Banshees, a poetry chapbook by Eileen P. Kennedy, placed second in the Wordwrite Poetry Contest. Banshees is a small collection of poetry based on the themes of aging and death.
Announcement of the winners will appear on KarmaKindler.com and KnightandGreyPublishing.com.
The LiveOakReview.net will feature a promotion of the contest results which will include the judges’ comments of praise for the winning titles.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Eileen P. Kennedy has been writing since she was eight years old. Her publications include nonfiction, fiction, children’s stories, poetry, and an academic book. Her poetry has appeared in more than 25 national and international journals, on-line publications and magazines.
She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri, a master’s degree from Brooklyn College and a doctorate from Fordham University. Her current faculty position is at the City University of New York/Kingsborough. She has been awarded residencies at the Hambridge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences, the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, and multiple times at the Julia and David White Artists’ Colony. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.
More about her and her publications at EileenPKennedy.com.