Judith Serin's collection of poetry, Hiding in the World, was published by Diane di Prima's Eidolon Editions, and her Days Without (Sky): A Poem Tarot, seventy-eight short prose poems in the form of a tarot deck with illustration and book art design by Nikki Thompson, was published by Deconstructed Artichoke Press. She writes fiction as well as poetry, and her work has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including Bachy, The Ohio Journal, Writer's Forum, Nebraska Review, Woman's World, Colorado State Review, and Barnabe Mountain Review. Most recently she has published prose poems/memoirs in the anthologies Proposing on the Brooklyn Bridge (Grayson Books), When Last on the Mountain (Holy Cow! Press), and Impact (Telling Our Stories Press); in the journals The Paterson Literary Review, First Intensity, Paragraph, and the blink; and in a chapbook of nine prose poems, Family Stories (Deconstructed Artichoke Press). She has been teaching literature and creative writing at California College of the Arts since 1980 and lives in San Francisco with her husband, Herbert Yee.