Sarah Sweeney

December 18th, 2012 § 0 comments

Sarah Sweeney is a stolen breath.

Sarah Sweeney is a stolen breath.

Sarah Sweeney is a native of North Carolina. Her poems and essays can be seen in Rattle, Thrush, Quarterly West, Pank, Cream City Review, and Barrelhouse, among others. She was nominated this year for a Pushcart Prize for her essay “Before Adrian Grenier Got Famous,” which is about stalking.

Sarah is the confessional writer for the January 21 reading.

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