Welcome to Poetry Matters (Lindsay Soberano-Wilson)
Lindsay Soberano-Wilson is a mother of three boys, an English teacher, poet, and editor who is the proud Jewish Canadian granddaughter of Romanian Holocaust survivors and Spanish Moroccan immigrants.
She earned a Bachelor of Honours degree in English and Creative Writing from Concordia University, and a Master of Arts in Literature, and a Bachelor in Education from the University of Toronto.
Her writing explores a range of topics from relationships to mental health to sexuality to travel, feminism, sex-positivity, self-identity, and LGBTQ.
Her first full book of poetry, Hoods of Motherhood: A Collection of Poems (2023)(Prolific Pulse Press LLC) is a book for every woman who has ever had to learn to mother herself the way she mothers others. From recurrent miscarriages to baby's first steps, the poet takes readers on a journey from innocence to experience and empowerment.
She is a member of the Canadian League of Poets and published in journals such as Fine Lines Literary Journal, Canadian Women’s Journal, Poetry Pause, Fresh Voices, Embrace of Dawn and Poetica Magazine.
Her debut chapbook, Casa de mi Corazon: A Travel Journal of Poetry and Memoir (2021) explores inner and outer travel as a means of discovering self-identity as a Jewish Canadian with Spanish Moroccan and Romanian roots.
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Lindsay Soberano-Wilson is the creator of Put It To Rest. Her first full book of poetry, Hoods of Motherhood: A Collection of Poems (Prolific Pulse Press LLC). Casa de mi Corazón: A Travel Journal of Poetry & Memoir is available at lindsaysoberano.com. Find her on Medium, Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok. Lindsay Soberano-Wilson©2024.