Susan Bucci Mockler

Susan Bucci Mockler’s poetry has appeared in or is forthcoming from Poet Lore, The Delmarva Review, The Beltway Poetry Quarterly, The Cortland Review, The Paterson Literary Review, Lunch Ticket, Voices in Italian Americana, and the anthology, My Cruel Invention, among others. She also has reviews of books of poetry published in the literary journals, Poet Lore, The Florida Review, and Cloudbank. 

Her poetry chapbook, Noisy Souls, was published by Finishing Line Press. She is a past recipient of a Washington Post Grant in the Arts and a finalist in the 2016 Moving Words contest. She is a poet in the Arlington County school system and teaches writing and literature at a local university. 

She lives in Arlington, VA.

Book Reviews by Susan Bucci Mockler

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Caroline Bock’s hybrid collection, Carry Her Home, could be the collection to read in 2020 for several reasons, most notably because it focuses on family, home, and loss.

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In his 1980 Nobel Lecture, Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz said that the poet’s true vocation is to contemplate Being.