Kenyon Review’s Poetry Today series *You can also find my review of Kate Partridge’s beautiful book at the Kenyon Review here!
Andrea Blythe’s Poet Spotlight series
Rebecca Cook’s Women to Watch series
The Chapbook Interview with Laura Madeleine Wiseman about all sorts of chapbook related things
Carpe Noctum chapbook interview on Nicole Ross Rollendar’s beautiful page.
Sundress Blog author interview
Poetic silliness with Fill in the Blanks on Donna Vorreyer’s blog
Rappahannock Review contributor spotlight
Bop Dead City 2nd Annual Flash Poetry Contest Winner Interview
Mini-interview with M. Mack on the SAFTAcast, episode 22A
Full interview on the SAFTAcast, episode 53
Midwestern Gothic contributor spotlight
Sarah is the founder of Poet Camp, a roving residency. (Email email@example.com or click thru for more info!)
The Shakespeare Theater in Washington DC recently hosted her for a one night residency, as part of their Poets are Present program in conjunction with the play, Metromaniacs. They tasked her with writing a response piece (by 9 am the next morning!), which you can read here.
You can read her review of Sandy Longhorn’s Girlhood Book of Prairie Myths on the Collagist website linked HERE.
She has also blogged and reviewed books for School Library Journal and So to Speak.
Her poetry has been featured in George Mason University’s collaborative art exhibit, Call and Response in 2012 (in collaboration with photographer Steven Skowron) and 2014 (in collaboration with photographer Rahshia Sawyer).
Her photo came in third in the Hal Prize and is featured in Peninsula Pulse, 2014.
Her blogs for Sundress Publications can be read here and here.
As a Sally Merton Fellow in the Arlington and Fairfax county school districts, she taught weekly creative writing classes first and second graders and high school students during the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school years.
You can hear her read one of her favorites, Mark Doty’s “A Display of Mackerel” on Lyric Essentials, and read why in her chat with Christopher Petruccelli here.
Her chapbook, Portage, was selected by the editors for publication, after being runner up in Sundress Publications’ annual chapbook competition.
Her chapbook, Field Guide to Alma Avenue and Frew Drive, was selected for publication as a winner of the Essay Press chapbook contest by Krystal Languell.
Six of her poems won Radar Poetry’s Coniston Prize, as judged by Gabrielle Calvocoressi.
Her poem, “I Consider Whether Shipping Your Memory Home Would Be Too Costly” was a finalist for the Jeff Marks Memorial Prize.
Her poem, “Sketching from Life,” was an honorable mention in Shenandoah’s Graybeal-Gowen Prize for Virginia Poets, judged by Juliana Daugherty.
Her poem, “Field Guide,” won the Virginia Downs award, judged by C. Dale Young.
Her poem, “I Consider Whether Shipping Your Memory Home Would Be Too Costly,” was a finalist for the Luminaire Award.
Her poem, “Eighth Ocean Algebra,” was a finalist for the October Prize.
Panels and Workshops:
Panel, “We Join These Fairy Tales Already in Progress,” Pop Culture Association National Convention, 2019, Washington, DC
Panel Chair, “Fairy Tales Reimagined.” Indie Lit Festival, Frostburg State University.
Panel Chair, “Re-imagining the Fairy Tale.” June 2017. AwesomeCon, Washington, DC.
Chapbook Panelist. New Leaves Conference, Spring 2015. George Mason University.
Monsterworks: Hybrid Genres and Revision. Workshop co-facilitated with M. Mack