Poet Susan A. Katz To Present At Norwalk Public Library's Indie & Local Author Event November 5th

NORWALK, Conn. - Hartok -- Poet and storyteller Susan A. Katz of Washington, Connecticut, who has just published her fifth book, "Dreaming Missouri", will participate in the Norwalk Public Library's 5th Annual Indie & Local Author Celebration events on Saturday, November 5, 2022, national Indie Author Day.

November 5th will offer an opportunity to bring together Connecticut-wide indie authors such as Katz, and readers for a full day of education, networking, workshops, and more, all in one location.

From 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on November 5th, Katz will offer sales and signings of her newest book, "Dreaming Missouri", at her display table in the main auditorium. "Throughout the day," she commented, "I'll be able to talk with visitors, and writers, and offer all of my five books for sale."

"Dreaming Missouri" was released to bookstores and online on August 31, 2022, by Austin Macauley Publishers, (London, New York). It features a collection of narrative poems that explore how people's lives interconnect, and how 'life impacts life'. Katz explained, "These poems are about the way a place, or person, you've never been to or met, collides with you, and changes you forever.

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"How each step we take brings us closer to a moment in our life that may change it forever. In 'Dreaming Missouri', my ambition is to reveal to the reader how each moment is filled with indelible, occasionally startling, events. Sometimes they happen to you, sometimes they happen to others, and we are irrevocably changed."

From love and loss, from a love that struggles to survive, to children who leave the nest emptied and lonely, to those whose names we read about or hear about on the news, Katz's raw and throbbing collection of poems is destined to draw the reader in and remind him or her about how very vulnerable and susceptible we all are to the hazards of living.

Titles of Katz's more than 100 poems in "Dreaming Missouri" include "Almost Winter", "Mid-Life", "Without Virtue", "The Other Side of Sky", "In the Place of Nothing", "Why She Died", "The Wounded Years", "Aunt Esther at 100", "A Common Womb: Sisters", "The Breath of Butterflies", "Trusting the Silence", "My Map to God", "Something Less Than Perfect", "Other Lives", "The Lie of Leaving", "Blessing".

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A widely, nationally, and internationally published poet, Katz's work has appeared in numerous anthologies, journals, and literary magazines. For information on Susan A. Katz, visit, www.poetladykatz.com (http://www.poetlady.com), and to learn more about where her books can be purchased.

The Norwalk Public Library is located at 1 Belden Avenue in Norwalk, Conn. Their phone is 203- 899-2780. All are welcome to this free event. Visit www.norwalkpl.org.

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