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Phyllis Beck Katz is poet, scholar, and teacher. She has published two poetry collections, All Roads Go Where They Will (2010) and Migrations (2013), both by Antrim House Press. Her poems have appeared in many journals including The Connecticut River Review, The New England Anthology, Ekphrasis, Bloodroot Literary Magazine, The Salon, and Oberon. She is the winner of the 2014 Oberon Poetry Prize for her poem “Emily Dickinson’s Gorgeous Nothings,” and was the runner up for the Sunapee Center for the Arts contest “Poetry Born from Music” for “Reflections on Fauré’s Requiem, 2015.