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Person Detail: Ruth Lisa Schechter

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General Information:
Full Name: Ruth Lisa Schechter
Biography:
(1917-1989) Poet. Ruth Lisa Schechter was born in Boston, Massachusetts, grew up in New York City, and spent most of her life working in New York City hospitals. She was the mother of the writer Danny Schechter.
Author's Timeline:
1917 (Unknown) County
Ruth Lisa Lubin was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1917. 
1989 (Unknown) County
Ruth Lisa Schechter died in 1989. 
1969 (Unknown) County
Near The Wall of Lion Shadows
(Pub: Syracuse, New York: The Salt Mound Press ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1972 (Unknown) County
Suddenly Thunder
(Pub: Barlenmir House ISBN: 0879290048 / 978-0879290047)
Collection of poetry.  
1986 (Unknown) County
Chords & Other Poems
(Pub: Chantry Press ISBN: 978-0941608060 / 0941608069)
Collection of poetry.  
1972 (Unknown) County
Offshore
(Pub: Barlenmir House ISBN: 0879290366 / 978-0879290368)
Collection of poetry.  
1983 (Unknown) County
Speedway: Poems
(Pub: Chantry Press ISBN: 0941608034 / 978-0941608039)
Collection of poetry.  
1979 (Unknown) County
Clockworks
(Pub: Barlenmir House ISBN: 0879290609 / 978-0879290603)
Collection of poetry.  
1977 (Unknown) County
Moving Closer - New and Selected Poems
(Pub: New York: Catalyst Press ISBN: )
Collection of poetry.  
1989 (Unknown) County
Many Rooms In A Winter Night
(Pub: Croton Review Press ISBN: )
Collection of poetry.  
1978 (Unknown) County
Double Exposure
(Pub: Barlenmir House Publishers ISBN: 9780879290665)
Collection of poetry written with Paul Kaufman.  
1989 (Unknown) County
Twelve Arrangements For A Japanese Tea Garden / Haiku
(Pub: Croton On Hudson, New York: Croton Review Press ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
? New York County
Ms. Schechter lived and worked most of her life in New York City. 
? Westchester County
Ms. Schechter lived the last fifteen years of her life in Croton On Hudson, New York, where she founded the Croton Council of the Arts. 

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