The Blog Formerly Known As Practical Paralegalism
“If you write in a closet, it may be clear to you but you have no idea how it’s going to be perceived when you read it to 20 people. Getting together with other poets helps you edit and understand your voice. The feedback aspect is priceless.” ~ Eileen D’Angelo, “a paralegal by day and a mad poet by night” and the director of the Mad Poets Society in Media, Pennsylvania.
D’Angelo’s biography at the Mad Poets Society website reveals an accomplished artist who has been nominated for a Governor’s Award in the Arts and a Pushcart Prize in Poetry. A full-time paralegal employed by Harris and Smith, she is a graduate of Main Line Paralegal Institute. She is also a passionate advocate for domestic abuse awareness.
Source: Delco News Network