Sarah Rebecca Warren
 
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about Sarah

Author photos by  Dickie Hill .

Author photos by Dickie Hill.

Sarah Rebecca Warren is a writer, educator, and musician and lives in Dallas, Texas. Sarah received scholarship to study at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference in 2016, and her writing has appeared in Oklahoma Today, Gravel, Luna Luna, and other journals. Her poems "Anatomy of an Eating Disorder" and "Chimayo Mercado" won first place in the Arcturus Fall 2017 Poetry Contest, adjudicated by Ruben Quesada. Sarah is a regular contributor for World Literature Today. She is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Sarah’s chapbook, Price of Admission, appears in Floodgate Poetry Series Volume 5 (Upper Rubber Boot Books, March 2019).

Stay Thirsty Magazine: Review of Floodgate Poetry Series, Vol. 5

Interview with Chicago Review of Books

View Sarah's Curriculum Vitae

 
 
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WRITING

“Warren’s delivery of place erupts with tradition and sorrow…a distinct quality of Price of Admission is its ability to walk readers around each poem’s specific scene, situating readers into multiple worlds of internal and external significance.”

- Abriana Jetté, Ph.D. for Stay Thirsty Magazine, summer 2019

"The poet wrestles both internally and externally to find acceptance for herself and her body. Yet, there is no safe harbor for the poet in this world; she is "bribed / to tame my body. Good girls are always in control." To enact some kind of discipline with food even in the company of family, she says, "My body. A body. A thing to ribbon like a 4H hog, / and the family agrees: it must be altered, carved up." This poem records the imagination that many of us have about being challenged by the public and personal scrutiny surrounding the beauty of the body. I'm reminded of the inimitable RuPaul, when he proclaims "If you can't love yourself, how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?" The poet desires acceptance and understanding at any cost. Though every reader has their own desire for the attainment of physical beauty this poem may bring us closer to understanding a particular experience." 

- Ruben Quesada for Arcturus, fall 2017

POETRY LINKS

“Anatomy of an Eating Disorder” and “Chimay0 Milagros” (Arcturus, fall 2017)

“Vespers” and “Flower Moon Fugue” (LunaLuna, winter 2017)

“Crossing” and “Diamond” (BlazeVOX, fall 2016)

“Sunday School Lesson” (Hobo Camp Review, fall 2016)

“Introit” and “To Virginia With Love” (Gravel, fall 2015)

Selected INTERVIEWS and BOOK REVIEWS

Joy Harjo’s Mo(u)rning in America (World Literature Today, August 2019)

“Telling it Slant: A Conversation With Marilyn Nelson” (World Literature Today, March 2018)

“One Hundred Hungers By Lauren Camp” (World Literature Today, November 2016)

UPCOMING READINGS

Wednesday, Nov. 14th, 2018 at 7:30 PM - LitNight @ Sandaga 813

This anthology includes work by Sarah Rebecca Warren, as well as a long line of exceptional writers. For more information, please see   Hobo Camp Review  .

This anthology includes work by Sarah Rebecca Warren, as well as a long line of exceptional writers. For more information, please see Hobo Camp Review.

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CONTACT Sarah

 

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