Cynthia Anne Cashman lives in Los Angeles, CA. She was born in Southern Minnesota into a family business of floriculture. There she saw the joy of planting and the bounty of beauty in blooms produced. Observations that developed in her a sense of wonder and awe that kept her grounded for the rest of her life.

She loves the National Parks and Forests of America–they are the essence of her words. She shares the days of beaches, mountain tops, nights of the moon, and stars with her readers.

Walk along with her on a poetic journey through nature with its storms and calms. In metaphors woven to hold the emotions, we both embrace and endure as humans.

Her work is featured in: Nightingale & Sparrow Micropoets: The Top Ten (2019), Renaissance: Nightingale & Sparrow Literary Magazine, Issue No. II  (2019); By Me Poetry: Poetica Volume I, II (2017/2019), Womb: Celebrating Mothers (2018); Her Heart Poetry: The Annual 2017, 2018. She has self-published two books: Circle of Time: A Year of Haiku (July 2020), Days of Sunshine (2017).