LindaAnn LoSchiavo


New York, NY 10011

Author's Bio

LindaAnn LoSchiavo is a dramatist, writer, and formalist.
Her poetry collections "Conflicted Excitement" [Red Wolf Editions, 2018], "Concupiscent Consumption" [Red Ferret Press, 2020], and "A Route Obscure and Lonely"' [Wapshott Press, 2020] along with her collaborative book on prejudice [Macmillan in the USA, Aracne Editions in Italy] are her latest titles. She is a member of The Dramatists Guild and SFPA [Science Fiction Poetry Association].
  * * Interview -- -- in The Poet Magazine -- --   * * Interview -- -- for "Women in Horror Month" -- --   * * Poetry Book review -- -- by Krishan Coupland, Neon [U.K.] 

Publications & Prizes

SUICIDE: A collection of poetry and short prose from writers around the world on the themes of suicide and self-harm (CreateSpace, 2019)
Empowerment: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Personal Growth & Empowerment (CreateSpace, 2018)
Eros: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Desire and the Erotic (CreateSpace, 2018)
The Elements: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Earth, Air, Water and Fire (CreateSpace, 2018)
Betrayal: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Betrayal and Being Betrayed (CreateSpace, 2017)
Happy: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Happiness and Being Happy (CreateSpace, 2017)
The Seasons: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter (CreateSpace, 2017)
War: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on the Bravery and Horror of War (CreateSpace, 2017)
Sweet Lemons: Writings With a Sicilian Accent (Legas, 2004)
A Route Obscure and Lonely (Wapshott Press, 2019)
Bewildering Stories
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Chronogram Magazine
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Ink & Letters
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Iron Horse Literary Review
Italian Americana
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Mused BellaOnline Literary Review
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Poet Magazine
Red Wolf Journal
Voices in Italian Americana
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White Wall Review
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Wax Poetry & Arts [Canada, 2018]

Personal Favorites

Favorite authors: 
Traditionalists and sonneteers such as William IX of Aquitaine, Chaucer, Christine de Pizan, Marie de France, Froissart, Dante Alighieri, Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Byron, Shelley, Lewis Carroll, Tennyson, Thomas Hardy, Robert Frost, et al. New Formalists such as Dana Gioia, Jane Greer, Marilyn Hacker, A.M. Juster, Phillis Levin, Charles Martin, David Mason, Mary Oliver, Michael Palma, Molly Peacock, and Richard Wilbur.

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Brooklyn, NY
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New York, NY
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Last update: Mar 06, 2020