What They Say
Former Poet Laureate of New Hampshire Patricia Fargnoli says that Cynthia’s poems are “acts of connectedness”.
In The New York Press, Joshua Cohen called her poems “winged, sacred things”. Noting her tendency to be from everywhere, he wrote: “While she might live in the borough of kings, her sun still rises in the west, bringing with it precious breathing room – an enormous clear blue sky – largely absent from northeasterly poetics.”
Read a recent poem, “Unbroken”, here.
Cynthia’s first book of poems, Endangered Species, was published in 2005 by Wind River Press.
Her story “To Annette” was included in the 9/11 anthology Hold the Door for Others. Read “To Annette” here.
Her flash fiction piece “Mother Nature Hangs Herself in Times Square” appeared in Amy Fusselman’s online journal Surgery of Modern Warfare. Read it here.
Cynthia has been featured in The New York Press, Drama-Logue, In Theater, The Star Ledger, Edge NY, Blade News, and various other places.