"In The Museum Sculpture Garden" My poem interpreted by SSU dancer and choreographer Lindsay McGovern for the Massachusetts Poetry Festival 2021:Read Now
I am excited to announce that I will give a reading and a brief talk along with other Hamilton alums on Saturday, June 8th in Clinton, New York in the Sadove Living Room near the bookstore. I hope I can find it! I haven't returned since my May, 1980 graduation when poet Howard Nemerov spoke.
I’m excited to let you know that my work is being featured in the latest issue of Mom Egg Review.
Mom Egg Review Vol. 14 “Change” is a unique literary collection about motherhood focusing on change. It contains short fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction by the best mother writers from around the world, and by others, writing about motherhood as it intersects with change, global and local.
You can read more about MER and find additional features, book reviews, interviews, submissions info and more at http://www.momeggreview.com.
The issue launches this April, but copies are available now. As a contributor, I can invite friends and family to purchase copies at a discounted MER Community rate of $15 (cover price is $18). Click the link for more info or if you would like order a copy for yourself or as a gift. http://themomegg.com/themomegg/Community_Rate_2016.html
All the best,
So excited to be a featured poet at the renowned Out of the Blue Gallery on Friday April 8th at 7:30 p.m.
It's located at 541 Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge.
Open mic to follow! Bring yourselves! Bring your poetry!
A generative writing workshop to explore the losses and gains of caretaking those we love
Looking forward so much to be reading with two of the most wonderful poets on the Northshore - Colleen Michaels and Cindy Veach!! Please join us on July 17th.
Elisabeth Weiss and Tim Quigley
Wednesday, October 14 1:45 pm Metro Room, Ellison Campus Center
Join us for a provocative panel discussion on Second Wave Feminism and Women's Poetry.
Elisabeth Weiss is a perpetual beginner, a poet who stopped and started writing many times because of disability, raising children, and working long hours. It's a great joy to return to poetry in recent years, after a long absence, and to join a supportive, strong group of writers, friends, students, and colleagues on the North Shore of Boston.