Vivian Kearney

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Poetry Collections: “And Yet, A Relationship in Verse” (2012), “Dance With the Red-Gold Sun” (2013), “Seeking Signs, Finding Wonders” (2014), “The Unfathomable: Holocaust and After” (2015), “On God’s River of Time” (2016), “Its Promising Branches” (2017), “Bearing Clues – Mysteries of Objects” (2017), “Voices: Spoken, Written” (2017).

Vivian (Aviva) Kearney was born in Poland, and raised in Paris and Montreal. She is a retired teacher of French, Latin, English and Spanish. She is now a substitute teacher and also teaches French for an adult community program. She has written poems since she was l8, has published seven books of poems entitled “Flowers of Wonder”, “Dance with the Red-Gold Sun” (2013), “Seeking Signs, Finding Wonders” (2014), “The Unfathomable: Holocaust and After” (2015), “On God’s River of Time” (2016), “Its Promising Branches”(2017), “Bearing Clues – Mysteries of Objects” (2017), “Voices: Spoken, Written” (2017), and co-authored a book of poems, “And Yet, A Relationship in Verse” (2012), with her husband, Milo Kearney. Her poems have also been published in different publications, including the Journal of Texas Teachers of Foreign Languages, Voices de la Luna Magazine, Anthology of the Rio Grande Valley International Poetry Festival, Studies in Border History, Interstice, VIA Poetry Program (Celebrating Poetry Month on the city buses of San Antonio). Vivian and Milo participate in several poetry groups in San Antonio, Texas.