Dorothea Grossman lives, works and writes in Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in numerous poetry journals and magazines. She is the author of “Cuttings: Selected Poetry 1978-1988”, “Poems From Cave 17”, and “Museum of Rain” published by Take Out Publications in 2001. The First Time I Ate Sushi was published by Zerx Press in 2008.
"I have to tell you", "Noon Concert", "I knew something was wrong", "I allow myself", and "It is not so much that I miss you" first appeared in the March 2010 issue of Poetry Magazine.
Dorothea Grossman is featured in Edition: Refresh!