Renée M. Sgroi is a poet whose current work centers on explorations of identity, loss, and the fissures of language in contemporary society. She draws inspiration from nature for metaphors that reveal the dynamic qualities and complexities of human relationships.
Renée’s work has appeared in Canadian journals and anthologies, including Prairie Fire, The Prairie Journal, The Banister, and Verse Afire. She is an Associate Member of the League of Canadian Poets (poets.ca), President of the Brooklin Poetry Society (https://brooklinpoetrysociety.com) as well as a member of the Association of Italian Canadian Writers (www.aicw.ca) and the Writers’ Community of Durham Region (http://wcdr.ca/wcdr/).
Renée recently edited an anthology of poetry for the Brooklin Poetry Society, Written Tenfold (Toronto: Poetry Friendly Press). In addition to revising a chapbook manuscript, she is working on a second novel manuscript, as she searches for a good home for her first one.