Rhea Tregebov is the author of seven collections of poetry, most recently All Souls’, which was released by Signal Editions / Véhicule Press in 2012. Her poetry has received a number of awards, including the Pat Lowther Award for her first book, Remembering History, as well as The Malahat Review Long Poem Award, honorary mention in the National Magazine Awards, and the Prairie Schooner Reader’s Choice Prize. For a statement on her approach to poetry, see her translation of Pablo Neruda’s “Poetry”.
The Strength of Materials
Wolsak and Wynn (2001)
Mapping the Chaos
Signal Editions / Véhicule Press (1995)
The Proving Grounds
Signal Editions / Véhicule Press (1991)
No One We Know
Mercury / Aya Press (1986)
Guernica Edition (1982)
Read “Gender, Jewish Identity and Cultural Memory in the Poetry of Rhea Tregebov” by Donna Hollenberg.