Dr. Judith Kerman is a writer and poet based in Michigan. She is currently the Dean of the College of Arts and Behavioural Sciences at Saginaw Valley State University. Since 1974, she has published one book and three chapbooks. MOTHERING, a book-length prose poem, received honourable mention for poetry in the 1978 Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writers Award competition. She has also produced theatre pieces, performed as a professional clown, and had an active academic career. In 1971, she founded Earth's Daughters Magazine (still active after twenty-two years under a collective editorship); in 1978, she started Mayapple Press (five books to date).
Kerman's interest in computer technology is demonstrated by her poem authoring system Colloquy and her graphic poem series Migrations.
Contact: 5340 Kerby Place, Saginaw MI, USA 48603
Phone: 517-790-4062 (office)
2000 update: MOTHERING was published in Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext 2.2 and was also reissued as a paper book with the new title Mothering & Dream of Rain (Ridgeway Press, 1996).