avatar for Ginny Lowe Connors

Ginny Lowe Connors

Grayson Books
West Hartford, Connecticut
Ginny Lowe Connors is the author of a chapbook and four full-length poetry collections, the most recent of which is Without Goodbyes: From Puritan Deerfield to Mohawk Kahnawake(Turning Point, 2021). Her poetry collection Toward the Hanging Tree:Voices of Salem Village is described by historian Richard Trask as a "delightful collection of poems relating to the entire story of the Massachusetts witchcraft outbreak of 1692." Among her awards are the Sunken Garden Poetry Prize, Atlanta Review's Grand Prize, and the Founder's Award, the National Federation of State Poetry Society's highest award among its annual poetry contests. In 2018, she was named winner of Passage's annual Poetry Contest. She holds an MFA in poetry from Vermont College of Fine Arts. As publisher of her own press, Grayson Books, Connors has edited a number of poetry anthologies, including Forgotten Women: A Tribute in Poetry. A Board Member of the Connecticut Poetry Society, she is co-editor of Connecticut River Review.