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Birthplace: Falmouth, MA, U.S.A.
Raised in: Rochester, NY
Years Active: 1978-Present
Agent: Jim Levine
Ruth Forman is an American poet and a former voice-actor.
She graduated from University of California, Berkeley and University of Southern California film school.
She lives in Los Angeles.
Voice on Super Friends
- As the voice of Giganta for the entire 3rd season (1978) and in the 1983 Short, Two Gleeks Are Deadlier Than One.
- Do Not Go Gently (2007) .... Herself
- "Poetry Should Ride the Bus," by Ruth Forman, found at David Knecht's Electronic Portfolio
- "Callin out the Moon," at NPR
- "Prayers Like Shoes," at NPR
- "National Treasures," at NPR
- Renaissance. Beacon Press. 1998. ISBN 9780807068403.
- We Are the Young Magicians. Beacon Press. 1993. ISBN 9780807068205.
- Young Cornrows Callin Out the Moon. Illustrator Cbabi Bayoc. Children's Book Press. 2007. ISBN 9780892392186.
- Kalamu ya Salaam, ed (1998). 360, a revolution of Black poets. Black Words. ISBN 9780739415856.
- Gerald Costanzo, Jim Daniels, ed (2000). American poetry: the next generation. Carnegie Mellon University Press. ISBN 9780887483431.
- Norman Minnick, ed. Between Water and Song: New Poets for the Twenty-First Century. White Pine Press. ISBN 9781935210078.
- 2001 Durfee Artist Fellowship to continue work on Mama John, her first novel
- 1999 Pen Oakland Josephine Miles Award for Poetry.
- 1992 Barnard Women Poets Prize
- Ruth Forman at Voice Chasers
- Ruth Forman at the Internet Movie Database
- Ruth Forman at Wikipedia
- Article on Ruth Forman, enttled, 'Take a seat', by olufunke moses at IndyWeek.com
- Ruth Forman's Facebook Page
- Ruth Forman's MySpace Page
- ↑ Revealed on Ruth Forman's Page at June Jordan's Poetry for the People @ UC Berkeley
- ↑ Revealed on Ruth Forman's Page at Poetry and Writers