Felicia Sabartinelli is a multi-talented thirty-something that can be best described as a modern-day Renaissance woman. Her resume and list of achievements include many areas, including poetry, playwriting, memoir and personal essay writing, travel & lifestyle writing, mixed media artwork, acting, and media production.
Since a young age, Felicia's life has been centered around the creative arts. It started with a passion for dancing, singing songs, and putting on skits for family and friends. Soon it morphed into writing cathartic & experimental poetry as a means of self-expression. Today, her poetry has been published with national and regional poetry anthologies such as; Fearsome Critters, Lucky Jefferson, The Ocotillo Review, and Allegory Ridge.
Her first taste of publishing came when she was just fourteen when a regional paper published her thoughts (from an essay) about the Columbine Shooting. “That really changed things for me. It was the first time that I realized I had a voice and that I could reach others.” Her published words made it all the way to the White House where Bill Clinton wrote a letter thanking Felicia for her input. “That letter was stolen from me just a few years ago but it still holds a very special place in my heart.”