Today we’re happy to share news about past SR contributor Sarah K. Carey. Sarah has several recent publications.
“Before Landfall” appeared on January 12 2018 of SWWIM Every Day.
“Questions for a Plumber Remodeling” and “Imprinted” are featured in the current December 2017 issue of UCity Review.
“Paris Voices” can be seen in Valparaiso Poetry Review’s Fall/Winter 2017-2018: Volume XIX, Number 1.
Sarah’s “Exotic Taste” appears in issue 18 of Superstition Review which you can learn more about in her Authors Talk here on the blog.
We have some exciting news from past contributor Sarah Carey. Sarah’s poem “Making Soda Focaccia the Day of the Muslim Ban” has been featured as the poem of the day on Rise Up Review. You can read the poem and find out more about Rise Up Review here.
Sarah published a poem titled “Exotic Taste” in issue 18 of Superstition Review. That can be read or listened to here.
Today we are pleased to feature author Sarah Carey as our Authors Talk series contributor. In her podcast, Sarah reveals the background of her piece, “Exotic Taste,” and explains how it acted as a way for her to vent while remodeling her house.
Sarah also discusses her reference to Andrew Marvell’s “On a Drop of Dew,” the double meaning of her title, and the process of writing the poem. She even reveals that “Exotic Taste” was written, revised, submitted, accepted for publication, and published in less than two and a half months! Finally, Sarah concludes by discussing her newfound fascination with “the juxtaposition of old and new, with new materials and new lives really being built on top of these layers of the past,” which is the inspiration for some of her current projects.
You can access Sarah’s piece in Issue 18 of Superstition Review.