The Poems Are Springing Forth!

Happy spring! We’ve swept away the matzoh crumbs, and it’s raining poems in Sarah land. You can now read “That Poem Looks Like a Typewriter” on As It Ought to Be magazine.

https://asitoughttobemagazine.com/2021/03/31/sarah-carleton-that-cloud-looks-like-a-typewriter/?fbclid=IwAR3cxhOJ2m-OscFsjiY8E2ewMsf7wLS5WDqm5zXfbH3Ynm1F7CJ_xfUfIwg

And you can read “Fortune” on Gyroscope.

https://www.gyroscopereview.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Spring-2021-2-Gyroscope-Review-Web.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1D7LWdHOaFKePq1KR34zCGgp76bG-kR3DT5dZRQ2vpoZBc7DkXuDqWCWM

What’s New in Poetry Land?

2020 in a Nutshell

In 2020, my book, Notes from the Girl Cave, came out… right about when the pandemic hit. We planted a lot of hibiscuses. I wrote some poems and published a few in Verse-Virtual and The Door Is a Jar. I started a poetry reading group—Zoom, of course—with some friends. So far, we’ve read Thomas Lux’s Split Horizon, Vita Nova, by Louise Glück, and The Beauty, by Jane Hirshfield. Our current read is Hold, by Bob Hicok. I love my reading group! 

Welcome, 2021!

2021 is improving already, with a decent man as our president. I have had a few acceptances from Verse-Virtual, Dissonance, and Misfit Magazine. Stay tuned for publication dates! And on February 5, I’ll be reading a single poem as part of Verse-Virtual’s Book Party, so stay tuned for links.