Barbara P. Greenbaum has an MFA from the University of Southern Maine, Stonecoast. She taught creative writing at Arts at the Capitol Theater, a public magnet high school in Willimantic, Connecticut.
Her work has been published in Arcturus, Clementine Unbound, The Lascaux Review, The Louisville Review, Main Street Rag, and The Massachusetts Review, among many others. She often uses the pen name B. P. Greenbaum. A long-time New Englander, she and her husband now live in Winston-Salem, NC, with their ancient terrier.
About the Author
- Steve R. Veilleux, Writer and Author of Event Horizon
In what may be her most compelling piece, “Dancing with Daddy”, Barbara provides a lingering reminder of all that life has to offer - security, love, joy, and sadness. The beautiful, slow video continues to play long after reading.
Barbara Greenbaum’s The Last Thing offers the reader a seat at the head of her finely-crafted table where she serves up a feast of memories. Savor these rich courses that are well-seasoned with life lessons of longing, of grief, and ultimately of hope. Greenbaum’s collection of poetry is so deliciously universal it will satisfy long after the last syllable is digested.
~ Victoria Nordlund,
author of Binge Watching Winter on Mute and Wine-Dark Sea
I am so thrilled to announce that Main Street Rag Publishing Company has decided to publish my book The Last Thing.
The book is now available for purchase
This will take you to Main Street Rags website, where you get a copy.
634 W 4th St #110
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Poetry at the Arts of Tolland,
22 Tolland Green, Tolland, CT 06084
w/ Victoria Nordlund & Pegi Dietz Shea.
9705 Sam Furr Rd. Suite A
Huntersville, NC. 28078
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