Renee Sigel's Writings
Harvest International: A Literary Journal (Fall / Winter2006 - 2007)
Amid the salmon and the apricot dipped in a bowl of midnight ink, Your tongue cuts to the quick spelling out the fable upon which you tell me I have set the table of my life's journey: You speak of mysteries beckoning an audience with me but my dreams line games of solitaire between orange moons hung stealthily in the african sky: I wonder which equinox it was...
She has dealt with (this) exile by delving deep into the written word, both in fiction and in poetry. The exploration of her prose, which is also excellent, comparing with the works of Alexander Solzhenitsyn, si for another time. In her poetry we find a combination of eloquence and love for the English language that approaches that of T.S.Eliot. (Roger Humes, Curator Other Voices)”
—Preface, Sexions, selections from life and love
I was born and educated in South Africa during the 'golden era' of Apartheid. I grew up somewhere between the stables, the stage and the dance studio. My young world was shaped by storytellers yet, I would never have considered writing at all had it not been...
Causes Renee Sigel Supports
The Grossman Burn Unit