Lee Woodman has a distinguished career in writing and media production, and held senior leadership positions at the Smithsonian Institution for twenty years. Her radio and film awards include five CINEs, two NY International Film Blue Ribbons, and three Gracies from American Women in Radio and Television. Her poems and essays have appeared in Zocalo Public Square “What it Means to be American” and Tiferet Journal. Sights and smells of an international childhood, sly humor, and themes of memory and intimacy flavor her poetry.
Home Lee Woodman
Trending on TIFERET
The following essay appears in our Autumn/Winter 2019 issue. Purchase this single issue in print or digital format to continue reading the Faust's essay and more. There are many...