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Vilma Olsvary Ginzberg was the fifth Healdsburg [CA] Literary Laureate [2008/2009]. Active in the Healdsburg Literary Guild for over a decade, she hosted the Guild's monthly Third Sunday Salon 2007-2012. A retired psychologist, she turned to writing in earnest late in life, and since 2004 has published four books of poetry: Colors of Glass in 2004, Murmurs & Outcries in 2007, Snake Pit in 2010, and I Don't Know How to Do This, poems on aging, in 2011, which is also in DVD and CD form. In addition, she was co-editor, with Doug Stout, of the anthology Present at the Creation, 2006, a publication of the Healdsburg Literary Guild. Her work has appeared in anthologies: Present at the Creation, 2006, A Day in the Life of Healdsburg, 2007, Sometimes in the Open, 2009, When the Muse Calls, 2009, and Continent of Light, 2011. One of her family stories, The Christmas Lesson, was dramatized by The Imaginists theater group in 2007. A video of her reading of one of her poems, Ask Any Woman, was part of a SlaughterhouseSpace multimedia art installation in 2008. She has completed the first volume of her memoirs, When the Iris Blooms, and continues writing the second, Mostly Roses. She is proud to be an active poet with the 100 Thousand Poets for Change, www.100thousandpoetsforchange.com.

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