Lindsay Soberano-Wilson 

Poetry, Memoir, Creative Non-Fiction, Articles and Essays 

Make Your Heart a Home that You Can Carry

Anywhere and Everywhere.

Casa de mi Corazón: A Travel Journal of Poetry and Memoir explores Soberano-Wilson’s relationship to her culture, tradition, and homeland, while also reflecting on how she internalizes terrorism and antisemitism. For example, the author reflects on the impact that being in Israel in 2004 for Yom Hazikaron (remembrance day) had on her. She also integrates how terrorism impacts Jews in the Diaspora by sharing the tragic story of Marnie Kimelman (1972-1990), a Toronto Jewish youth murdered in Tel Aviv by terrorists. The chapbook is dedicated to her memory and to all victims of terror.


Book Reviews

"Lindsay Soberano-Wilson's Casa de mi Corazon: A Travel Journal of Poetry and Memoir is a beautifully written collection of poems and prose, flirting with place, identity, and the human condition. For those of us who aren't Jewish, we are given a window into realities, carefully crafted and shared with the utmost honesty."

Dwayne Morgan


Scarborough Walk of Fame Inductee