Deborah Nodler Rosen

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General Information

Name: Deborah Nodler Rosen

Pen Name: None

Genres: Poetry


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Illinois Connection

The author lives on the North Shore and is editor of RHINO poetry magazine based in Evanston.

Biographical and Professional Information

Rosen is a poet, editor of RHINO, an award-winning poetry journal and serves on the Board of the UniVerse of Poetry. She holds a B.A. from Wellesley College, a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and is working on a Doctorate in listening and learning as she travels to many countries throughout the world.

She was an editor with Miriam Ben-Yoseph on: Where We Find Ourselves: Jewish Women around the World Write about Home; has published text for the history book, A Proud Nation; and poems in the following journals: The Journal at Northwestern University; Third Coast ; Where We Live, Illinois Poets; The Spoon River Poetry Review; and many others. She also teaches poetry in the public schools through a program called Kids Meet Art.

Published Works

  • Anwar el-Sadat: A Man of Peace, Scholastic Library Press, 1986
  • Sight/Seer, Virtual Artists Collective, 2013

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library


ISBN: 0944048552
Release Date: 2013-08-30

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Literary Awards

First Place in both an Oregon State Poetry Association contest and a California State Poetry Society contest.

Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

Speaking Engagement Availability: (Yes)

Rosen will be reading from her new poetry book, Sight/Seer, at the Book Stall in Winnetka on Friday, September 6, 2013 at 6:30pm. For additional information, call the Book Stall at 847-446 8880.

External Links

Deborah Nodler Rosen on WorldCat

Deborah Nodler Rosen on Amazon


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