Beth Mulcahy is a poet and writer whose work has appeared in Full House Literary, Roi Faineant Press, Sledgehammer Lit, Rejection Letters, and scissors & spackle, among others. She writes to bridge the gaps between history and the self, between hurt and healing. Beth lives in Ohio with her husband and two children. She works for a company that provides technology to people without natural speech.
My work deals with bridging the gap between generations and self, hurt and healing and explores the place where surviving and enduring morph into thriving and reclaiming. I feel that my work can serve as a reminder that even though things can get shaky, there is a way to firmer ground.