June 6: Rachael Eisenberg Features at Stone Soup


Stone Soup Poetry meets every Monday from 7-9 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery, now at its new location at 541 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square Cambridge, Massachusetts. On June 6, we welcome Rachael Eisenberg for her first poetry feature.  

Having her first poem published at the age of eight, Rachael Eisenberg is an avid boat enthusiast. She grew up in Nova Scotia, going to a school called Landmark East, because of her learning disability. Rachael has an Associate’s Degree in Television Broadcasting and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (from The New England Institute of Art and Eastern Nazarene College, respectively). After getting her Bachelor’s Degree, Rachael went on to publish he first full-length book of poetry, Poetic License. She continued to attend academic lectures at Harvard Extension School and Harvard Summer School. Rachael received an A in graduate studies, from Harvard Summer School, when she took a class on psychopathy. She studied psychopaths (a part of forensic psychology). Now, she has published her second full-length book of poetry, called, Nothing to Write Home About. And she is also looking forward to completing a master’s degree (if possible) from Harvard Extension School, in the field of psychology.