Judith Alexander Brice, a retired Pittsburgh psychiatrist, has the honorable distinction of being married to a wonderful poet—namely, Charles W. Brice—who has published widely including in The Magnolia Review! This first drew her attention to this very eclectic lovely journal, which happens to have a name that called to one of her enclosed poems, “My Magnolia Gamble.” Dr. Brice has published in many on-line and print journals and newspapers including The Paterson Literary Review, Vox Populi.com, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Versewrights.com, and Annals of Internal Medicine among others. Her first book, Renditions in a Palette, appeared in 2013. Her second book, Overhead From Longing, has just hit the shelves.
Sketches of Sun; When You Turn; Solitary; Of Grace, Hatred, Preying and Lady-Bugs; My Magnolia Gamble; and No Candy; Volume 5, Issue 1
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