Stone Soup meets every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 on 138 Tremont Street in St. Paul's Cathedral's Lawrence room (past the receptionist area after entering the cathedral on the right-side entrance). On January 31,we close the moutn out with a feature by Boston poet Linda Carney-Goodrich.
Linda Carney-Goodrich is a writer, teacher, mother and has been among the winners of the Boston Mayor's Poetry Contest, judged by the Boston Poet Laureate in 2014, 2016, 2017, and 2018. Her writing has appeared in Wordgathering, Songs of Eretz Poetry Review, Omnivore, Sojourner, Survival News, It's All About Arts, Spare Change, and Classismblog.
Her poems "Dot Girl" and "Vodka, Beer and Cigarettes" are published in City Of Notions: An Anthology of Contemporary Boston Poems. A former theater artist, Linda performed her one woman shows, The Secret Childhood Diary of a Welfare Mother and My Life in Barbie in a variety of venues throughout New England. She is a former member of Class Acts, Performance Cult and True Story Theater. Linda is owner and operator of Home Scholars of Boston and a long time member of The Hyde Park Poets.