Wendy Fulton Steginsky is the author of The Tide of Bermuda’s Light (Aldrich Press, 2014) and Let This Be Enough (Aldrich Press, 2016). She attributes her love for poetry to growing up on the shores of Bermuda where the sea’s rhythms seeped into her bones and stayed. A sense of place is a lasting thread in her life and art.
Her work has been published in two volumes of Bermuda Anthology of Poetry, Bermuda Reading and Writing Festival Companion 2014, courtesy of Read*Write*Bermuda Books and the Buechner Society of Bermuda, Poui, Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing, University of the West Indies, And The Questions Are Enough, Schuylkill Valley Journal of the Arts, US 1 Worksheets, online at tongues of the ocean, Wild River Review, River Heron Review, and featured in a collaborative art and poetry exhibition, Making Magic: Beauty in Word and Image at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pennsylvania (November 2012 through March 2013).
Wendy is an interfaith minister, ordained through One Spirit Interfaith Seminary, New York, NY. She was selected as runner up to the 2017 Bucks County, Pennsylvania Poet Laureate. Currently she resides happily in beautiful Bucks County, PA, returning as often as she can to Bermuda.Paperback: 105 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (March 22, 2019)