A virtual Thirsty Lab with Catherine Zebrowski
October 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Since May 2020, the WCPA has helped a few community poetry readings with virtual events. The Thirsty Lab poetry reading, normally based out of Princeton, Mass., was one of our first. On Tuesday, October 26, 2021, Catherine Zebrowski will be the featured reader.
Visit the Zoom registration link to receive information on how to join the reading. Zoom will send you an e-mail with the meeting details and a link to join.
Catherine Zebrowski has been writing poetry, fiction, and an occasional play for most of her life and has had two chapbooks of poetry self-published through LULU inspired by Irish family history. She spent most of 2020 working on a full-length volume, “Pursuing an unearthly garden”, that could be poems of healing and aging. In 2016, she had my first novel, “Sleepwalking Backwards”, published through TouchPoint Press. Her second novel, “Through a Bakery Window”, loosely based on a true crime story that took place in Worcester County in 1898-99, was just released through the same company on October 20th. Catherine is currently working on a third novel called, “Grace above the Lake”, which begins in the summer of 1939 at White City on Lake Quinsigamond when it was an amusement park.