Eileen Trauth is a poet, playwright, author and inclusion advocate. She was a college professor for many years, working in Pittsburgh, Boston, and State College, PA, as well as in Europe, Africa, and the Asia Pacific. During that time, she published ten nonfiction books and an award-winning play. Ordinary Time is her debut poetry chapbook. Her poems have appeared in The Boston Poet, Braided Way, Common Threads, Loch Raven Review, The Orchards Poetry Journal, Persimmon Tree, PoetryXHunger, Sheila-Na-Gig, and in several anthologies including Conversations, For A Better World, InsideOut: An Affirming Epiphany, Marriage Lifespan, and Within Us. Eileen is a member of the Greater Cincinnati Writers League, the Ohio Poetry Association, and Fourth Friday International Poetry Group. She lives with her spouse, Kathy Driehaus, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Paperback: 60 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (July 29, 2023)