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Watch: Poetry Comes to Life in an Exclusive 'I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast' Short Film from Melissa Studdard’s first book of poetry, published by Saint Julian Press.
I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast by Melissa Studdard
Poems from Melissa Studdard's first poetry collection published by Saint Julian Press.
Cover Art: The Bravest Woman Size, 40 x 30
Oil On Canvas by Eric Anfinson. Used by gracious permission of the artist.
Melissa Studdard's books include her new collection of poems I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast, the bestselling novel Six Weeks to Yehidah, its companion journal, My Yehidah, and the interview collection The Tiferet Talk Interviews. Since its August 2011 release, Six Weeks to Yehidah has been the recipient of many accolades, including the Forward National Literature Award, the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award and January Magazine's best children's books. It was also named a finalist for the National Indie Excellence Awards and the Readers Favorite Awards. As well, her poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, and articles have appeared in numerous magazines, journals, and anthologies. Melissa currently serves as a Reviewer-at-Large for The National Poetry Review, an editorial advisor for The Criterion, and an editor for Tiferet Journal, where she hosts the journal's radio interview program, Tiferet Talk. Melissa received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and is a professor for the Lone Star College System and a teaching artist for The Rooster Moans Poetry Cooperative.