On this episode of the Burial Plot, we spent some time with writer Patty Tomsky!
Tomsky works in journalism as a copywriter and editor. Her work has been published in Kota Press, Paterson Literary Review, Small Change News, U.S. 1 Worksheets, FemZine UK and elsewhere. She is a two-time recipient (honorable mention and Third Place) of the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Prize; was included in the Adirondack Center for the Arts Poetry Village 2020 public poetry installation at Saranac Lake; is included in Story Cities: A City Guide for the Imagination from Arachne Press (2018) and the anthology No Spider Harmed in the Making of this Book Arachne Press (2020); was awarded a Pikes Peak Arts Council grant for Rock n Roll Hootchie Koo, a rock-based, multimedia poetry reading and art installation; published Take Back the Night (2017) an LGBTQIA paranormal adventure about a possessed Bowie-esque rock star and a concert at the end of the world.
She won the jury prize for Commonwheel's gallery show, Responding to Climate Change Through Art, with her chapbook, Elementals. Her non-fiction books include How to Sell, Minimalism in the Home and Customer Service Magic. She holds an MFA in Fiction with a minor in CNF at the Mile High MFA at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. She lives in Colorado Springs with a striped cat, a pekepom, a partner, the rare friendly teen and plants she barely keeps alive.
To find out more, visit her at- www.Pattytomsky.com
If you loved the story she read (BOY WE DID!!) you can find the book here: https://arachnepress.com/books/short-stories/story-cities/
Brenda is here: https://brendatolian.com/
Joy is here: https://www.joyyehle.com/
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