Lorraine Rose


Author's Bio

Award-winning poet Lorraine Rose (formerly Cipriano) enjoys writing poetry that focuses on various themes such as steam punk, Buddhism, and feminism. She currently lives with her family in Toledo, Ohio. She has been published in the "Toledo Poetry Project: Volume 1 Issue 3" by Mara Dauterman and the following publications by Writing Knights Press: "The Squire: Grand Tournament III Anthology", "Page-A-Day Poetry Anthology 2015", "1,000 Paper Cranes", "Writing Knights Press 2014 Anthology" and "The Squire: Grand Tournament IV Anthology". In November 2014, she released a chapbook titled "Unbound" by Writing Knights Press. She also has a mini-chapbook, "Haikus Gone Wild", that is printed and distributed for free by Poems for All.

Publications & Prizes

Grand Tournament IV Anthology (Writing Knights Press, 2015)
The Squire: 1,000 Paper Cranes (Writing Knights Press, 2015)
Grand Tournament III Anthology (Writing Knights Press, 2014)
Page-A-Day Anthology (Writing Knights Press, 2014)
Poetry 4 Food III FourPlay #18 (Writing Knights Press, 2014)
Haikus Gone Wild (Poems-For-All, 2015)
Prizes won: 

Voted 2013 Best Literary Artist of Toledo by the Toledo City Paper

Won 2016 Poet of the Year IALA Legacy Award

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Philadelphia, PA
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Last update: Dec 07, 2020