Word Thursdays – Karen Fabiane
April 11 @ 7:00 pm
Born in New York City, Karen Fabiane (Troy, NY) has been writing and performing poetry for more than 45 years. She has been published since 1976 in such small press journals as Bound, Coal, Delaware County Times, Downtown, Greenkill Gallery Broadsheet, Home Planet News, MisFit, Momoware, Newsletter Inago, New Voices, OM, RagShock, Salonika, Title I, Torture House USA, 2, and five different anthologies released by Bright Hill Press, which also published her book, Dancing Bears, in 2011; a 2nd book, Seeing You Again, was published by Grey Book Press in 2014. Her paintings have been exhibited in Seattle, New York City, Washington, DC, and the Capital District of New York (Albany environs) since 1978. Karen recently won a Special Founder’s Award in the Stephen A. DiBiase Poetry Competition (2016), for her poem Now, morning …, and an Honorable Mention (same contest, 2017), for Not My President. Moved from Brooklyn to Delaware County (NY) in 1989, she currently lives in Troy.