Book Signing with Magdalena Gómez

The Springfield Symphony Orchestra was honored to have Magdalena Gómez write and perform a new poem entitled "The Meta/physics of Remembrance" for their Audacity of Hope concert in January. That piece has now been incorporated into a book of the same name that Magdalena will be signing before the Fearless Women concert on March 11. 

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Magdalena Gómez was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. She studied English and Theater at Lehman College, and Spanish Literature at the University of Sevilla, Spain. She is the author of Shameless Woman (Red Sugarcane Press, 2014) and the co-editor of Bullying: Replies, Rebuttals, Confessions and Catharsis (Skyhorse Publishing, 2012). Her panoramic poem, Mother to a Stranger’s Child (can I get a witness?), is the focus of a new orchestral work by Maestro Kevin Scott, planned for a Springfield premiere in 2022. The recipient of the New England Public Radio Arts and Humanities Award, Gómez is currently a member of the COVID-19 Cultural Impact Commission for the State of Massachusetts. The Poet Laureate of Springfield, Massachusetts from 2019 to 2022, she received an Academy of American Poets Fellowship in 2021.