Crossing Pathways with Poet Abigail Lorraine Pillitteri

16 Nov

Sometimes I feel immensely lucky as people of extraordinary mind cross my pathway and beautify it with poetry. Having become acquainted with Abigail Lorraine Pillitteri is no exception! The depth of her thinking is not lost for a lack of light-heartedness, and the breadth of her word-weaving capabilities guarantees the enjoyment of patrons of all types of poetry, from sonnet to haiku to all measure of free-verse.

Ms. Pillitteri knows that dreams do not happen unless we take (or make) opportunities to see them through. She has been working with a fearless approach toward her dream of publishing her first book of poetry. Read more about it here, and watch her video in which she recites her favorite poem (“Brewing”) from her forthcoming book of the same title.

Support living poets, and the world will be more beautiful for it!

Abigail Lorraine Pillitteri has performed poems at Bowery Poetry Club in New York City, The Newark Arts Alliance in Newark, Delaware and various coffee shops, bars and living rooms across the nation. Abby has worked as a science writer for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. She received her Master of Science in Physics at the University of Delaware and published a thesis titled Modern Physics Written for the Layman. She earned her Bachelor of Science at Boston College with majors in Physics and Philosophy. Abigail has a passion for poetry. Her writing has appeared in Boston College’s literary and art magazine, The Stylus and essay journal, Dialogue. She grew grows up in New Jersey. Brewing is her first full-length book of poetry, and it is available at her website:

(Christina hopes to one day clink coffee mugs and discuss Physics and Philosophy 101 with this lovely and talented poet.)

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