a literary journal published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society
Margo Berdeshevsky is NYC born, and writes and works in Paris. Her latest collection is a hybrid book in half-notes, Kneel Said The Night (Sundress Publications). Forthcoming is It Is Still Beautiful To Hear The Heart Beat (Salmon Poetry). Her earlier books include Before The Drought (Glass Lyre Press [National Poetry Series finalist]); Between Soul & Stone and But a Passage in Wilderness (Sheep Meadow Press); and Beautiful Soon Enough (1st Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Award for FC2). Recipient of 2022 Grand Prize for Thomas Merton Poetry of the Sacred Award. Other honors include the Robert H. Winner Award from the Poetry Society of America. Published in Poetry International, New Letters, Kenyon Review, Plume, About Place, Prairie Schooner, Big Other, Tupelo Quarterly, Gulf Coast, Southern Humanities Review, Harbor Review, Pleiades, Beltway, Dark Matter: Women Witnessing, Bracken “Over Tea and Tears” for Ukraine, and many more.