Judith Emlyn Johnson

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Judith Emlyn Johnson (formerly Judith Johnson Sherwin) (born 1936) is an American poet.

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She graduated from Barnard College cum laude. She studied at Columbia University, Radcliffe College, and the Juilliard School of Music.

She teaches at State University of New York at Albany.[1] She was President of the Board of Association of Writers & Writing Programs, and President of the Poetry Society of America.[2] She edited 13th Moon,[3] and published The Little Magazine.[4]

Her work appeared in Atlantic Monthly, Chelsea, Harper's,[5] Ms., New York Times, Nimrod, Playboy. Her intermedia installation / performance piece, "Friedrich Liebermann, American Artist," has been widely exhibited, and is now being developed as a multi-media cd-rom novel. Her play manuscript "Belisa's Love" is in the Princeton University archives.[6]

She lives in New York City.[7]

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