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Louis Daniel Brodsky passed away on June 16th, 2014, after an 18-month battle with brain cancer. Click here to read his obituary.

 



Archived information:

° Click here to read an article about Brodsky's Lake Nebagamon Trilogy; it's by Professor Jim Carothers, from the University of Kansas (April, 2012).

° Dine-Rite: Breakfast Poems (2009) was recently reviewed by Charles Rammelkamp in the online magazine Chamber Four (February, 2012). Click here to read the article.



° Chamber Four, an online magazine, selected At Dock's End: Poems of Lake Nebagamon, Volume Two as one of the Best Books of 2011 (November, 2011).

 

° Many of Brodsky's books have been converted to e-book formats. Check them out on Amazon, Apple, and other e-book platforms.

 

° Brodsky's Holocaust book, entitled Rabbi Auschwitz: Poems of the Shoah, was reviewed in the St. Louis Jewish Light newspaper (April, 2010). Here is a link to the review.

 


° Brodsky's book of poetry, Still Wandering in the Wilderness: Poems of the Jewish Diaspora, was published by Time Being Books, in February, 2008. Click here to read a review by Robert A. Cohn, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of the St. Louis Jewish Light.

       

° David Herrle, editor of SubtleTea.com, has written notes on The World

        Waiting to Be. Click here to read what he has to say.

 

° An essay on my Camp Nebagamon poems was presented by Robert W. Hamblin, at the College English Association's annual meeting, in March. To read his paper, click here.

 

 ° Someone asked Brodsky's advice on getting poetry published. Click here to read his response.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   
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