Lindsay Soberano Wilson’s debut full-length poetry collection, Hoods of Motherhood (Prolific Pulse Press) celebrates those who ever had to learn how to love themselves the way they love others.
As a high school English teacher and editor of Put It To Rest, a mental health magazine, Lindsay believes in writing poetry and prose to put personal stories to rest--to write it out to let it go!
Her chapbook, Casa de mi Corazón: A Travel Journal of Poetry and Memoir, explores how her sense of community, Canadian Jewish identity, and home was shaped by travel.
Lindsay’s poems have appeared in Fine Lines Journal, Embrace of Dawn, Poetry 365, Fevers of the Mind, PoetryPause, Quills Erotic Canadian Poetry Magazine, Canadian Woman Studies Journal, Running with Scissors, and Poetica Magazine.
She holds a MA in English Literature and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto, and an Honours BA in Creative Writing and English from Concordia University.
She recently earned a scholarship for Canadian Teachers of Yad Vashem for Holocaust Studies in Jerusalem, Israel this summer. While there, she will also be conducting research for her next project on telling her grandmother's Holocaust survival story.
She is a Member of the Canadian League of Poets.