A collection of poetry dealing with love, loss and identity by poet/vocalist Lo Galluccio.
SINGING BONE/IBBETSON STREET PRESS
By Lo Galluccio
Chapbook, 40 pages w/ illustrations, $5
“Lo Galluccio is an original and striking voice, based both on the quality of her work and her lyrically pleasing performance style. Her work is an interesting amalgam of the psychological, mythical and musical. Its content is entertaining and challenging at the same time, weaving in toughness and surrealism.”
Carolyn Gregory, poet
“you think by 2004 that everything that’s do-able on the page has been done and then comes Lo Galluccio and creates a whole new word-game…a totally original voice filled with psycho-social realities of contemporary America. It’s act, react, get into the psych-underground and let it flow…”
Hugh Fox, poet, critic, writer and founding member of COSMEP
Lo Galluccio is a writer and vocal artist with published poetry and prose in Lungfull magazine, Night, Out of the Blue Writer’s Unite, Heat City Literary Review, Ibbetson St. Press, the Bagel Bards Anthology I, and more. She is also the poetry editor of the Cambridge Alewife newspaper. Among other venues she’s performed as a poet at St. Mark’s church (Marathon Day reading,) Borders downtown Boston, Mad Poet’s Café in Warwick, R.I. and Toast in Somerville, MA. As a vocal artist she’s produced two CDs, Being Visited, Knitting Factory Works (1997) and Spell on You (self-release) in Boston 2003. Lo is also a Harvard College graduate.
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