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Nina Bogin writes of her second collection that she has `drawn together poems that deal with the personal - family, friendship, love and loss; poems about landscape and place; and poems that try to come to grips with the larger world and its chaos. Uniting the poems is a common thread: the natural world and its impenetrable presence which, though threatened, remains a source of renewal and, therefore, of faith.' Nina Bogin was born in New York City in 1952 and grew up on Long Island. She has been living in France since 1976. She works as a translator and as a teacher of English. Her poems have appeared in literary magazines in the United States, England and France. She received a National Endowment for the Arts grant in 1989 and published her first volume of poems, In the North, in the same year.
About the Author
Nina Bogin was born in New York City in 1952 and grew up on Long Island. She has lived in France since 1976. Her first collection of poems, In the North, appeared in 1989, and The Winter Orchards followed in 2001.