6/8 Women's Words: P.A. Pashibin

Jun 5, 2014

Women's Words on Sunday, June 8, 2014 featured P.A. Pashibin of Cotton, MN reading two poems, "The Murderous Crows of London Road," and "Translating Clover."

6/8 Women's Words: P.A. Pashibin

P. A. Pashibin (aka Paulette Warren) is a poet and visual artist. She received her MFA in writing from Hamline University's College of Liberal Studies, 2008, and was selected to study with poet Ted Kooser in UMD's advanced writing workshop, summer, 2008. Her poetry and essays have appeared in numerous anthologies and literary journals most recently Pr?of Magazine and Mom Egg Review. She has self-published four limited-edition poetry chapbooks.

Pashibin is currently working on a collection of three dimensional "pages" that bring together her poems, photographs, collage works, paintings, and found objects as picasiette mosaics.

She is a member and/or supporter of The Loft Literary Center, Lake Superior Writers, Minnesota Poetry Therapy Network, Peace Writers, Superior Council for the Arts, and the Spirit Lake Poetry Series.