The Persistence of a Bathing Suit
by Cristina Trapani-Scott
Cristina Trapani-Scott was born and raised in suburban Detroit. The daughter of a painter, her childhood was influenced by trips to art museums. She has always found solace in the visual arts and seeing the world around her through that lens. She now lives with her family in Northern Colorado where she finds art in the inspiring mountainous landscape.
Cristina Trapani-Scott lives in Northern Colorado. Her poems have been published in Hip Mama Magazine, Mamazine.com, Public-Republic, The Paterson Literary Review as well as in the anthologies Bigger Than They Appear: An Anthology of Very Short Poems, Writers Reading at Sweatwaters, and More Sweet Lemons: International Writings With a Sicilian Accent. She holds an MFA in Writing from Spalding University and currently teaches online.