as well as her images, as Margo Berdeshevsky is also a fine ...

dans l'anthologie permanente de Poezibao, "l'histoire" :


& for the curious... Here Is A Bit More About Me: 

Born in New York City. Graduated from High School of Performing Arts, attended Northwestern and New York Universities, quit, for a role in her first Off Broadway play;  trained as an actress by Lee Strasberg. Performed in the world premiere of Harold Pinter's "The Basement" + "Tea Party," David Hare's "Slag," worked in the companies of Lincoln Center and Joseph Papp's Public Theatre, toured the USA as Ophelia, nominated for a television Emmy award, for a country western drama in which she had her head in an oven, but was saved by a neighbor who prayed for her! 

MARGO BERDESHEVSKY, author of "Between Soul and Stone," (Sheep Meadow Press, 2011,) + "But a Passage in Wilderness," (Sheep Meadow Press, 2007) and Beautiful Soon Enough (FC2/ University of Alabama Press/2009.) Recipient of the Robert H. Winner Award from the Poetry Society of America (selected by Marie Ponsot,) winner of FC2's Ronald Sukenick/ American Book Review Innovative Fiction Prize, for her "Beautiful Soon Enough."  8 Pushcart Prize nominations, 2 Pushcart "Special Mention" citations, Chelsea Poetry Award, Kalliope's Sue Saniel Elkind Awd., places in Pablo Neruda + Ann Stanford Awards (selected by Yusef Komunyakaa.) Works have been published in: Academy of American Poets Poem-A-DayPoetry International, Kenyon Review, Agni, Pleiades, New Letters, The Southern Review,  Poetry Review (UK,) Wolf, Magazine (UK,) Runes, Margie, Women's Studies Quarterly, Nimrod , Chelsea, Confrontation, Traffic East, Kalliope, Pool, Southern California Anthology, The Literary Review, Many Mountains Moving, Van Gogh's Ear, Rattapallax, Poetry Daily, and many more. Recent exhibitions of "visual poems"   in Paris, Hawaii, NYC. Her "Tsunami Notebook" was created following a journey to Sumatra in Spring 2005, to work in a survivors' clinic in Aceh. A lyrical and multi-genre novel, "Vagrant," is forthcoming. Her newest poetry manuscript is a finalist for the 2015 National Poetry Series. She is currently at a window . .  . writing in Paris.



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Author of : *BEFORE THE DROUGHT* (Glass Lyre Press/2017) Finalist: THE NATIONAL POETRY SERIES 2015 * BEAUTIFUL SOON ENOUGH * Winner of Fiction Collective Two's American Book Review/Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize: a "thrillingly cutting-edge"* book of sensual short short stories with photographs by the author." (*Robert Olen Butler) **************** & **************** Author of **************** *BETWEEN SOUL and STONE* (Sheep Meadow Press) _______MARGO BERDESHEVSKY____ understands the diabolical complexity of the human heart, and how eros is a form of intelligence as well as a drive. Writing with lyric accuracy and necessary forgiveness about the turmoils of love, she also declares the 8th Deadly Sin: the refusal of intense experience. ” (*Sven Birkerts )