Patricia Fargnoli, a native of Connecticut, has lived in New Hampshire for the past twenty years. A retired clinical social worker, she is the author of three previous award-winning books of poetry and three chapbooks. A strong supporter of the poetry community, she served as the New Hampshire Poet Laureate from 2006 to 2009 and has taught poetry at The New Hampshire Institute of Art, The Keene State College CALL Program, Road Scholars and privately. She has read her poems widely in New England and has published well over 300 poems in anthologies and literary journals.
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Volume VI in the Hobblebush Granite State Poetry Series. ". . . Such great attention teaches us 'the natural world comes to join you / if you go out to meet it,' and so we come to understand that 'truth is found in silence.' " —Meg Kearney
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An Interview with Patricia Fargnoli
Author Patricia Fargnoli discusses her new book Winter and tells us about her experience as Poet Laureate of New Hampshire.
Patricia Fargnoli reads "Winter"
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