Author of ‘Women Who Were Warned‘
Native New Yorker LindaAnn LoSchiavo, a Pushcart Prize, Rhysling Award and Dwarf Stars nominee, is a member of the Science Fiction Poetry Association and The Dramatists Guild of America.
Elgin Award winner “A Route Obscure and Lonely” and “Concupiscent Consumption” are her latest poetry titles.
Forthcoming: a full-length poetry collection by Beacon Books as well as an illustrated collaborative chapbook devoted to Hallowe’en, “Messengers of the Macabre,” co-written with David Davies.
She has been leading a poetry critique group for two years.
Her Texas Guinan documentary won “Best Feature Documentary” at N.Y. Women’s Film Fest (Dec. 2021).
“The thunder polka of a new romance
Began today on my left foot, the one
Believed to lead suggestiveness astray.
True love’s a waltz: it’s measured and mature
Like patience set to action. Dance decodes
The blood, translates the shadows of the soul…”
(Extract from ‘Romance Attacks My Dance Card’)