Susan Glassmeyer has been imagining poems since childhood when her Kentucky grandfather explained the language and meaning of train whistles. She is the author of Invisible Fish, her first full-length poetry collection forthcoming soon from Dos Madres Press, as well as two chapbooks: Body Matters (Pudding House Publications, 2010) and Cook’s Luck (Finishing Line Press, 2012). Individual poems have found homes in these and other journals: Rattle, Naugatuck River Review, Sixfold, Pine Mountain Sand and Gravel, Dunes Review, The GHAZAL Page, Gratefulness.Org, and Ohio Poetry Association anthologies. Susan is a longtime member of the Greater Cincinnati Writers League and creator of “April Gifts,” a ten-year poetry-sharing project honoring National Poetry Month. She serves as co-director of the Holistic Health Center of Cincinnati where she works as a somatic therapist and Feldenkrais® practitioner, helping people restore the poetry of presence and movement in their lives and bodies.
Susan will be reading for us at @stratfordecologicalcenter
, part of this year's Sun & Moon Poetry Festival. Tickets available in profile.