McGoldrick, Patricia

Hiking through the wildflowers at UNESCO Heritage Site L'Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland. Photo by Eric Goldberg
Hiking through the wildflowers at UNESCO Heritage Site L’Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland. Photo by Eric Goldberg

Patricia McGoldrick is a Kitchener, ON, Canada poet and writer inspired by the everyday. Patricia is a member of The Ontario Poetry Society and the League of Canadian Poets. She blogs at More Words & Pics at patriciamcgoldrick.com. Follow her on Twitter @pmcgoldrick27.

As a poet, Patricia has been inspired by classical poets such as William Blake along with modern poets, including Carol Shields. She shared her thoughts on these poets at Gnarled Oak Issue 7 Dear Friends (“The Oldies Issue”) and in Week 39 of a year-long Celebration of Canadian Poetry by Brick Books.

Recent publications include poems: “Limerick on Laundry” plus “haiku on home” in Verse Afire print issues; online issue of Red Wolf Journal posted Urban Upcycling.

Other work includes:

Essay “Secrets and Clues and Mysteries, Oh My!” published in Nancy Drew Anthology, Silver Birch Press, 2016

Poem “Simple is Best” at Red Wolf Journal

Essay on moving, “Snow, Snow and More Snow!”

Haiku on black in Verse Afire in Volume 3 Sept to Dec. 2016

“Morning Crisp at the Cottage” – A Poem by Patricia McGoldrick

 

CommuterLit posts:

Neighbourhood Find, Spices of Childhood, Haiku on Winter

Summer Aglow, Badminton in the Barn, Farm Fields

A Hand Up

Summer Shorts, Visitors, haiku

Poetic Leaves of Autumn (6 short poems)