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LISTEN: Tina Hacker On The Emotional Legacy Of The Holocaust

C.J. Janovy
Tina Hacker

Tina Hacker writes poems based on real events from the Holocaust. Her full-length book of poems, Listening for Night Whistles, was released by Aldrich Press in 2014. Her chapbook, "Cutting It," was published in 2010 by The Lives You Touch Publications. Hacker has served on the board of directors of The Writers Place, has been nominated for Pushcart Prizes and has been a finalist in New Letters and George F. Wedge competitions. She lives in Leawood, Kansas.

All of our WORD readings, including bonus tracks by some poets, are archived on SoundCloud.

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