THE MORNING POET
THE POETRY OF CHRISTIA MADACSI HOFFMAN
Inspired by a friend’s daily photography series, Christia Madacsi Hoffman set an intention to write a minimum of two lines of verse per day for 365 days. Four years and thousands of lines later, the result is her debut collection of poetry, Intent. Throughout, Hoffman reveals an accessible and insightful poetic voice as she explores the universal themes of place, beauty, youth, and family. Her moving reflections remind us there is depth in our everyday experiences and significance in our intentions.
Cover photo ©Sarah Bork Hamilton
Photo by CJ Legare Photography
Christia Madacsi Hoffman grew up along the banks of the Mystic River in Mystic, Connecticut. A longtime Austin, Texas resident, Hoffman’s work has appeared in the Texas Observer and the annual anthology of the Austin International Poetry Festival. Through her company, CenterLight Media, Hoffman works as a marketing and editorial writer, graphic designer, and actor. Her early career adventures included antique furniture restoration and leading
treks in the high Himalaya.
More: A Virtual Interview with Christia Madacsi Hoffman on the practice of writing, expression and a multi-faceted career, by Cindy Huyser.
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Intent is published by Hedgehog & Fox.
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