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Anita Barrows

Among Anita Barrows’ awards in poetry have been grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Ragdale Foundation, The Dorland Mountain Arts Colony, The Quarterly Review of Literature, and The Riverstone Press. She’s published three poetry chapbooks with Quelquefois Press and the Kelsay Press recently published three volumes of her poetry. 
She has also appeared in radio programs on NPR and the BBC. Born in Brooklyn in 1947, Barrows has lived in the Bay Area since 1966 (except for three years in London) and is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Berkeley, where she specializes in the treatment of children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. Barrows is also a tenured professor of psychology at the Wright Institute, Berkeley, and is a mother, a grandmother, and companion to a menagerie of dogs, cats and birds.

   Exile (poems) (2015)
   We are the Hunger (poems) (2016)
   Testimony (poems) (2021)

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