constance bacchus

Poet

Author's Bio

Constance Bacchus was born in central Washington state and has continued to be drawn to the area. Her writing often includes  aspects of the Pacific Northwest that she feels a particularly strong connection to such as the wildlife and native plants, the weather.
 

Her latest little chapbook, swirl, has deceptively cool poetry about storms. In it, Ms. Bacchus  adds the never before published rain poems written especially for her daughter during a power outage in Cascade Valley near Moses Lake.

 

Publications & Prizes

Books:
rv parks & politics (Kindle Singles, 2021)
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swirl (Kindle Singles, 2021)
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Lethe (Cyberwit.net, 2020)
Journals: ,
Cirque
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Crêpe & Penn
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Mark Literary Review
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Mojave Heart Review
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Rising Phoenix Review
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Talking About Strawberries All of the Time

Personal Favorites

Favorite authors: 
e.e. cummings, Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, Stephen King, Judy Reeves, Lord Tennyson, Emily Dickinson, Vera and Bill Cleaver, Preston & Child, Mary Austin, Charles Simic, John Steinbeck, Richard Adams
What I'm reading now: 
East of Eden by John Steinbeck

More Information

Born in: 
WA
Washington
Raised in: 
WA
Washington
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Last update: Jun 02, 2021