Pandemic Poems is a workshop designed to stir creativity during a time of isolation and lockdown. Maybe you are having trouble being creative- come write about the mundane, the silly and the serious. Let poetry help you be kinder to yourself.
Noelia Cerna is a Latina poet based in Northwest Arkansas. She was born in Costa Rica and immigrated to the United States at the age of 7 where she received a Bachelor’s degree in English from Westminster College in Missouri. Her poems have been published in audio form in Terse. Journal, The Revolution [Relaunch], The North Meridian Review and the Plants and Poetry Journal.
Noelia is the Program Coordinator for the Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE), a reader and poetry feedback editor for Tinderbox Poetry Journal, an assistant poetry editor for Borderlands Texas Poetry Review, an associate editor for Sibling Rivalry Press, an editor for Nomadic Press, a poetry editor with Patchwork Lit Mag, a writing mentor for Pen America’s Prison Writing Mentorship Program and a recent recipient of the PEN America L’Engle-Rahman Prize for Mentorship, the board president and director of the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective, and a writer for Powerful Latinas Rising.
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